Health and Safety Plan 2020-2021
Health and Safety Plan 2020-2021
Laurie Hall
Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Each school entity must create a Health and Safety Plan which will serve as the local guidelines for all instructional and non- instructional school reopening activities. As with all emergency plans, the Health and Safety Plan developed for each school entity should be tailored to the unique needs of each school and should be created in consultation with local health agencies. Given the dynamic nature of the pandemic, each plan should incorporate enough flexibility to adapt to changing conditions. The templates provided in this toolkit can be used to document a school entity’s Health and Safety Plan, with a focus on professional learning and communications, to ensure all stakeholders are fully informed and prepared for a local phased reopening of school facilities. A school entity’s Health and Safety Plan must be approved by its governing body and posted on the school entity’s publicly available website prior to the reopening of school. School entities should also consider whether the adoption of a new policy or the modification of an existing policy is necessary to effectively implement the Health and Safety Plan.
Each school entity should continue to monitor its Health and Safety Plan throughout the year and update as needed. All revisions should be reviewed and approved by the governing body prior to posting on the school entity’s public website.
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 Table of Contents
Health and Safety Plan 3 Type of Reopening4
Pandemic Coordinator/Team5
Key Strategies, Policies, and Procedures6
Cleaning, Sanitizing, Disinfecting and Ventilation7 Social Distancing and Other Safety Protocols8 Monitoring Student and Staff Health12
Other Considerations for Students and Staff13
Health and Safety Plan Professional Development15
Health and Safety Plan Communications16
Health and Safety Plan Summary 17
Facilities Cleaning, Sanitizing, Disinfecting and Ventilation17 Social Distancing and Other Safety Protocols17
Monitoring Student and Staff Health18
Other Considerations for Students and Staff19
Health and Safety Plan Governing Body Affirmation Statement 20
This resource draws on a resource created by the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) that is based on official guidance from multiple sources to include: the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the White House, American Academy of Pediatrics, Learning Policy Institute, American Enterprise Institute, Rutgers Graduate School of Education, the World Health Organization, the Office of the Prime Minister of Norway as well as the departments of education/health and/or offices of the governor for Idaho, Montana, New York, Texas and Washington, DC.
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 Health and Safety Plan: Bald Eagle Area School District
All decision-makers should be mindful that as long as there are cases of COVID-19 in the community, there are no strategies that can completely eliminate transmission risk within a school population. The goal is to keep transmission as low as possible to safely continue school activities. All school activities must be informed by Governor Wolf’s Process to Reopen Pennsylvania. The administration has categorized reopening into three broad phases: red, yellow, or green. These designations signal how counties and/or regions may begin easing some restrictions on school, work, congregate settings, and social interactions:
● The Red Phase: Schools remain closed for in-person instruction and all instruction must be provided via remote learning, whether using digital or non-digital platforms. Provisions for student services such as school meal programs should continue. Large gatherings are prohibited.
● The Yellow Phase and Green Phase: Schools may provide in-person instruction after developing a written Health and Safety Plan, to be approved by the local governing body (e.g. board of directors/trustees) and posted on the school entity’s publicly available website.
Based on your county’s current designation (i.e., red, yellow, green) and the best interests of your local community, indicate which type of reopening your LEA has selected by checking the appropriate box in row three of the table below. Use the remainder of the template to document your LEA’s plan to bring back students and staff, how you will communicate the type of reopening with stakeholders in your community, and the process for continued monitoring of local health data to assess implications for school operations and potential adjustments throughout the school year.
Depending upon the public health conditions in any county within the Commonwealth, there could be additional actions, orders, or guidance provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) and/or the Pennsylvania Department of Health (DOH) designating the county as being in the red, yellow, or green phase. Some counties may not experience a straight path from a red designation, to a yellow, and then a green designation. Instead, cycling back and forth between less restrictive to more restrictive designations may occur as public health indicators improve or worsen. This means that your school entity should account for changing conditions in your local Health and Safety Plan to ensure fluid transition from more to less restrictive conditions in each of the phase requirements as needed.
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  Type of Reopening
Key Questions
● How do you plan to bring students and staff back to physical school buildings, particularly if you still need social distancing in place?
● How did you engage stakeholders in the type of re-opening your school entity selected?
● How will you communicate your plan to your local community?
● Once you reopen, what will the decision-making process look like to prompt a school closure or other significant modification to operations?
Based on your county’s current designation and local community needs, which type of reopening has your school entity selected?
(SELECT ONE BOX BELOW)
X Total reopen for all students and staff (but some students/families opt for distance learning out of safety/health concern).
X Scaffolded reopening: Some students are engaged in in-person learning, while others are distance learning (i.e., some grade levels
in-person, other grade levels remote learning).
X Blended reopening that balances in-person learning and remote learning for all students (i.e., alternating days or weeks).
☐ Total remote learning for all students. (Plan should reflect future action steps to be implemented and conditions that would prompt the decision as to when schools will re-open for in-person learning).
