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A Response Phase Plan Outline for Covid-19

During these extraordinary times it’s difficult to express the depths of concern and desire for certainty in an original way. We are committed to the safest return to school as possible, allowing for a responsive, creative, rigorous, faith-filled education.

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Our mission remains the same today, however, during these unprecedented times, our primary concern is the wellbeing of our students, employees, and our families. In order to balance our commitment to providing a nurturing environment with the need to return to school safely, some modifications for Fall 2020 have been made in addition to the implementation of the school’s COVID-19 procedures. This is an ever-changing situation, and we will continue to keep an open dialogue.

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Level red

High Risk

A soft school closure will occur under this level of risk. See our outline and plan of action below

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Level orange

Moderate Risk

School will be in session under this level of risk, with some protocols in place for you and your family’s safety

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Level yellow

Low Risk

School will be in session under this level of risk, with some procedures in place for you and your family’s safety

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Level green

New Normal Risk

School will be almost fully in session, but with heavy considerations for you and your family’s safety

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Level red

High Risk Plan of Action

Delivery of curriculum will be done by remote instruction

  • Google Classroom for K-8 consistent communication and organization for core and short core teachers. For example, a Third Grade Classroom where all core and short core teachers will post resources and assignments.
  • Consistent, standardized Toddler, PS and PK communication and organization.
  • Schedule focused live and recorded instruction for all homeroom teachers.
  • Schedule small group live instruction by homeroom and aided by other faculty members.
  • Develop a plan/resources for spiritual/social emotional for all stakeholders.
  • Set expectations for faculty checking in with students.
  • Grade levels assigned time frames for live sessions.
  • Short core teacher expectations set and communicated to all.
  • Daily attendance policy implemented and communicated, such as attending live or answering question of the day.
  • Offer virtual parent check in time.
  • Parent and student training for remote platforms.
  • Develop behavior/engagement expectations for students and faculty for live and recorded instruction.
  • Procure resources needed to meet expectations, such as streaming subscriptions.
  • Grab and Go days scheduled, which include Book Bags for K – 3.
  • Develop a consistent system to communicate and facilitate the use of multiple log-ins, passwords, and program access.
  • Necessary professional development and peer support provided for teachers.
  • Virtual Parent/Teacher Conferences will be scheduled.
  • Benchmark assessments of literacy skills and reading levels to be
    offered K – 5.
  • Regular teacher and administration reflection upon the engagement, purpose and effectiveness of curriculum, instruction and assessment.
  • The Principal will ‘visit’ each Google Classroom on a regular basis.

Only Authorized Personnel In School Facility

Only the principal, faculty and staff will be allowed into the building. Physical distancing, masks, hand hygiene, and symptom checks required. Limited number of employees in any one space.

Office will be modified to limit traffic and exposure risks.

Maintenance and Cleaning

  • Cleaning of bathrooms and high contact areas will be regularly scheduled during the school day.
  • Daily Cleaning of student desks, furniture and equipment.
  • Cleaning procedures and training are a high priority for all staff members.
  • Monitor and procure needed resources and staff for effective cleaning.

  • Ensure optimum ventilation in all areas.

  • Employ mist sanitizer in all spaces outside of school hours.

Fostering Community and Communication

  • Consistent, purposeful communication to be maintained by faculty and administration.
  • Continue to evaluate the traditions and expectations of our school community making adaptations for COVID protocols
  • Be purposeful in including all stakeholders, virtual and in person, in community and communication.
  • Communicate an expectation that stakeholders maintain public health protocols outside of the school building as well.
  • Daily faculty prayer/meeting for checking in
  • Use of social media and website

Maintaining Catholic Identity

  • Mass as frequently as possible, in smaller class groups.

  • For family activities, prayer services, retreats, etc., modifications will be determined to provide for activities while limiting group size.

  • Class prayer services/blessings provided when Mass isn’t available.
  • Work to include all virtual learners in our traditions and activities associated with Catholic Identity.

Technology needs for Students, our School, and our Faculty

  • Procure necessary recording equipment and training to meet the Level Orange guidelines, middle school needs and to provide online learning opportunities.

  • Provide a schedule and means to access Tech Support.
  • Assess and address, as fully as possible, the technology needs of all stakeholders.
Level Orange

Moderate Risk Plan of Action

Delivery of curriculum

Develop a plan/resources for spiritual/social emotional for all stakeholders, in whichever mode of delivery.

remote instruction

Full remote instruction of Level Red will not be provided, unless a temporary closure is ordered by the health department.

