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  1. All symptomatic children and employees should stay home from school, and will be sent home if exhibiting any symptoms.
  2. Designate the school nurse as the contact person to be responsible for responding to COVID19 concerns.
  3. Follow any other standards promulgated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Utah Department of Health, and local health department.

Classrooms

All Moderate Precautions followed (with the additional requirements and recommendations below)

Additional Recommendations:

  • Limit mixing of groups if possible
  • Teachers dispensing hand sanitizer as students enter classrooms
  • Students and staff are encouraged to follow strict hygiene standards, including: 
    • Do not shake hands
    • Wash hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds 
    • Wash hands after using the restroom
    • Use hand sanitizer frequently 
    • Avoid touching your face 
    • Cover coughs or sneezes (e.g. into a tissue, sleeve, or elbow; not hands)
  • No sharing of materials
  • Restrict drinking fountain access--students encouraged to bring their own water bottle
  • Online learning of students that are high risk

Transitions

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Congregating prohibited
  • No use of lockers during pass time or lunch time
  • Restrict drinking fountain access

Entry and Exit Points/Parent, Guest and Volunteer Access to School

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Limited access to student-centered functions, student check-out, etc. 

Transportation

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Possible student temperature check upon boarding 
  • Hand sanitizer dispensed by driver upon boarding
  • Parents encouraged to drive students if not comfortable with bus transportation

Restrooms

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Class schedules for restroom visits when possible

Cafeteria

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Physical distancing spacing in the lunch line 
  • Installation of protective table barriers where possible

Large Group Gatherings (Assemblies, Performances, Dances)

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Assemblies discouraged
  • Dances not permitted
  • Attendance may be limited to family members, officers, or cheerleaders with no admission for the general public or student body

Unique Courses with Higher Risk of Spread (Choir, Band, Orchestra, Drama, CTE, etc.)

All Moderate Precautions followed

Recess, Playground and P. E. Classes

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Playground equipment off limits to students
  • Increased supervision to ensure physical distancing
  • Supervised walking and other games/activities allowed that provide adequate physical distancing
  • Locker rooms off limits
  • No dressing for P.E. 

Special Education, Related Services, or School Counseling

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Areas of Concern

Preschool/ Day Care

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Limited number of students per classroom 
  • Limited supervised usage of play areas with no students on the playground equipment 

After-School Programs

All Moderate Precautions followed

Athletics

All Moderate Precautions followed

Follow UHSSA  and local health department guidelines

 Additional Recommendations:

  • Access to locker rooms limited
  • Restroom areas marked for physical distancing 

Driver’s Education

All Moderate Precautions followed

Follow State Driver’s Education Guidelines

Back-to-School Nights/Parent Teacher Conferences

All Moderate Precautions followed

 Additional Recommendations:

  • No in-person meetings--virtual Back-to-School and Parent Teacher Conferences

Graduation

All Moderate Precautions followed

Follow local health department guidelines

Resources

 Health Office

 Parent Guidelines

  • Information for parents regarding signs and symptoms of COVID19, and when to keep their child home (see Parent Infographic)
  1. All symptomatic children and employees should stay home from school, and will be sent home if exhibiting any symptoms.
  2. Designate the school nurse as the contact person to be responsible for responding to COVID19 concerns.
  3. Follow any other standards promulgated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Utah Department of Health, and local health department.

Classrooms

State Requirement:

  • Staff members trained on implementing strategies to identify and mitigate risk in the classroom setting
  • School personnel and students wearing face coverings/shields while on school campuses unless outdoors and distanced from others by six feet. (Student’s age, range of disabilities, sensory sensitivity, and medical conditions should be considered)

Additional Recommendations:

  • Cloth face coverings laundered after each day’s use
  • All staff wash or sanitize hands as they enter worksites 
  • Signs posted in highly visible locations that promote everyday protective measures
  • Students seated as far apart as reasonably possible
  • Students and staff encouraged to wash hands regularly
  • Hand sanitizing stations available in designated areas
  • Hand sanitizer available in each classroom
  • Students use hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available
  • Adequate supplies provided to minimize sharing of high touch materials (e.g., art supplies, pencil sharpeners, crayons, manipulatives, glue sticks, etc)
  • Student’s belongings separated from others’ in individual containers, cubbies, etc.
  • Minimize drinking fountain access - personal water bottles encouraged.

Transitions

State Requirement:

  • Students follow markings and/or signage for traffic flow
  • Students follow entry/exit flow patterns to minimize congestion
  • Face coverings/shields required

Additional Recommendations:

  • Minimize drinking fountain access - personal water bottles encouraged
  • Encourage reasonable physical distancing
  • Doors propped to reduce touch points
  • Student use of backpacks encouraged
  • Students move directly from one class to another to avoid close contact with others

Entry and Exit Points/Parent, Guest and Volunteer Access to School

State Requirement:

  • Limit nonessential visitors and volunteers
  • Temperature check and face coverings for visitors and non-regular staff
  • Drop-off/pick-up protocols followed
  • Students follow flow paths to minimize congestion

Additional Recommendations:

  • Parents/guests/volunteers/substitutes must check in at the main office

Transportation

State Requirement:

  • Students from the same household sit together
  • All students and staff wear face coverings/shields (Student ages, range of disabilities, sensory sensitivities, and medical conditions should be considered.)