Anticipated launch date for in-person learning (i.e., start of blended, scaffolded, or total reopening): August 25, 2020
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  Pandemic Coordinator/Team
Each school entity is required to identify a pandemic coordinator and/or pandemic team with defined roles and responsibilities for health and safety preparedness and response planning during the phased reopening of schools. The pandemic coordinator and team will be responsible for facilitating the local planning process, monitoring implementation of your local Health and Safety Plan, and continued monitoring of local health data to assess implications for school operations and potential adjustments to the Health and Safety Plan throughout the school year. To ensure a comprehensive plan that reflects the considerations and needs of every stakeholder in the local education community, LEAs are encouraged to establish a pandemic team to support the pandemic coordinator. Inclusion of a diverse group of stakeholders is critical to the success of planning and implementation. LEAs are highly encouraged to make extra effort to engage representatives from every stakeholder group (i.e., administrators, teachers, support staff, students, families, community health official or other partners), with a special focus on ensuring that the voices of underrepresented and historically marginalized stakeholder groups are prioritized. In the table below, identify the individual who will serve as the pandemic coordinator and the stakeholder group they represent in the row marked “Pandemic Coordinator”. For each additional pandemic team member, enter the individual’s name, stakeholder group they represent, and the specific role they will play in planning and implementation of your local Health and Safety Plan by entering one of the following under “Pandemic Team Roles and Responsibilities”:
● Health and Safety Plan Development: Individual will play a role in drafting the enclosed Health and Safety Plan;
● Pandemic Crisis Response Team: Individual will play a role in within-year decision making regarding response efforts in the event of a
confirmed positive case or exposure among staff and students; or
● Both (Plan Development and Response Team): Individual will play a role in drafting the plan and within-year decision making regarding
response efforts in the event of confirmed positive case.
    Individual(s) Stakeholder Group Represented
Pandemic Team Roles and Responsibilities (Options Above)
       Scott Graham Superintendent Pandemic Coordinator --- Both
      John Tobias
Danielle Heverly
James Orichosky
Mary Beth Crago
Nevin Pighetti
Melissa Butterworth
Tracy Boone
Building Administrator
Building Administrator
Building Administrator
Building Administrator
Building Administrator
Director of Special Education
Director of Curriculum & Instruction
Both
Health and Safety Plan
Both
Both
Both
Both
Both
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     Tom Folino
Laura Frye
Craig Livergood
John Peters
Doug Dyke
Cindi Stanton
Lauryn Bostdorf
Steve Thompson
Director of Facilities & Maintenance
Director of Food Services
Business Manager
School Safety & Prevention Coordinator
Athletic Director
School Nurse
School Nurse
Director of Technology
Health and Safety Plan
Both
Both
Both
Both
Both
Both
Both
                                                 Key Strategies, Policies, and Procedures
Once your LEA has determined the type of reopening that is best for your local community and established a pandemic coordinator and/or pandemic team, use the action plan templates on the following pages to create a thorough plan for each of the requirements outlined in the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Preliminary Guidance for Phased Reopening of PreK-12 Schools.
For each domain of the Health and Safety Plan, draft a detailed summary describing the key strategies, policies, and procedures your LEA will employ to satisfy the requirements of the domain. The domain summary will serve as the public-facing description of the efforts your LEA will take to ensure health and safety of every stakeholder in your local education community. Thus, the summary should be focused on the key information that staff, students, and families will require to clearly understand your local plan for the phased reopening of schools. You can use the key questions to guide your domain summary.
For each requirement within each domain, document the following:
● Action Steps under Yellow Phase: Identify the discrete action steps required to prepare for and implement the requirement under the guidelines outlined for counties in yellow. List the discrete action steps for each requirement in sequential order.
● Action Steps under Green Phase: Identify the specific adjustments the LEA or school will make to the requirement during the time period the county is designated as green. If implementation of the requirement will be the same regardless of county designation, then type “same as Yellow” in this cell.
● Lead Individual and Position: List the person(s) responsible for ensuring the action steps are fully planned and the school system is prepared for effective implementation.
● Materials, Resources, and/or Supports Needed: List any materials, resources, or support required to implement the requirement.
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 ● Professional Development (PD) Required: In order to implement this requirement effectively, will staff, students, families, or other stakeholders require professional development?
In the following tables, an asterisk (*) denotes a mandatory element of the plan. All other requirements are highly encouraged to the extent possible.
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  Cleaning, Sanitizing, Disinfecting, and Ventilation
Key Questions
● How will you ensure the building is cleaned and ready to safely welcome staff and students?
● How will you procure adequate disinfection supplies meeting OSHA and CDC requirements for COVID-19?
● How often will you implement cleaning, sanitation, disinfecting, and ventilation protocols/procedures to maintain staff and student safety?
● What protocols will you put in place to clean and disinfect throughout an individual school day?
● Which stakeholders will be trained on cleaning, sanitizing, disinfecting, and ventilation protocols? When and how will the training be
provided? How will preparedness to implement as a result of the training be measured?
Summary of Responses to Key Questions:
How will you ensure the building is cleaned and ready to safely welcome staff and students?
● Custodial staff will follow all protocols in cleaning and disinfecting of buildings prior to opening on a daily basis. Custodial staff will follow a district checklist to verify when all areas have been cleaned.
● Building staff will follow the CDC, PDE, and DOH guidelines and requirements for COVID-19 cleaning and disinfecting.