In Person Instruction with COVID Protocols

  • Google Classroom will be utilized for all students (K-8), with training for students and parents.

  • Classroom groupings will not exceed 20 students.

  • Friday dismissal at 12:15, for enhanced cleaning and preparation.

  • Early Childhood (Toddler, Preschool, Pre-K) returns to pre-COVID schedules, classrooms and teachers. Focus on in person best practices for instruction and COVID protocols. Limited online learning opportunities for Pre-K students who are home. Sanitizing between morning and afternoon groups.

  • Kindergarten – 2nd grade returns to pre-COVID schedules, classrooms and teachers. Focus on in person best practices for instruction and COVID protocols. Establish technology and planning for providing appropriate and reasonable simultaneous instruction.

  • Grades 3, 4 and 5: All students return with class splits using their classroom for half the class, with the other half in either the art room, the library or the Vaughan Center. Classroom teachers will work with designated partner teachers to provide live instruction to both groups. Teachers will move between groups. For example, Ms. Sebahar could teach math to one group while a partner teacher is teaching Language Arts and then they switch rooms. This limits loss of instructional time and the classroom teacher will see all of their students everyday. Technology, planning and personnel established to provide appropriate and reasonable simultaneous instruction.

  • Middle School Grades 6, 7 and 8: This is a hybrid model of in person and virtual attendance. Students will participate in half class groups, two days a week in person instruction and 2 days a week via recorded or virtual attendance. Every other Friday one of the groups would attend in person and one virtually. Students will be separated into two groups by last name. On Monday and Tuesday the A-L group will attend in person, and the M-Z group will attend via recorded and/or live virtual attendance. On Wednesday and Thursday the M – Z group will attend in person and the A-L group will attend via recorded and/or live virtual attendance. Students who participate in a live zoom with an in person class will be expected to be in uniform. If a middle school student does not attend any in person instruction they may participate in all virtual opportunities during the week. A class google form will be sent out August 3 – 7 asking, if a student will be attending in person instruction. If a student wants to change from all virtual instruction to joining their in person group we ask for 48 hours notice.
  • Short Core classes scheduled for all grade levels.

Online Learning Opportunities For PK - 5

  • Defined: If in person instruction is provided, yet students are not attending on campus for extended periods of time, online learning opportunities will be offered.
  • The full commitment to remote learning of Level Red will inspire our online learning opportunities. However, the scheduling and routine of Level Red must be modified if teachers are providing in person instruction.
  • Recording key direct instruction and possible live ‘joining’ of classes will be pursued
  • During an online learning opportunity at home students who ‘join’ a class will be expected to be in uniform.
  • Online learning opportunity liaisons for grade level groups will be provided, to facilitate a student check in during the school day.
  • A class google form will be sent out August 3-7 for parents to inform the school if their student(s) will be participating in person. If a student is participating in the online learning opportunities we ask for 48 hours notice to begin in person instruction.

Schools in Session Protocols and Procedures

Training and guidance will be provided to faculty and students to support risk mitigation. The first week of school will have a modified schedule for preparation and practice of these protocols.

Cohorting, Physical Distancing, PPE, Hand Hygiene and more

  • Classroom cohorting (keeping students together in identifiable groups to limit exposures) will be a primary consideration in planning and scheduling.

  • Students should be seated as far apart as reasonably possible. Removal of small group tables and carpet gathering spaces may be temporarily necessary.

  • Sharing of supplies will be minimized, with cleaning and lapsed time used when they have been shared.

  • Post physical distancing, directional movement and hand hygiene reminders throughout the campus.

  • Limit number of students in the bathroom at one time. Explicit review of hand hygiene and best bathroom behaviors.

  • Minimize overlap time in hallways and common spaces, avoiding congregating in the hallway.

  • Hand sanitizer will be available at entrances, and common spaces.

  • Students bring water bottles, no water fountain use, only water bottle refill or disposable cups.

  • Face coverings required of all faculty, staff and students (PS-8) when physical distancing can not be maintained. School will provide one mask and lanyard. Students should have an extra mask in their backpack. If a mask is deemed inappropriate, distracting or ineffective a disposable mask will be provided to the student.

