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USD307 Reopening Plan Outline

June 22, 2021

USD 307 Reopening Plan 2021-2022

It should be understood that we cannot eliminate the possibility of students contracting COVID19. It is our goal to lower the risk for our students and staff as much as possible. There is a risk of contracting COVID-19 at school and school related activities. USD 307 will work to reduce this risk. Administration may temporarily change the operational plans based on the most recent local, county and state data and recommendations of the Saline County Health Department, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, the Kansas State Department of Education. The Board of Education will review and make final decision on any temporary changes at its next regular board meeting.

 

SANITATION PROCEDURES

  • Screening Questions and Temperatures will be taken of all staff and students who report feeling ill.
  • Mask are optional for all students and staff.
  • Students and staff should use hand sanitizer upon entering the building. Students and staff should wash their hands or use hand sanitizer every hour during the school day.
  • Students will clean their desk/table area at the end of each class period.
  • Students will be spaced out as much as possible during classes.
  • Common areas and “high touch” areas in the building will be cleaned regularly during the day.

 

TRANSPORTATION

  • Siblings will sit together on the bus.
  • Students will have assigned seats on the bus.
  • Masks will be required for all students while riding the bus. (Per Federal Order)
  • Masks will be optional for staff driving in a school vehicle with no other passengers (per Federal Order)

 

TEACHING PLATFORMS:

On-Site Learning:

We will have On-Site Learning with all students and teachers. Hybrid and Remote Learning will not be available to students and staff for the 21-22 School Year. These options may be revisited by the Board of Education based on the local, county and state data.

 

FOOD SERVICE

  • Students will have assigned seats for breakfast and lunch.
  • Students will be spaced out as much as possible.
  • Additional Lunch periods may be added to enable social distancing during lunch.

 

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES KSHSAA

Guidelines/Recommendations will be followed.

These Guidelines are subject to change based on the needs of the district, current health trends and KDHE, KSDE, and Saline County Recommendations.

Updated 9-13-21

 

OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR 2021-2022

USD 307 ELL-SALINE

MASKS

  • Optional for students and staff

 

QUARANTINE

  • If a student or staff member is ill, they must quarantine for 10 days unless they provide proof of a negative COVID PCR test.
  • If a student or staff member is considered a Close Contact:
    • Close Contact is someone who was within six feet for ten minutes or more to a Positive Person who was not wearing a mask.

 

  1. If the Close Contact has tested positive with COVID in the past six months:
    • Show proof of a positive COVID PCR Test and the Close Contact may continue in school and activities while monitoring for symptoms.
  2. If the Close Contact is fully vaccinated:
    • Show proof of vaccination (vaccination card) and the Close Contact may continue in school and activities while monitoring for symptoms.
  3. If NOT vaccinated and have NOT had COVID during the past six months:
    • Get NEGATIVE rapid test each day for 10 days and wear a mask during school each day for 10 days then the Close Contact may stay in school while monitoring for symptoms. The Negative test must be taken after 3 p.m. the day before returning.
  4. If two students are fully and appropriately masked during close contact and one student contracts COVID, the student who was a close contact does not have to quarantine and may remain in school while monitoring symptoms.
  5. Choose to isolate at home for 10 days.
    • Cannot attend school or participate in school activities for 10 days. Homework will be sent home.

 

Click on the following for the USD307 Reopening Plan 2021-2022 for a PDF version of the document

 

USD 307 Reopening Plan Outline

 


CALENDAR

August 11th

Teachers Report to Work

August 11th – 17th

Work Days and Professional Development

August 18th

First Day of School for Students

 

It should be understood that we cannot eliminate the possibility of students contracting COVID19. It is our goal to lower the risk for our students and staff as much as possible. There is a risk of contracting COVID-19 at school and school related activities. USD 307 will work to reduce this risk. Administration may temporarily change the operational plans based on the most recent local, county and state data and recommendations of the Saline County Health Department, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, the Kansas State Department of Education. The Board of Education will review and make final decision on any temporary changes at its next regular board meeting.

 

 

SANITATION PROCEDURES

Screening Questions and Temperatures will be taken of all staff and students who report feeling ill.

Mask are optional for all students and staff.

Students and staff should use hand sanitizer upon entering the building. Students and staff should wash their hands or use hand sanitizer every hour during the school day.

Students will clean their desk/table area at the end of each class period.

Students will be spaced out as much as possible during classes.

Common areas and “high touch” areas in the building will be cleaned regularly during the day.

 

TRANSPORTATION

Siblings will sit together on the bus.

Students will have assigned seats on the bus.

Masks will be required for all students and staff while riding the bus. (Per Federal Order)

         Masks will be optional for staff driving in a school vehicle with no other passengers (per          Federal Order)

 

TEACHING PLATFORMS:

On-Site Learning:

We will have On-Site Learning with all students and teachers. Hybrid and Remote Learning will not be available to students and staff for the 21-22 School Year. These options may be revisited by the Board of Education based on the local, county and state data.

 

FOOD SERVICE


Students will have assigned seats for breakfast and lunch.

Students will be spaced out as much as possible.

Additional Lunch periods may be added to enable social distancing during lunch.

 

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES


KSHSAA Guidelines/Recommendations will be followed.

 

Click on the following USD 307 Reopening Plan Outline for a PDF version of the document

 

*Revised 8/9/2021 

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