How will you procure adequate disinfection supplies meeting OSHA and CDC requirements for COVID-19?
● Bald Eagle Area will continue to use current suppliers through the 2020-21 school year. These vendors meet the requirements set by the
CDC for COVID cleaning and disinfecting.
● The Director of Facilities and Maintenance will continue to work with the Business Manager and Superintendent to provide budget estimates
for supplies to ensure the appropriate financial resources are available to purchase the necessary supplies.
How often will you implement cleaning, sanitation, disinfecting, and ventilation protocols/procedures to maintain staff and student safety?
● Checklists will be maintained on a daily basis, overseen by the Director of Facilities and Maintenance.
● High touch areas (e.g., door knobs, light switches, desks, bathrooms, bottle fillers, etc.) will be disinfected multiple times throughout the
school day.
● The District is looking to purchase Bi-polar Ionization machines to be installed in each classroom. These machines kill germs, bacteria, and
viruses. Additional equipment will be ordered for the health rooms.
● A deep cleaning of the school buildings will take place each night.
What protocols will you put in place to clean and disinfect throughout an individual school day?
● Checklists will be maintained on a daily basis, overseen by the Director of Facilities and Maintenance.
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 ● High touch areas (e.g., door knobs, light switches, desks, bathrooms, bottle fillers, etc.) will be disinfected multiple times throughout the school day.
● The District is looking to purchase Bi-polar Ionization machines to be installed in each classroom. These machines kill germs, bacteria, and viruses. Additional equipment will be ordered for the health rooms.
● A deep cleaning of the school buildings will take place each night.
● Teachers and building staff will have access to disinfectant sprays, wipes, masks, face shields, etc. in their respective to provide for
additional cleaning opportunities during the day.
Which stakeholders will be trained on cleaning, sanitizing, disinfecting, and ventilation protocols? When and how will the training be provided? How will preparedness to implement as a result of the training be measured?
● Custodial staff will be trained/retrained on cleaning protocols on an as needed basis by the Director of Facilities and Maintenance.
● Training will be conducted on new products, supplies and equipment purchased specifically for COVID-19.
        Action Steps under Yellow Action Steps under Green Lead Individual Materials, Resources, Requirements Phase Phase and Position and or Supports
Needed
PD Required (Y/N)
            * Cleaning, sanitizing, disinfecting, and ventilating learning spaces, surfaces, and any other areas used by students (i.e., restrooms, drinking fountains, hallways, and transportation)
   At least daily and throughout the day disinfecting schools and transportation vehicles with appropriate sanitation materials.
Cleaning of all high touch surfaces (i.e. tables, door handles, sink handles, restrooms, etc.) with appropriate sanitation products/materials.
Teachers/staff will be provided with cleaning and/or disinfecting products to use in the classrooms.
Daily and hourly cleaning checklists provided to all custodians.
Drinking fountains will be turned off except for bottle filling stations.
 At least daily and throughout the day disinfecting schools and transportation vehicles.
Cleaning of all public spaces (i.e. door handles, sink handles, restrooms, etc.) with appropriate sanitation materials.
Teachers/staff will be provided with cleaning and/or disinfecting products to use in classrooms.
Daily and hourly cleaning checklist provided to all custodians.
Drinking fountains will be turned off except for water bottle filling stations.
     Designated building custodians
Classroom teachers and building staff
Bus contractors
 Appropriate cleaning supplies and materials (e.g. gloves,rags, paper towels, etc.)
Ensure supply chain by using multiple vendors
Continuously monitor inventory
      On an “as needed” basis
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  Other cleaning, sanitizing, disinfecting, and ventilation practices
   The use of UV lights or Bipolar Ionization (whichever is most practical for the school building/space).
  The use of UV lights or Bipolar ionization (whichever is most practical for the school building/space).
  Designated custodian and/or maintenance staff
 UV Lights Bipolar ionization
  Training to install, use, and maintain equipment
 Social Distancing and Other Safety Protocols
Key Questions
● How will classrooms/learning spaces be organized to mitigate spread?
● How will you group students with staff to limit the number of individuals who come into contact with each other throughout the school day?
● What policies and procedures will govern use of other communal spaces within the school building?
● How will you utilize outdoor space to help meet social distancing needs?"
● What hygiene routines will be implemented throughout the school day?
● How will you adjust student transportation to meet social distancing requirements?
● What visitor and volunteer policies will you implement to mitigate spread?
● Will any of these social distancing and other safety protocols differ based on age and/or grade ranges?
● Which stakeholders will be trained on social distancing and other safety protocols? When and how will the training be provided? How will
preparedness to implement as a result of the training be measured?
Summary of Responses to Key Questions:
How will classrooms/learning spaces be organized to mitigate spread?
● 6-feet or more between desks when possible, 3-foot distance (minimum). If spacing is less than 6-feet apart, masks/face coverings must be worn.
● Removal of all unnecessary classroom furniture to create more open space.
● Classrooms will be limited to 25 or less students.
● Middle and High school PE classes will not use locker rooms.
● PE classes will be encouraged to go outside, weather permitting. (Elementary, Middle, & High School)
● Encore teachers will push into elementary classrooms to provide instruction and minimize student movement.