  • Opportunities for mask breaks will be arranged, use of outdoor spaces, a visit to a Social Center ‘classroom’ set up for maximum physical spacing.

Drop off/Pick up Procedures

*** For everyone’s protection, please keep your child at home if they are sick! Do not dose with over the counter medicine and try to “tough it out”

  • Entrance and exit to the building will be designated to limit exposures and facilitate symptom/temperature checks.

  • Possible staggering of drop offs and pick up schedule based on family last name to limit exposures and facilitate symptom checks.

  • Doors propped open during entrance to the school at the beginning of the day and again at the end of the day to eliminate contact with surfaces.

  • Temperature check for all faculty/staff/students/volunteers upon entering the building and the temperature must be under 100.4.

Extended Day Program

Phase response plans, developed by Mrs. Cleverly, will mirror standards instituted by the school. We know many of our families depend on EDP. More details of how and what we can safely provide from EDP will be available by August 3.

Visitors and Volunteers

  • Office modified to limit traffic and exposure risks.

  • Visitor and volunteer access will be limited.

  • Establish a location outside the main office doors for drop off/pick up of items during the school day.

Back-Up Staffing Plan

  • Back up staffing/substitutes will be trained in COVID protocols.
  • When possible designate non-homeroom staff as first back up for homeroom teachers, provide training in online platforms.
  • Establish and maintain an adequate substitute list.

Symptomaic/Sick Students or Staff

  • Office modified to limit traffic and exposure risks.

  • During the school day, anyone with a temperature 100.4 or greater will be isolated or sent home immediately.

  • Students with symptoms such as cough, sore throat, fast breathing, abdominal pain, congestion, diarrhea, rash, bloodshot eyes or excessive fatigue will be sent to the office to be evaluated and parents contacted.

  • Any student or staff member with a temperature of 100.4 is expected to contact their doctor and to determine if a COVID-19 test is needed.

  • Any student or staff member testing positive for COVID-19 must quarantine as directed by the Utah Department of Health.

  • Any family or staff member’s family who has been ordered to quarantine must notify the school.

  • Designate area and protocol for non-COVID medical needs and teachers manage minor injuries/first aid in the classroom.

  • Utah Department of Health guidelines will be followed for notifications and quarantines.

  • If a person believes they have had close contact to someone with COVID-19, but they are not sick, they should watch their health for COVID-19 symptoms during the 14 days after the last day they were in close contact with the person sick with COVID-19. They should not go to work, child care, school, or public places for 14 days.

  • A staff member or student who had signs of suspected or confirmed COVID-19 can return to school when: They have been fever-free (with no fever reducing meds), and symptoms have improved for at least 72 hours AND it has been at least 10 days since you first got sick. OR it has been at least 72 hours since recovery and a health care provider has certified that they do not have suspected or confirmed COVID-19.

Activity Protocols

Mass: More than one Mass may be provided during the week. A rotating Mass schedule TBD, initially not including K and Safety protocols will be maintained at Mass. No dress uniform required.

Recess: Scheduling of recess spaces to support cohorting of classes and limit exposure. Provide strategies to limit close contact and extended exposures. Hand hygiene protocols at the beginning and end of recess.

Power Hour: To begin in September with an adjusted schedule and execution to support cohorting and limit exposures.

Short Core:
PE-outdoor spaces and distanced activities prioritized, changing into PE clothes suspended
Music- focus on curriculum, instruction and instruments which mitigates risk of transmission, employ hand hygiene protocols.
Choir- face coverings will be required, utilize choir loft and/or social center for space and superior air circulation system, maintain a minimum of 6 feet of distancing.
‘Art on a Cart’ pushing into classrooms. Focus on projects using personal supplies or those that can be effectively cleaned. Hand hygiene protocols.
Computer- Scheduling to guarantee time for cleaning between classes. Hand hygiene protocols. Initial focus on skills which support possible remote instruction.
Library- Library core content delivered in classrooms. A check out system TBD.
Latin- Continue in class instruction to smaller class groupings. Violin- Continue in class instruction to smaller class groupings.

Lunch: schedules and location altered to support physical distancing. Employ hand hygiene protocols.

Homework Club: Will not be considered at this time.

Maintenance and Cleaning

  • The building will be deep cleaned throughout. Special emphasis will be placed on all contact services.

  • Procure needed items for cleaning and hygiene protocols.
  • Schedule cleaning protocols of high touch surfaces and bathrooms.