Additional Recommendations:

  • Students encouraged to wash or sanitize hands before entering bus/van

Restrooms

State Requirement:

  • Follow signage for proper hand hygiene
  • Face coverings/shields required while in restrooms

Additional Recommendations:

  • Follow floor markings to encourage physical distancing

Cafeteria

State Requirement:

  • Student hand hygiene routine practiced before and after meals
  • Students follow marked spaced lines and flow paths
  • No self-service salad bars or buffet for students
  • Staff use face coverings or shields while serving and cleaning
  • Students required to wear face coverings while in lines

Additional Recommendations:

  • Students and staff maintain reasonable physical distancing
  • Payment using student I.D. card encouraged with prepaid money in student’s account - cash discouraged, cash payments made in the office
  • Lunch cashiers are the only ones to use touch screen monitors

Large Group Gatherings (Assemblies, Performances, Dances)

State Requirement:

  • Follow local health department guidelines
  • Face coverings/shields required

Additional Recommendations:

  • Students, faculty, and guests take reasonable precautions to maintain physical distancing 

Unique Courses with Higher Risk of Spread (Choir, Band, Orchestra, Drama, CTE, etc.)

State Requirement:

  • Follow local health department guidelines
  • Face coverings/shields required

Additional Recommendations:

  • Follow individual class guidelines

Recess, Playground and P. E. Classes

State Requirement:

  • Follow local health department guidelines
  • Face coverings/shields required unless outdoors and distanced from others by six feet

Additional Recommendations:

  • Students wash or sanitize hands when coming back into classroom
  • Activities will be limited to those that do not require physical contact

Special Education, Related Services, or School Counseling

State Requirement:

  • Face coverings/shields required (Student’s age, range of disabilities, sensory sensitivity, and medical conditions should be considered)
  • Provide reasonable accommodations for students who are unable to wear face coverings

Additional Recommendations:

  • Follow district’s Special Education guidelines

Additional Areas of Concern:

Preschool/ Day Care

State Requirement:

  • Face coverings/shields required, unless children are under the age of three (Student’s age, range of disabilities, sensory sensitivity, and medical conditions should be considered)

Recommendations:

  • Proper safety precautions for students and staff in place
  • Seating arrangements to provide for physical distancing
  • No toys from home allowed
  • Students wash hands before and after snacks
  • Play areas limited based on the ability to sanitize play items ( i.e., dress-up, kitchen play center, sensory tables, etc.)

After-School Programs

State Requirement:

  • Face coverings/shields required

Recommendations:

  • Students and staff encouraged to wash hands regularly
  • Students use hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available
  • Maintain reasonable physical distancing 
  • Students encouraged to wear face coverings when engaged in contact longer than 15 minutes
  • Minimize drinking fountain access - personal water bottles encouraged

Athletics

State Requirement:

  • Follow all recommendations and requirements of the UHSAA for both high school and junior  high school athletics (temperature monitoring, hand washing, etc.) and the local health department.

Additional Recommendations:

  • Students and general public take reasonable precautions to maintain physical distancing
  • Concessions allowed following recommended guidelines by the health department
  • Concessions-- consider grab-and-go items instead of prepared food, those working concessions required to wear face coverings and gloves
  • Card payments encouraged 
  • Restrooms available

Driver’s Education

State Requirement:

  • Symptom check of all staff (once per shift) and students prior to entering the vehicle
  • Students and instructors wear face coverings while in vehicles
  • Reasonable physical distancing when not in the vehicle
  • Classroom Setting--students seated as far apart as reasonably possible
  • Students submit paperwork electronically to avoid handling and sharing of paperwork 
  • Students wash or sanitize hands before entering and after exiting vehicle

Back-to-School Nights/Parent Teacher Conferences

State Requirement:

  • Follow local health department guidelines
  • Face coverings/shields required

Additional Recommendations:

  • Students and parents may meet with their teachers in the teachers’ classrooms
  • Students and parents take reasonable precautions to maintain physical distancing

Graduation

State Requirement:

  • Follow local health department guidelines

Additional Recommendations:

  • Maintain reasonable physical distancing

Resources

 Health Office

 Parent Guidelines

  • Information for parents regarding signs and symptoms of COVID19, and when to keep their child home (see Parent Infographic)

Classrooms

All Moderate and Enhanced Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Student desk tops cleaned between each student usage

Transitions/Common Areas

All Moderate Precautions followed

Entry and Exit Points/Parent/Guest/Volunteer Access to School

All Moderate and Enhanced Precautions followed

Transportation

All Moderate and Enhanced Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Seat and surface cleaning between routes

Restrooms

All Moderate and Enhanced Precautions followed

Cafeterias

All Moderate and Enhanced Precautions followed

Recess/Playgrounds/P.E. Classes

All Moderate and Enhanced Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Consider closing all slides and other play structures
  • Horizontal and Vertical, touchable surface cleaning to include use of electro-static disinfection between uses.