● Elective middle school Grade 6 teachers will push into classrooms to provide instruction and minimize student movement.
● Elementary departmentalized classrooms will have modified class transfers or teachers will transfer.
● Until further notice, postpone the use of indoor and outdoor school facilities by outside groups until COVID restrictions are removed.
● Provide classroom supplies (e.g., crayons, markers, white boards, etc.) for individual student use.
How will you group students with staff to limit the number of individuals who come into contact with each other throughout the school day?
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 ● Classroom spaces will be limited to 25 students or less.
● Grade 6 students will stay in their wing at the Middle/High School. Elective course teachers will push into the classrooms.
● Students will have the option of attending classes 2 days face-to-face, then 2 days of online instruction, then 2 days of face-to-face ... this
pattern continues. Approximately 50% of the student population attends in person while the remaining students receive remote instruction. Note: Students would also have the option to use this model and not attend face-to-face meetings.District curriculum would be administered by district teachers. Under this option, students would also have the option to receive all their class instruction remotely from district teachers using district curriculum.
● CDC recommendations for room capacity and social distancing will be used in making adjustments as necessary.
● Until further notice, postpone the use of indoor and outdoor school facilities by outside groups until all COVID restrictions are removed. Limit
the number of school visitors using school spaces during the day.
● Discourage students and staff from congregating in shared spaces (e.g. lobby, cafeteria, restrooms, faculty room, etc.).
● Outdoor activities/playground spaces will have limited groups participating at the same time in accordance with CDC & PDE guidelines.
● Students are to be 6-feet apart on the playground in order to not wear masks/face coverings.
What policies and procedures will govern use of other communal spaces within the school building?
● Masks/face coverings will be worn on all district transportation.
● Masks/face coverings will be worn in hallways and areas where there are large groups of students where social distancing is not possible.
● Masks/face coverings will be worn in classrooms when seating is less than 6-feet apart.
● Emphasis will be placed on using hand sanitizing stations and regular hand washing.
● Additional hand sanitizing stations will be placed.
● Students will bring their own water bottles to school as drinking fountains will not be in use. Water bottle filling stations will be available.
● MS/HS lunch sections will assign students to tables, sitting 6-feet apart. Other spaces (e.g., gyms, lobby) will be used to accommodate lunch
sections to meet the 6-feet rule.
● Students and staff will be required to use hand sanitizer or wash hands before and after eating.
● No sharing of food or utensils.
● Any special activities (e.g., birthdays, parties, etc.) may only include pre-packaged, single serve food/snack items.
● Upon entering school buildings, students should report directly to their assigned classrooms or designated areas to maintain social
distancing.
How will you utilize outdoor space to help meet social distancing needs?
● Elementary school students will have outdoor recess, weather permitting, on a staggered schedule. Students will be trained and reminded of appropriate social distancing practices.
● Playground equipment will be sanitized on a daily basis by custodians and/or maintenance.
● Students will receive training on proper handwashing and be required to wash hands/sanitize regularly throughout the day.
● PE classes will be held outside as much as possible, weather permitting.
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 ● Classroom teachers can utilize outdoor spaces for instruction, following social distancing requirements, weather permitting, and when appropriate. Students must be a minimum of 6-feet apart to not wear masks/face coverings.
● Discourage students and staff from congregating together in outdoor spaces.
● Outdoor activities/playground spaces will have limited groups participating at the same time in accordance with CDC & PDE guidelines.
What hygiene routines will be implemented throughout the school day?
● Students will receive training on proper handwashing and will be required to wash hands regularly throughout the day.
● Students will be encouraged to use hand sanitizer. Sanitizing stations are located throughout all district buildings.
● Students and staff must wash hands/use hand sanitizer before and after breakfast and lunch.
● Students and staff must use hand sanitizer upon entering any school building.
● District classroom teachers will be provided with sanitizing spray and/or disinfectant wipes to clean shared spaces/materials between classes and throughout the day.
● Signage will be displayed in all buildings reminding students and staff of proper hygiene procedures.
● Sharing of common school materials will be restricted (e.g., elementary students will have their own pencil box supplies, MS/HS using online
textbooks, Chrome book sharing restricted, etc.)
● Any shared classroom items that can not be individualized (e.g., calculators, etc.) will be disinfected/sanitized regularly.
How will you adjust student transportation to meet social distancing requirements?
● Parents/guardians and/or students are asked to perform a COVID-19 symptom screening prior to arriving at school or the bus stop each day.
● Students and staff are required to wear masks on school district provided transportation, buses, and vans. There will be no more than 2
students per seat on a bus and no more than 4 students in a van.
● Bus and van drivers will wear masks.
● Social distancing will be encouraged/promoted at bus stops.
● Buses should be loaded by filling seats from the back to the front.
● Students will not be seated in the front row of the bus.
● Students will be assigned seats on the bus/van. Students from the same family should be seated together.
● Individuals (e.g. parents, guardians, etc.) are not permitted on the bus or van unless absolutely necessary (i.e., to assist a student with a
disability).
● Bus and van windows should be opened to improve ventilation.
● Busses/vans will be disinfected after each run.
● Busses/vans will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected daily.