Fostering Community and Communication

  • Administration and teachers may be reached via Google Classroom and email. Best effort will be made to answer emails received before 4 pm the same day. Emails received after 4 pm will be answered before 4 pm of the next day.

  • The administration will check phone messages daily, prioritize and respond in a timely manner.

  • A Principal’s Message will be sent out each Monday.

  • The Principal will regularly post messages in each Google Classroom.

  • Social media will be updated regularly.

  • New family mentoring program adapted and maintained.

  • Resources and experiences provided to encourage connection–consider smaller group/grade level bands- Zooms, Drive and Waves, Picnics, Drive in socials….

  • Regularly scheduled faculty prayer and meetings.

  • Virtual meetings of HSA and School Board.

  • Virtual School Family Activity (8th – K)

Maintaining Catholic Identity

  • Prayer and religion curriculum will continue within Google classroom.
  • Special effort given to faith traditions of our community and the Church calendar.
  • Prayers will be conducted daily with students.

  • Virtual Sunday Mass link shared weekly.

Technology needs for Students, our School, and our Faculty

  • Assess and monitor the remote learning technology needs for all stakeholders.

  • Diligently work to meet the identified needs.

  • Provide a schedule and means to access Tech Support.

Level Yellow

Low Risk Plan of Action

Delivery of curriculum

Develop a plan/resources for spiritual/social emotional for all stakeholders, in whichever mode of delivery.

remote instruction

Full remote instruction of Level Red will not be provided, unless a temporary closure is ordered by the health department.

In Person Instruction with COVID Protocols

Google Classroom will be utilized for all students (K-8), with training for students and parents.

Friday dismissal at 12:15, for enhanced cleaning and preparation.

Early Childhood (Toddler, Preschool, Pre-K) returns to pre-COVID schedules, classrooms and teachers. Focus on in person best practices for instruction and COVID protocols. Limited online learning opportunities for Pre-K students who are home. Sanitizing between morning and afternoon groups.

Kindergarten – 2nd grade returns to pre-COVID schedules, classrooms and teachers. Focus on in person best practices for instruction and COVID protocols. Establish technology and planning for providing appropriate and reasonable simultaneous instruction.

Grades 3, 4 and 5: All students return with one whole class using the Social Center, with adequate social distancing. Two other classes will be split between their classrooms and the library and the other now open classroom. The two split classes will work with designated partner teachers to provide live instruction to both groups. Teachers will move between groups. For example, Ms. Sebahar could teach math to one group while a partner teacher is teaching Language Arts and then they switch rooms. This limits loss of instructional time and the classroom teacher will see all of their students everyday. Technology, planning and personnel established to provide appropriate and reasonable simultaneous instruction.

Middle School Grades 6, 7 and 8: All students return to campus. In order to provide reasonable social distancing the 6th grade moves to the larger Vaughan Center space for the whole group. The seventh grade will split between their classroom and the Art room. Eighth grade will split between their room and the 6th grade classroom. Seventh and eighth grade teachers will live stream into the other classrooms which will have a partner teacher present to support the students.

If a middle school student does not attend any in person instruction they may participate in all streaming throughout the week. A class google form will be sent out August 3 – 7 asking, if a student will be attending in person instruction. If a student wants to change from streaming only to joining their in person group we ask for 48 hours notice.

Short Core classes scheduled for all grade levels.

Online Learning Opportunities For PK - 5

  • Defined: If in person instruction is provided, yet students are not attending on campus for extended periods of time, online learning opportunities will be offered.

  • The full commitment to remote learning of Level Red will inspire the online learning opportunities. However, the scheduling and routine of Level Red must be modified if teachers are providing in person instruction.

  • Recording key direct instruction and possible live ‘joining’ of classes will be pursued

  • During online learning opportunities at home students who ‘join’ a class will be expected to be in uniform.

  • Online learning opportunity liaisons for grade level groups will be provided, to facilitate a student check in during the school day.

  • A class google form will be sent out August 3-7 for parents to inform the school if their student(s) will be participating in person. If a student is participating in online learning opportunities only we ask for 48 hours notice to begin in person instruction.

Schools in Session Protocols and Procedures

Training and guidance will be provided to faculty and students to support risk mitigation. The first week of school will have a modified schedule for preparation and practice of these protocols.