Pre-Schools/Day Cares

All Moderate and Enhanced Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Student desk tops cleaned before every new student usage
  • Eliminate usage of play structures

After-School Programs

All Moderate and Enhanced Precautions followed

Athletics

All Moderate and Enhanced Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Horizontal and Vertical, touchable surface cleaning to include use of electro-static disinfection between uses.

Classrooms

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Student desk tops cleaned at least twice daily
  • Disinfectant misting on a daily basis

Transitions/Common Areas

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Increased horizontal and Vertical, touchable surface cleaning to include use of electro-static disinfection. 
  • Disinfectant misting on a daily basis

Entry and Exit Points/Parent/Guest/Volunteer Access to School

All Moderate Precautions followed

Transportation

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Seat and surface cleaning twice daily
  • Disinfectant misting on a daily basis

Restrooms

All Moderate Precautions followed

Cafeterias

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Install sneeze guards down the center of all lunch tables
  • Increased horizontal and Vertical, touchable surface cleaning to include use of electro-static disinfection. 
  • Disinfectant misting on a daily basis
  • Auto scrub with Disinfectant daily

Recess/Playgrounds/P.E. Classes

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations: 

  • Increased horizontal and Vertical, touchable surface cleaning to include use of electro-static disinfection. 
  • Disinfectant misting on a daily basis
  • Auto scrub with Disinfectant gym floors daily

Pre-Schools/Day Cares

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Disinfectant misting on a daily basis

After-School Programs

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Student desk tops cleaned before every new student usage

Athletics

All Moderate Precautions followed

Additional Recommendations:

  • Increased horizontal and Vertical, touchable surface cleaning to include use of electro-static disinfection. 
  • Disinfectant misting on a daily basis
  • Auto scrub gym floors daily

Classrooms Recommendations

  • All standard cleaning protocols
  • Daily horizontal, touchable surface cleaning to include use of electro-static disinfection where appropriate.
  • Daily Sink and fountain cleaning
  • Ozone machine sanitization on a regularly scheduled basis 

Transitions/Common Areas

State Requirement:

  • Identify high traffic areas and apply floor markings or signage to direct traffic

Additional Recommendations:

  • All standard cleaning protocols
  • Daily horizontal, touchable surface cleaning to include use of electro-static disinfection where appropriate.
  • Daily Sink and fountain cleaning
  • Prop doors open to reduce touch 
  • Clean high-touch surfaces after transition periods

Entry/Exit Points

State Requirement:

  • Designate entry/exit flow paths to minimize congestion 

Additional Recommendations:

  • Use both entrance and egress to avoid clustering at single points of entry
  • Make available hand sanitizer and/or hand washing stations upon exit/entry 

Transportation

State Requirements:

  • Develop protocols for minimizing mixing of students from different households and regularly cleaning and disinfecting seats and other high-touch surfaces

Additional Recommendations:

  • All standard cleaning protocols
  • Daily horizontal, touchable surface cleaning to include use of electro-static disinfection where appropriate Includes school vans

Restrooms

State Requirements:

  • Create schedule for cleaning high-touch areas (e.g., faucets, paper towel dispensers, door handles)
  • Ensure PPE (gloves, masks) is available for staff providing support in restrooms, including custodians
  • Provide training for proper cleaning protocols for COVID-19 

Additional Recommendations:

  • Establish a a rotating monitor to frequently ensure soap is available

Cafeterias

State Requirements:

  • Increase cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch areas

Additional Recommendations:

  • All standard cleaning protocols
  • Increased sanitization of all tables between uses.
  • Daily horizontal, touchable surface cleaning to include use of electro-static disinfection where appropriate.
  • Daily Sink and fountain cleaning

Recess/Playgrounds/P.E. Classes

State Requirements:

  • LEAs ensure recess and playgrounds are managed with health and safety principles and requirements in place and, as needed, in consultation with local health departments

Additional Recommendations:

  • All standard cleaning protocols
  • Daily horizontal, touchable surface cleaning to include use of electro-static disinfection where appropriate.
  • Daily Sink and fountain cleaning
  • Ozone machine sanitization of all locker areas on a regularly scheduled basis  

Pre-Schools/Day Cares

  • All standard cleaning protocols
  • Daily horizontal, touchable surface cleaning to include use of electro-static disinfection where appropriate.
  • Daily Sink and fountain cleaning
  • Ozone machine sanitization on a regularly scheduled basis 
  • Playgrounds - daily horizontal, touchable surface cleaning to include use of electro-static disinfection where appropriate.

After-School Programs

  • All standard cleaning protocols
  • Daily horizontal, touchable surface cleaning to include use of electro-static disinfection where appropriate.
  • Daily Sink and fountain cleaning

Athletics

  • All standard cleaning protocols
  • Daily horizontal, touchable surface cleaning to include use of electro-static disinfection where appropriate.
  • Daily Sink and fountain cleaning
  • Ozone machine sanitization on a regularly scheduled basis

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