● Individuals who have been self-quarantining or diagnosed with a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19 may not drop off or pick up
children from school.
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 What visitor and volunteer policies will you implement to mitigate spread?
● Each school building has a self-contained visitor entry area where they can speak with a school representative without entering the school building.
● All IEP/504/GIEP meetings will be conducted in the Administrative Offices and not in school buildings.
● There will be no visitors permitted in district buildings unless approved by the principal or designee until all COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
● Any visitors entering school buildings, will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms prior to being granted permission to enter.
● Any visitor granted permission to enter a school building will be required to use hand sanitizer before entering.
● Any areas a visitor visited will be cleaned and disinfected by custodial staff or building staff with disinfectant supplies that are rated for use
against COVID-19.
● All visitors must wear a mask/face covering unless they have a medical or mental health condition, documented in accordance with the
American with Disabilities Act, that precludes the wearing of a face covering in school.
Will any of these social distancing and other safety protocols differ based on age and/or grade ranges?
● NO
Which stakeholders will be trained on social distancing and other safety protocols? When and how will the training be provided? How will preparedness to implement as a result of the training be measured?
● New guidelines from CDC, PDE, DOH, will be taught to students and included as part of the PBIS program at all grade levels.
● Faculty and staff will be trained on proper social distancing guidelines, disinfecting practices for classroom practices/office spaces. This will
be conducted by either a supervisor or building administrator prior to the start of the school year.
● Faculty and staff will train students on social distancing and other safety protocols based upon training and information they receive.
● Staff and students will be reminded regularly during the school year of safety protocols
         Action Steps under Yellow Action Steps under Green Lead Individual and Materials, Resources, Requirements Phase Phase Position and or Supports
Needed
PD Required (Y/N)
 * Classroom/ learning space occupancy that allows for 6 feet of separation among students and staff throughout the day, to the maximum extent feasible
    Class size reduced to 25 students or less per room/space
Students will be spaced 6 feet apart when possible, otherwise students will be spaced 3 feet apart.
Will practice/encourage social distancing whenever possible.
   Class size reduced to 25 students per room/space.
Will still practice/encourage social distancing whenever possible.
Students have the option to attend classes 2 days face-to-face, then 2 days of online instruction, then 2 days of face-to-face ... pattern continues. Approximately 50% of
   Building Principals Classroom Teachers School Staff
  Extra masks/face coverings
Student plexiglass “work stations”
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         Students have the option to attend classes 2 days face-to-face, then 2 days of online instruction, then 2 days of face-to-face ... pattern continues. Approximately 50% of the student population attend in person while remaining students receive remote instruction via streaming or taped lessons. Students may also choose 100% online instruction with this option and not attend on the face-to-face days.
NOTE: The district will take into consideration any changes to CDC and Department of Health Guidelines as they occur.
 the student population attend in person while remaining students receive remote instruction via streaming or taped lessons. Students may also choose 100% online instruction with this option and not attend on the face-to-face days
**NOTE: The district will take into consideration any changes to CDC and Department of Health Guidelines as they occur.
               * Restricting the use of cafeterias and other congregate settings, and serving meals in alternate settings such as classrooms
    ”Grab and go” breakfast and/or lunch - utilize gym areas to spread students out.
Modified teacher schedule (flex times) to cover breakfast.
Elementary students will eat in classrooms.
6th grade students will eat in their classrooms.
 Breakfast and/or lunch will be a “grab and go”.
Middle and/or high school lunches will be adjusted to reduce/minimize overcrowding.
MS/HS: Additional/available building space will be used to socially distance students for breakfast and/or lunches.
Elem: Breakfast/lunch as normal but with social distancing.
      School Principals Classroom Teachers Director of Food Services
 MS/HS: MOU for teachers to come in early/leave late to cover breakfast in yellow phase
Purchasing food carts to transfer food to classrooms/other areas
Barcode/touchless system for purchasing of meals.
      * Hygiene practices for students and staff including the manner and frequency of hand-washing and other best practices
    Encourage the use of hand sanitizers throughout the day - place more in other locations as necessary.
Instruct hand washing/hand sanitizing at specific times during the day:
Elementary:
    Encourage the use of hand sanitizers throughout the day - place more in other locations as necessary.
Instruct hand washing/hand sanitizing at specific times during the day:
Elementary:
    School Principals School Nurses
  Sign making materials
   In-person training and review of hygiene practices for staff and students.
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         -First thing in the morning-Before Lunch
-After Lunch-After Recess-After Phys. Ed.
Middle School/High School:
-First Period
-At the end of each period -Before Lunch
-After Lunch
-After Phys Ed.
Signs placed in restrooms reminding students to wash hands.
Signs placed in building entrances reminding of the COVID-19 symptoms to be aware of.
General Hygiene/Respiratory Etiquette/Mask Wearing and Cleaning Education for staff and students
-Posters and in-person training and review for staff and students.
Students and staff are to use personal water bottles.
Filling station portion of the water fountains will be available for use. Water fountains will be turned off.
Partition with plexiglass to maintain distance between the public and office staff/nurse desk.
