We are ready to start school tomorrow for students in grades 1-12. For those coming to school in person, we want to remind you about all the safety measures we will follow. Watch this video to see six steps you can take to keep each other safe.
You can see all our safety information on our Health and Safety page.
As a reminder, Wednesday, September 8 is the first day for kindergarten students; and Tuesday, September 14 is the first day for preschool students.
Stay home when you’re feeling sick. Do you have a fever, cough, or respiratory issues? If they are not from pre-existing conditions, please stay home.
|Use hand sanitizer and wash your hands when your teacher asks you to.|
|Follow directions for entering and moving around your school. Signs show you where to walk. Some passageways may be one-way.|
|Try to sit away from other students on the bus, unless they live with you.|
|Wear your mask at all times, even during recess. Cover your mouth and nose. Don’t touch your face or anyone else’s mask. Your school has masks if you need one.|
|Stay three feet apart as much as possible.|
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School Safety Plan
Our school safety plan has more details on safety measures, including instructions for entering the school building, staff and student health screenings, cleaning protocols, ventilation, and much more.
When to Stay Home
Anyone who is sick or has any COVID-like symptoms should stay home. Please review the public health guidance and symptom flow chart.
Track positive COVID cases among staff and students working and learning in our schools and facilities. The dashboard displays several data points including positive test results by date and by location.