Cohorting, Physical Distancing, PPE, Hand Hygiene and more

  • Classroom cohorting (keeping students together in identifiable groups to limit exposures) will be a primary consideration in planning and scheduling.
  • Students should be seated as far apart as reasonably possible. Removal of small group tables and carpet gathering spaces may be temporarily necessary.
  • Sharing of supplies will be minimized, with cleaning and lapsed time used when they have been shared.
  • Post physical distancing, directional movement and hand hygiene reminders throughout the campus.
  • Limit number of students in the bathroom at one time. Explicit review of hand hygiene and best bathroom behaviors.
  • Minimize overlap time in hallways and common spaces, avoiding congregating in the hallway.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available at entrances, and common spaces.
  • Students bring water bottles, no water fountain use, only water bottle refill or disposable cups.
  • Face coverings required of all faculty, staff and students (PS – 8) when physical distancing can not be maintained. School will provide one mask and lanyard. Students should have an extra mask in their backpack. If a mask is deemed inappropriate, distracting or ineffective a disposable mask will be provided to the student.
  • Opportunities for mask breaks will be arranged primarily using outdoor spaces and the gym.

Drop off/Pick up Procedures

*** For everyone’s protection, please keep your child at home if they are sick! Do not dose with over the counter medicine and try to “tough it out”

  • Entrance and exit to the building will be designated to limit exposures and facilitate symptom/temperature checks.

  • Possible staggering of drop offs and pick up schedule based on family last name to limit exposures and facilitate symptom checks.

  • Doors propped open during entrance to the school at the beginning of the day and again at the end of the day to eliminate contact with surfaces.

  • Temperature check for all faculty/staff/students/volunteers upon entering the building and the temperature must be under 100.4.

Extended Day Program

Phase response plans, developed by Mrs. Cleverly, will mirror standards instituted by the school. We know many of our families depend on EDP. More details of how and what we can safely provide from EDP will be available by August 3.

Visitors and Volunteers

  • Office modified to limit traffic and exposure risks.

  • Visitor and volunteer access will be limited.

  • Establish a location outside the main office doors for drop off/pick up of items during the school day.

Back-Up Staffing Plan

  • Back up staffing/substitutes will be trained in COVID protocols.
  • When possible designate non-homeroom staff as first back up for homeroom teachers, provide training in online platforms.
  • Establish and maintain an adequate substitute list.

Symptomaic/Sick Students or Staff

  • Office modified to limit traffic and exposure risks.

  • During the school day, anyone with a temperature 100.4 or greater will be isolated or sent home immediately.

  • Students with symptoms such as cough, sore throat, fast breathing, abdominal pain, congestion, diarrhea, rash, bloodshot eyes or excessive fatigue will be sent to the office to be evaluated and parents contacted.

  • Any student or staff member with a temperature of 100.4 is expected to contact their doctor and to determine if a COVID-19 test is needed.

  • Any student or staff member testing positive for COVID-19 must quarantine as directed by the Utah Department of Health.

  • Any family or staff member’s family who has been ordered to quarantine must notify the school.

  • Designate area and protocol for non-COVID medical needs and teachers manage minor injuries/first aid in the classroom.

  • Utah Department of Health guidelines will be followed for notifications and quarantines.

  • If a person believes they have had close contact to someone with COVID-19, but they are not sick, they should watch their health for COVID-19 symptoms during the 14 days after the last day they were in close contact with the person sick with COVID-19. They should not go to work, child care, school, or public places for 14 days.

  • A staff member or student who had signs of suspected or confirmed COVID-19 can return to school when: They have been fever-free (with no fever reducing meds), and symptoms have improved for at least 72 hours AND it has been at least 10 days since you first got sick. OR it has been at least 72 hours since recovery and a health care provider has certified that they do not have suspected or confirmed COVID-19.

Activity Protocols

Mass: Limited to two classes at a time. More than one Mass may be provided during the week. A rotating Mass schedule TBD, initially not including K and 1. Safety protocols will be maintained at Mass.

Recess: Scheduling of recess spaces to support cohorting of classes and limit exposure. Provide strategies to limit close contact and extended exposures. Hand hygiene protocols at the beginning and end of recess.

Power Hour: Adjust schedule and execution to support cohorting and limit exposures.