All students/staff will wear face masks/ face coverings/ face shields on the bus, in hallways
   -First thing in the morning-Before Lunch
-After Lunch-After Recess-After Phys. Ed.
Middle School/High School:
-First Period
-At the end of each period -Before Lunch
-After Lunch
-After Phys Ed.
Signs placed in restrooms reminding students to wash hands.
Signs placed in building entrances reminding of the COVID-19 symptoms to be aware of.
General Hygiene/Respiratory Etiquette/Mask Wearing and Cleaning Education for staff and students
-Posters and in-person training and review for staff and students.
Students and staff are to use personal water bottles.
Filling station portion of the water fountains will be available for use. Water fountains will be turned off.
Partition with plexiglass to maintain distance between the public and office staff/nurse desk.
All students/staff will wear face masks/ face shields/ face coverings on the bus, in hallways
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       during class change, in class, when visiting the nurse, or when social distancing of 6-feet can not be maintained.
   during class change, in class, when visiting the nurse, or when social distancing of 6-feet can not be maintained.
         * Posting signs, in highly visible locations, that promote everyday protective measures, and how to stop the spread of germs
   YES - to be done in accordance with CDC and Department of Health guidelines and modified as changes occur.
  YES - to be done in accordance with CDC and Department of Health guidelines and modified as changes occur.
  School Principals School Nurses Classroom Teachers
    * Identifying and restricting non-essential visitors and volunteers
   No visitors - only staff/students.
No parents in the hallway during class changes.
Having necessary meetings (e.g., IEP, 504, evaluations, etc.) occur in the Administration Building.
  No parents in the hallway during class changes.
  School Principals School Nurses Attendance Staff Building Secretaries
      * Handling sporting activities for recess and physical education classes consistent with the CDC Considerations for Youth Sports
   No playground equipment (e.g., swings, slides) used for recess.
Outside recess whenever possible using portable equipment (e.g., balls, frisbees, jump ropes, etc.).
Recess using social distancing guidelines.
MS/HS: No dressing for PE class and no locker room use
PE equipment must be sanitized during class and between classes.
PE class must be conducted outside whenever possible.
MS/HS: Modified dress code when using the weight room. Equipment
 Playground equipment (e.g., swings, slides, etc.) can be used if sanitized between group changes.
Recess using social distancing guidelines.
PE equipment will be sanitized during class and between classes.
Follow PIAA Guidelines and Board approved BEA District Sports Plan.
     PE Teachers Building Principals Classroom Teachers
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      must be wiped down/sanitized after each use.
Follow PIAA Guidelines and Board approved BEA District Sports Plan.
              Limiting the sharing of materials among students
 Wipe down/sanitize desks and/or /materials at the end of each class
Utilize Chromebooks as much as possible to reduce paper and whiteboard use.
Use online textbooks and resources as much as possible.
Wipe down/sanitize desks and/or materials at the end of each class
Utilize Chromebooks as much as possible to reduce paper and whiteboard use.
Use online textbooks and resources as much as possible.
            Staggering the use of communal spaces and hallways
    Wear masks/face coverings when in hallways.
MS/HS: No lockers except first in the morning and end of the day.
Limit hall traffic during classes.
 Wear masks/face coverings when in hallways.
Limit hall traffic during classes.
             Adjusting transportation schedules and practices to create social distance between students
     Masks/face shields/facial coverings will be worn by all students and drivers on buses/vans.
Limit seating to 2 students per seat on buses and 4 students on vans.
    Masks/face shields/facial coverings will be worn by all students and drivers on buses/vans.
Limit seating to 2 students per seat on buses and 4 students on vans.
    Director of Transportation
   Face masks, face shields
    No
 Limiting the number of individuals in classrooms and other learning spaces, and interactions between groups of students
  Class size reduced to 25 students or less per classroom.
Students will be spaced 6-feet apart when possible; otherwise a minimum of 3-feet apart will be adhered to.
Will practice/encourage social distancing whenever possible.
NOTE: The district will take into consideration any safety changes by the CDC and the PA
 Class size reduced to 25 students or less per classroom.
Will still practice/encourage social distancing whenever possible.
NOTE: The district will take into consideration any safety changes by the CDC and the PA Department of Health as they occur.
  Building Principals Classroom Teachers School Staff
Extra masks/face coverings
Plexiglass “work stations”
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       Department of Health as they occur.
  Coordinating with local childcare regarding on site care, transportation protocol changes and, when possible, revised hours of operation or modified school-year calendars
     In district building pre-schools will follow school district protocol.
After school childcare will coordinate pick-ups with the building principal, follow social distancing, and school district protocol.
    In district building pre-schools will follow school district protocol.
After school childcare will coordinate pick-ups with the building principal, follow social distancing, and school district protocol.
    Building Principals Cen-Clear Staff/Administration
          Other social distancing and safety practices
   School nurse training will take place through the CDC, PA DOH, and the PA Department of Education to keep up to date with new health checks, information, and safety guideline changes.
School nurses will work with the 504 Plan Coordinator to monitor students with health conditions and concerns.
District Administration and staff will become familiar with the District's Health and Safety Plan prior to the start of the school year.
Information for families will be made available on the BEA website, BEA facebook page, and through our phone/text messaging system. This can include but is not limited to: home screenings, proper hygiene, social distancing, best practices, etc.
