COVID-19 DASHBOARD

SAFE RETURN TO SCHOOL INSTRUCTION & CONTINUITY OF SERVICES

* Plan is subject to change at any time pending Board of Education action.

COVID-19 UPDATE

USD 375 ACTIVE CASES & CLOSE CONTACTS

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COVID-19 RESOURCES

HEALTH & SAFETY

MASKS

Masks are optional for all students and staff.

TRANSPORTATION

Based on a federal order from the Health and Human Services and the CDC, masks are required on all school transportation which includes school busses. 

SOCIAL DISTANCING

Where possible, social distancing practices will be utilized. Considerations will be made for cohorts or pods if needed. Complete social distancing with all students in person is impossible within our district schools.

HAND-WASHING & RESPIRATORY ETIQUETTE

Hand-washing and respiratory etiquette will continue to be taught to students with emphasis and practice protocols rehearsed more frequently in the primary grade levels. In addition, hand sanitizing stations and liquids will continue to be made available for use in all classrooms.

CLEANING

Custodial staff have been and will continue to follow specific cleaning protocols and procedures. Our district will continue to use cleaning solutions that are rated to eliminate the COVID-19 virus.

DIAGNOSTIC & SCREENING TESTING

Students, staff, and community members can access COVID-19 diagnostic or screening tests through a variety of community partners. Staff will monitor and advise that students and staff seek medical services as appropriate.

Our district will offer diagnostic testing for COVID-19 upon parent request.

CONTINUITY OF SERVICES

STUDENT MEALS

Free meals will be made available for all eligible youth during the 2021-2022 school year.

REMOTE LEARNING

Remote learning is online instruction using video/audio of the live classroom and teacher.  

Remote learning will not be an option unless considered a circumstantial need by administration and approved by the Board of Education.  In the case of isolation and/or quarantine, the student will continue to receive assignments, etc. as normal in previous years.  HB 2134 states a student can only utilize remote learning for up to 40 hours of instruction unless otherwise approved by the Board of Education.

If students want to attend remote full time, a virtual learning option is available through ORION educational service center


AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

At this time, there are no restrictions on visitors to schools or activities.

When visiting other schools for activities, we will follow their current county & school guidelines.

ACCOMMODATIONS

Our district will provide reasonable, necessary, and appropriate accommodations to its policies and practices for students with disabilities as determined by individual student needs and in accordance with an individual’s documented accommodations and/or individualized education plan (IEP). Parents or guardians of students requiring accommodations should contact the applicable building administrator(s) to request information on plans for students with disabilities.