Short Core:
PE-outdoor spaces and distanced activities prioritized, changing into PE clothes suspended
Music- focus on curriculum, instruction and instruments which mitigates risk of transmission, hand hygiene protocols.
Choir- face coverings will be required, utilize choir loft and/or social center for space and superior air circulation system, maintain a minimum of 6 feet of distancing.
‘Art on a Cart’ pushing into classrooms. Focus on projects using personal supplies or those that can be effectively cleaned. Hand hygiene protocols.
Computer- Scheduling to guarantee time for cleaning between classes. Hand hygiene protocols. Initial focus on skills which support possible remote instruction.
Library- Library core content delivered in classrooms. A check out system TBD.
Latin- Continue in class instruction to smaller class groupings. Violin- Continue in class instruction to smaller class groupings.

Lunch: schedules and location altered to support physical distancing. Employ hand hygiene protocols.

Homework Club: Will not be considered at this time.

Maintenance and Cleaning

  • Cleaning of bathrooms and high contact areas will be regularly scheduled during the school day.
  • Daily Cleaning of student desks, furniture and equipment.
  • Cleaning procedures and training are a high priority for all staff members.
  • Monitor and procure needed resources and staff for effective cleaning.

  • Ensure optimum ventilation in all areas.

  • Employ mist sanitizer in all spaces outside of school hours.

Fostering Community and Communication

  • Consistent, purposeful communication to be maintained by faculty and administration.
  • Continue to evaluate the traditions and expectations of our school community making adaptations for COVID protocols
  • Be purposeful in including online learners in community and communication.
  • Communicate an expectation that stakeholders maintain public health protocols outside of the school building as well.

  • Daily faculty prayer/meeting for checking in

  • Use of social media and website

Maintaining Catholic Identity

  • Mass as frequently as possible, in smaller class groups.

  • For family activities, prayer services, retreats, etc., modifications and a schedule will be determined to provide for activities while accommodating social distancing.

  • Class prayer services/blessings provided when Mass isn’t available.
  • Work to include at home students in our traditions and activities associated with Catholic Identity.

Technology needs for Students, our School, and our Faculty

  • Procure necessary recording equipment and training for the middle school classes and online learning opportunities throughout the school.

  • Assess and address, as fully as possible, the technology needs of all stakeholders.
  • Provide a schedule and means to access Tech Support.
Level Green

New Normal Plan of Action

Delivery of curriculum

  • Teachers will deliver instruction in the classroom.

  • Google Classroom will be maintained and with enough frequency to maintain the skill and ease any return to online/remote learning.

  • Online learning opportunities, as defined in Level Orange, will be offered for those students at high risk.

Schools in Session Protocols and Procedures

At this point the protocols of Level Yellow would be evaluated in light of current recommendations.

Maintenance and Cleaning

Same as Level Yellow protocol

  • Cleaning of bathrooms and high contact areas will be regularly scheduled during the school day.
  • Daily Cleaning of student desks, furniture and equipment.
  • Cleaning procedures and training are a high priority for all staff members.
  • Monitor and procure needed resources and staff for effective cleaning.

  • Ensure optimum ventilation in all areas.

  • Employ mist sanitizer in all spaces outside of school hours.

Fostering Community and Communication

Continue to be informed by previous level plans and adapt as able.

Maintaining Catholic Identity

Continue to be informed by previous level plans and adapt as able.

Technology needs for Students, our School, and our Faculty

Continue to be informed by previous level plans and adapt as able.

Special Considerations

Short-Term School Facility Closure

Closure ordered by the Health Department

  • Use protocols for red or orange based upon health department recommendations

  • Shift curriculum delivery to remote learning.

  • Cleaning protocols in place for a return to school.

  • Active communication to all stakeholders

Events, activities, and sports

Meet the Teacher, before school starts
Offer at least a day and provide a schedule, by family last name.
Face coverings required, hand sanitizer available throughout the school, encourage physical distancing.

Back to School Night
Teachers provide a B to S video, then host live zoom sessions for questions.
Create schedule for the live zoom sessions to support families with multiple students.

Events, activities, and sports

Fundraising/Development
All events and efforts are being evaluated for alternative options which meet public health protocols.

Sports
TBD by diocesan decision and guidelines.
If practices occur, temperatures will be taken and the focus will be on skills to avoid personal contact.

Theater and Band
Program leaders will proceed after an evaluation of their activity and safety protocols leading to plans.
Programs will communicate their plan with administration and participants.