Social distancing/PPE/Facecoverings

Social distancing

District level

  • Upon entering all buildings, general expectations will be posted.

Elementary School

  • Tape and floor mats will mark traffic flow and where to stay and/or stand.
  • Cafeteria stools will be marked with tape indicating which ones can be used.
  • If students receive meals in the cafeteria, there will be designated places to stand and signage indicating which direction to move.
  • Administrators, with the assistance of custodial staff, will place traffic flow markers on the hallway floors prior to school opening.
  • Desks will be placed at least six feet apart in classrooms and, at least twelve feet apart in band, choir and gymnasiums.
  • Students must wear masks while passing classes and are expected to wear masks while in classrooms.

Jr./Sr. High School

  • Tape and floor mats will mark traffic flow and where to stay and/or stand.
  • Administrators, with the assistance of custodial staff, will place traffic flow markers on the hallway floors prior to school opening. 
  • Desks will be placed at least six feet apart in classrooms and, at least twelve feet apart in band, choir and gymnasiums.
  • Students must wear masks while passing classes and are expected to wear masks while in classrooms.

 PPE and Face Coverings: 

District level

  • The district has purchased disposable masks and gloves that will be supplied as needed to students and staff. This purchase will occur monthly until no longer needed.

Elementary School

  • Administrators will take their own temperature upon entering the building, daily.  Administrators will then take the temperature of the teacher aides as they arrive.
  • Directed teacher aides will pick up gloves, masks and a non-contact thermometer from the office every morning before attending to their stations, whether that is on a bus or at the entrance to the building.
  • Before entering the building, all students and staff will be required to wear a mask. If students do not have a mask, they will be provided one by the teacher aide at the entrance. If they refuse to wear a mask, they will be directed to participate in remote learning at their own residence. Upon entry to a bus or the school building, designated teacher aides will take temperatures of students entering.
  • All teacher aides will return unused masks and gloves to the main office at the end of their directed time.
  • Office secretaries will notify the School Business Manager when supplies begin to dwindle, so that additional supplies can be procured. 
  • Students will be able to remove face coverings, while they are in a classroom, during instruction, while maintaining six feet of social distance, and while seated six feet apart in the cafeteria during meals.

Jr./Sr. High School

  • Administrators will take their own temperature upon entering the building daily. Administrators will take the temperature of the teacher aides as they arrive.
  • Directed teacher aides will pick up gloves, masks and a non-contact thermometer from the office every morning before attending to their stations, whether that is on a bus or at the entrance to the building.
  • Before entering the building, all students and staff will be required to wear a mask.  If students do not have a mask, one will be provided by the teacher aide at that entrance. If they refuse to wear a mask, they will be directed to participate in remote learning at their own residence. Upon entry, to a bus or the school building, designated teacher aides will take temperatures of  students entering.
  • All teacher aides will return all unused masks and gloves to the main office at the end of their directed time.
  • Office secretaries will notify the School Business Manager when supplies begin to dwindle, so that additional supplies can be procured. 
  • Students will be able to remove face coverings, while they are in a classroom, during instruction, while maintaining six feet of social distance, and while seated six feet apart in the cafeteria during meals.