The District’s Second Step program will be utilized in Grades K-8 to help address/monitor
 School nurse training will take place through the CDC, PA DOH, and the PA Department of Education to keep up to date with new health checks, information, and safety guideline changes.
School nurses will work with the 504 Plan Coordinator to monitor students with health conditions and concerns.
District Administration and staff will become familiar with the District's Health and Safety Plan prior to the start of the school year.
Information for families will be made available on the BEA website, BEA facebook page, and through our phone/text messaging system. This can include but is not limited to: home screenings, proper hygiene, social distancing, best practices, etc.
The District’s Second Step program will be utilized in Grades K-8 to help address/monitor
     Pandemic Coordinator Building Principals School Nurses
504 Plan Coordinator Classroom Teachers School Counselors
     Yes
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     instances such as the stigma of getting COVID-19 and bullying.
School district will use a pre-developed plan to maintain 50% of students on-site. The model includes 2 groups of learners attending 2 days of face-to-face instruction and then 2 days at home receiving class instruction via streaming, taped class lessons, etc. via Google Classroom.
  instances such as the stigma of getting COVID-19 and bullying.
School district will use a pre-developed plan to maintain 50% of students on-site. The model includes 2 groups of learners attending 2 days of face-to-face instruction and then 2 days at home receiving class instruction via streaming, taped class lessons, etc. via Google Classroom.
      Monitoring Student and Staff Health
Key Questions
● How will you monitor students, staff, and others who interact with each other to ensure they are healthy and not exhibiting signs of illness?
● Where, to whom, when, and how frequently will the monitoring take place (e.g. parent or child report from home or upon arrival to school)?
● What is the policy for quarantine or isolation if a staff, student, or other member of the school community becomes ill or has been exposed to
an individual confirmed positive for COVID-19?
● Which staff will be responsible for making decisions regarding quarantine or isolation requirements of staff or students?
● What conditions will a staff or student confirmed to have COVID-19 need to meet to safely return to school? How will you accommodate staff
who are unable to comfortably return?
● How will you determine which students are willing/able to return? How will you accommodate students who are unable or uncomfortable to
return?
● When and how will families be notified of confirmed staff or student illness or exposure and resulting changes to the local Health and Safety
Plan?
● Which stakeholders will be trained on protocols for monitoring student and staff health? When and how will the training be provided? How
will preparedness to implement as a result of the training be measured?
Summary of Responses to Key Questions:
How will you monitor students, staff, and others who interact with each other to ensure they are healthy and not exhibiting signs of illness?
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 ● Parents/guardians are required to screen their child(ren) for COVID-19 symptoms before sending them to school. Digital thermometers have been purchased for families that do not have or cannot afford to purchase.
● Parents will be asked to not give fever reducing medications (e.g., Tylenol, Advil, Motrin, etc.) before sending their child(ren) to school with a temperature of 100.4 or above.
● Parents are instructed to keep their child(ren) home if ill or experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms. .
● Staff are required to screen themselves for COVID-19 symptoms before reporting to school.
● Any students with a fever of 100.4 or greater or demonstrating any COVID-19 symptoms at school will be sent to the nurse for further
evaluation.
● Each district building has a plan in place to address staff that become ill with COVID-19 symptoms while at school.
● Signage will be posted in all district building main entrances requesting anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to not approach or enter the
building.
Where, to whom, when, and how frequently will the monitoring take place (e.g. parent or child report from home or upon arrival to school)?
● Prior to arriving at school and throughout the day based upon parent and/or teacher concerns, including student complaints.
What is the policy for quarantine or isolation if a staff, student, or other member of the school community becomes ill or has been exposed to an individual confirmed positive for COVID-19?
● If a student or staff member shows any COVID-19 symptoms at school, they will be sent immediately to the nurse’s office for further evaluation and sent home as soon as possible, if warranted.
● If a student or staff member becomes infected with COVID-19, the area(s) of contamination will be cleaned, disinfected, and cleared of individuals. Areas used by the sick person will be closed off and not used again until cleaning and disinfecting has been completed.
● Flexible attendance will be in effect for staff to reduce coming to work sick.
● Flexible attendance will be in effect for students (e.g., no perfect attendance awards) to reduce attending school when sick.
● The school district will contact and work in partnership with local health department officials to conduct contract tracing and notification of
families.
● Confidentiality of those testing positive for COVID-19 will be maintained.
● Symptomatic students and/or school staff or those having exposure to a confirmed case, will be referred to an appropriate health care
provider or COVID-19 testing site.
Which staff will be responsible for making decisions regarding quarantine or isolation requirements of staff or students?
● Administration and school nurses (when needed).
What conditions will a staff or student confirmed to have COVID-19 need to meet to safely return to school? How will you accommodate staff who are unable to uncomfortably return?
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 ● Staff and students with fevers or symptoms associated with COVID-19 should seek medical attention from a health care physician for further evaluation and instructions before returning to school.
● Staff and students with fever or symptoms that may be associated with COVID-19 and have had no known direct exposure to a person with COVID-19 may return to school when they are asymptomatic and have been fever free for at least 24-hours without the use of fever-reducing medications or have confirmation of an alternative diagnosis from a health care provider that explains the COVID-19 like symptoms.
