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COVID-19 Mitigation Survey

Per Board request on Dec. 8, the administration presented updated mitigation measures for the District at last night's meeting. The following measures – below and linked here – were approved by the Board and will go into effect upon return to school on Jan. 3, 2022. If you'd like to provide feedback on these items, you can do so here.


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Physical Distancing

  • Return to typical standards; encourage physical distancing when possible; increase physical distancing when possible during an increase in cases

Handwashing and Respiratory Etiquette

  • Handwashing and respiratory etiquette taught and reinforced with signage posted
  • Hand sanitizer provided in every classroom and in communal areas
  • Provide time for handwashing, as needed
  • PPE provided in clinics
  • Masks available to students, if needed
  • Encourage proper respiratory etiquette and maintain heightened protocols for symptomatic individuals

Cleaning and Maintaining Healthy Facilities

  • Nightly targeted cleaning of high-touch surfaces and all classrooms
  • Routine targeted fogging (weekly in each building and nightly in health clinics)

Diagnostic & Screening Testing

  • Testing provided at LPHA and within in district Mercy clinic
  • Will continue to collaborate with SCCDPH

Vaccination Efforts

  • Will continue to collaborate with SCCDPH to bring awareness to vaccine events when needed

Accommodations for Children with Disabilities

  • Create and follow accommodations, as needed, for students with Individualized Education Plans, 504 Plans, or Health Plans

As a reminder, the Board voted on Dec. 8 to return to the communicable disease prevention measures under Board Policies and Regulations, unless otherwise ordered by SCCDPH subject to further Board action, effective Dec. 22. Contact tracing procedures for close contacts are set to cease and will not be in effect upon return to school on Jan. 3, 2022.

Provide feedback here.