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Frequently Asked Questions

Question:: What happens if a student develops Covid-19 symptoms while at school?

Answer:  Students identified at school who develop any COVID-19 symptoms will be placed in an isolation area separate from staff and other students (e.g., a nurse’s office) and then sent home with a parent our guardian.  Each school site is developing protocols to contend with this specific issue.

Question: Will meal service be provided for remote learners?

Answer: Yes, meals will be provided for remote learners.

Question: Will students who select the remote learning option be allowed to participate in sports and activities?

Answer: Yes, they will be able to particpate in all school activities.

Question: When will Middle School and High School students receive their schedule?

Answer:   Schedules will be available on Powerschool and mailed home the week of August 17-21st.

Question: What will happen if someone in my students class tests positive for Covid-19?

Answer:   The district will work with the county health department to initiate contact tracing. Contact tracing is a process when public health staff work with a COVID-19 patient to help them recall everyone with whom they have had close contact during the time they may have been infectious. Close contacts identified in this process will be instructed to quarantine for 14 days. A close contact is defined as anyone who was within 6ft of an infected person for at least 15 minutes.

Question: Where will students eat lunch?

Answer:   At the moment the plan is for all K-8 students to eat breakfast and lunch in the classroom.  The high school is still developing procedures for meals.

Question: What time will school start?  What about early out days?

Answer:   School will use the normal start and end times, there will be no early dismissals on Wednesdays during the month of September.