COVID - 19
Policies, Procedures, and FAQs

Arrival and Dismissal Procedures

Arrival for Staff

  • Faculty and Staff must have their temperature checked daily when they enter the building.

    • Lower School: Front Office

    • MGA: Nurse

 

Students

  • Student temperatures will be taken upon arrival before they enter the building. Students with temperatures above 99.9 degrees will be sent home for a period of no less than 24 hours. 


 

Social Distancing Measures 

 

  • Entrances and exits during arrival and dismissal will be appropriately marked to allow for proper social distancing. 

  • Students may have a desk barrier at family’s request

  • During transitions, students will follow floor markings in order to keep a safe distance from each other while traveling throughout the building. 

Mask Policy

All students must wear masks while indoors with the exception of lunch, recess, and P.E. where masks may be removed. However, students must wear masks if they cannot maintain 3 feet of distance or contact activities are being played.

 

Additionally, families may request a plexiglass barrier for their student's work area if desired. Once you find out your teacher's name, please email them your request. 

 

All staff must wear masks whenever they are in the presence of students or colleagues

Daily Health Screenings & Symptom Monitoring: 

  • All students and staff who report on-campus must self-monitor their symptoms at home.Staff and students may not come to school if they are experiencing any COVID19 symptoms including, but not limited to:

 

  • fever or chills, 

  • cough,

  • shortness of breath or difficulty breathing,

  • fatigue, 

  • muscle or body aches,

  • headache,

  • loss of taste or smell, 

  • sore throat, 

  • congestion or runny nose, 

  • nausea or vomiting, and/or 

  • diarrhea. 

  • Staff and students are not permitted to come to school if they have come in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 10 days.

FAQs

What happens if my child displays symptoms of COVID-19 or has been exposed to someone who has displayed symptoms?

  • If an employee or student becomes ill on campus/district, he/she will immediately report to the Isolation room and the case form will be completed.

 

  • Once the employee or student arrives at the isolation room, immediately provide them with a mask and gloves. Explain that this is to help protect other employees and students and prevent the spread of the potential virus.

 

  • The acting health attendant must complete the Suspected COVID-19 Case Form

    • and call the local health authority and seek advice regarding transportation and location.

 

  • The acting health attendant and others attending the suspected infected person, should also wear a protective mask and gloves while working with the suspected infected person.

 

  • The acting health attendant will direct the ill employee to leave work or call the parent of the student to be picked up and go home.

 

  • The acting health attendant and campus/district supervisor must identify persons who may have come in contact with the suspected infected person. Unless required by the Department of Public Health, the name of the employee should not be provided.

 

  • Advise employees that they may have been in contact with a suspected employee and to carry out self-screening every morning, and based on the results, contact the Business and Operations Manager.

 

  • The isolation area and suspected employee’s or student’s work area/classroom must be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected, in addition to all other common surfaces recently touched by the employee or student.

 

  • Students who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms including, but not limited to, fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea, should not report to SKTCS.

 

  •  Anyone who has experienced COVID-19 symptoms or who has been exposed to someone who has displayed symptoms will not be allowed back on campus for 10 days (can return on the 11th day) assuming they have also been fever free, without the use of fever-reducing medication, for at least 24 hour

Will I be notified if my child’s teacher or classmate tests positive for COVID-19?

Yes. If a student or staff member believes they have come in contact with and/or have tested positive for COVID-19 the school will notify those who need to quarantine.

What happens if my child displays symptoms of COVID-19 or has been exposed to someone who has displayed symptoms?

  • Students who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms including, but not limited to, fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea, should not report to SKTCS.

 

  • Any student who displays symptoms at school will be sent to the Isolation Room.

 

  •  Anyone who has experienced COVID-19 symptoms or who has been exposed to someone who has displayed symptoms will not be allowed back on campus for 10 days (can return on the 11th day) assuming they have also been fever free, without the use of fever-reducing medication, for at least 24 hours.

Are visitors or volunteers allowed on campus?

At this time, no visitors or volunteers are allowed on campus when students are present.

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