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COVID-19 Plan

COVID-19 Plan

COVID-19 Plan

COVID-19 Information

We are dedicated to creating a healthy, safe, and productive learning environment

One of the benefits of being a small school is that we are able to enact a more personalized approach to keep our students, families, and staff safe. By offering different Learning Pathways and more flexibility, we are able to ensure better social distancing and support for all learners. 

Please read through the information below to learn about our processes and plans to support learners during the COVID-19 Pandemic.


Safety and Respect

We are partners in ensuring the health and well-being of or students, staff, and families

RESPECT
This is challenging for everyone. Please extend kindness and understanding to others.

HEALTH
Please monitor symptoms and be aware of your wellness. If you are ill, please work from home.

FACE COVERINGS
Students, Staff, and Visitors will wear face masks on campus due to state mandate.

SANITIZING
We will be regularly cleaning and disinfecting all contact surfaces on campus.

HYGIENE
Please take care to routinely wash your hands or use sanitizer.

PHYSICAL DISTANCING
We structure on campus activities in compliance with physical distancing.


Color-Coded Risk Phases

If in the event of changing circumstances, we are prepared to pivot our direction in order to keep our families and students healthy and safe based on the information and risk designation from our health department. Below is a brief description of how we will be accomodating each phase level.

Davis County is currently designated in the Low Risk (Yellow) Phase.

Normal Now
In this phase, we will be offering all three Learning Pathways. We will be staggering start, end, and lunch times. Socially distanced seating will be expected. On campus students will stay in the same room while teachers rotate. High Risk students can opt out of all non-mandatory campus activities. Any larger gatherings will be spaced, staggered, and/or offer rotations to limit contact with others. All visitors will need to sign in and out and wear face coverings.


Low
In yellow or low risk, we will continue offering all Learning Pathways. We will be staggering start, end, and lunch times. Students will be assigned seats in order to limit contact with others. On campus students will stay in the same room while teachers rotate. High Risk students can opt out of all campus activities. Any larger gatherings will be limited and spaced to limit contact with others. All Visitors will need to be pre-scheduled, checked-in from the parking lot, and wear face coverings.


Moderate
While in orange or moderate risk, we will move to mostly virtual learning, but will allow for individual students to have scheduled times on campus to receive targeted support. Classes will continue their regular schedule and will be 100% virtual. High Risk students and visitors will not be permitted on campus at this time. All larger activities will be moved to a virtual program or rescheduled. Grab and go lunches will be available for students


High
During red or high risk, we will operate 100% virtually and students and staff will not be working on campus. Classes and flex time will continue their regular schedule and will be virtual. Students will still be able to schedule appointments to work with their teachers during flex time through Calendly. All activities will be moved to a virtual program or rescheduled. Grab and go lunches will be available for students

For more information about our school's plan, please click here.




Information

We want you and your family to have access to the best information available so that you can make the best decisions for your health. Below are several different resources to help you navigate these unique times

CDC COVID-19 Information and Symptom Checker

Coronavirus Frequently Asked Questions

COVID-19 Testing Information

COVID-19 School Manual
Prevention Roles
Daily Symptom Check
When to Test
Exposures
Extracurriculars/Clubs

Guidance for Travel

Homemade Face Coverings

Masks FAQ by USBE

Protecting Higher Risk Individuals

Utah's Health Guidance System


Resources

We want to ensure that your needs are being met and that you are aware of the resources that are available to help you during this time. Below are several community resources that are available. If you have a recommendation for a resource or have other needs please contact us.

COVID-19 Community Resource List

Mental Health Resources

Unemployment Resources

Uninsured Covid-19 Testing Assistance



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