● Staff or students with symptoms that have had direct exposure to a person with COVID-19 will be considered probable cases and should remain excluded from school/work until a health care provider determines they are healthy to return to school or work.
● A student or staff member who is quarantined, following close contact with a case, may not return to school until cleared to do so by the DOH or a health care provider. A negative test obtained prior to the end of quarantine does not clear an individual for return. The entire quarantine period must be completed.
● These guidelines are subject to change based on CDC, DOH, and/or PDE regulations and/or guidelines.
How will you determine which students are willing/able to return? How will you accommodate students who are unable or uncomfortable to return?
● Students with fever or symptoms that may be associated with COVID-19 and have had no known direct exposure to a person with COVID-19 may return to school when they are asymptomatic and have been fever free for at least 24-hours without the use of fever-reducing medications or have confirmation of an alternative diagnosis from a health care provider that explains the COVID-19 like symptoms.
● Students with symptoms that have had direct exposure to a person with COVID-19 will be considered probable cases and should remain excluded from school until a health care provider determines you are healthy to return to school.
● A student who is quarantined, following close contact with a case, may not return to school until cleared to do so by the DOH or a health care provider. A negative test obtained prior to the end of quarantine does not clear an individual for return. The entire quarantine period must be completed.
● Students will have a variety of educational options (e.g., blended learning, online learning, hybrid learning model, etc.) available to them to customize their learning and education during this time.
When and how will families be notified of confirmed staff or student illness or exposure and resulting changes to the local Health and Safety Plan?
● The District will follow Department of Health guidelines of when and how to notify families of confirmed cases.
Which stakeholders will be trained on protocols for monitoring student and staff health? When and how will the training be provided? How will preparedness to implement as a result of the training be measured?
● School nurses, administrators, and other school staff assigned screening responsibilities.
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 ● Training can occur remotely (e.g. webinar, Zoom, etc.) or in person (e.g., using district staff, vendor staff, etc.).
● Training will be updated and staff notified when new information becomes available.
        Action Steps under Yellow Action Steps under Green Lead Individual Materials, Resources, Requirements Phase Phase and Position and or Supports
Needed
PD Required (Y/N)
            * Monitoring students and staff for symptoms and history of exposure
   Parents/guardians are required to take the child's temperature before leaving for school in the morning & staff required to do the same.
Temperature checks for students and staff before entering school buildings including the Administration Building.
Temperature checks will be conducted for visitors before entering any school buildings including the Administration Building.
If a student shows any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 during the school day, they will be referred to the school nurse for evaluation.
Staff may consult with the school nurse as needed.
Specific staff plans for those becoming ill during the school day will be designed by building principals and school nurses.
 Parents/guardians are required to take the child's temperature before leaving for school in the morning & staff required to do the same.
If a student shows any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 during the school day, they will be referred to the school nurse for evaluation.
Temperature checks for students and staff before entering school buildings including the Administration Building.
Temperature checks will be conducted for visitors before entering any school buildings including the Administration Building.
Provide education to students, staff, and families.
Staff may consult with the school nurse as needed.
Specific staff plans for those becoming ill during the school day will be designed by building principals and school nurses.
     School Nurses Building Principals Building Secretaries District Families
       Provide education to students, staff, and families
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     * Isolating or quarantining students, staff, or visitors if they become sick or demonstrate a history of exposure
   Provide a separate location in the building for students to wait to be picked up from school.
Require a face mask/face covering to be worn by the student and staff.
Proper cleaning and disinfecting guidelines will be followed.
Follow PA DOH guidelines for contacting them regarding COVID-19 cases.
Specific staff plans for those becoming ill during the school day will be designed by building principals and school nurses.
 Provide a separate location in the building for students to wait to be picked up from school.
Require a face mask/face covering to be worn by the student and staff.
Proper cleaning and disinfecting guidelines will be followed.
Follow PA DOH guidelines for contacting them regarding COVID-19 cases.
Specific staff plans for those becoming ill during the school day will be designed by building principals and school nurses.
     School Nurses Building Principals Building Secretaries
          * Returning isolated or quarantined staff, students, or visitors to school
     Follow CDC/ PA DOH guidelines
Follow specific cleaning and safety protocols
Follow Readmittance Policy
Coordinate with PA DOH to define appropriate procedures and timelines.
Coordinate with School Nurses to define procedures and any school needs.
Upon return to school, the Temporary Exclusion Form must be returned to the nurse.
   Follow CDC/ PA DOH guidelines
Follow specific cleaning and safety protocols
Follow Readmittance Policy
Coordinate with PA DOH to define appropriate procedures and timelines.
Coordinate with School Nurses to define procedures and any school needs.
Upon return to school, the Temporary Exclusion Form must be returned to the nurse.
       School Nurses Custodians
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       Upon return to school any electronic devices must be returned to IT for cleaning.
   Upon return to school any electronic devices must be returned to IT for cleaning.
           Notifying staff, families, and the public of school closures and within-school-year changes in safety protocols
 Follow PA DOH guidelines.
Utilize Sapphire/Student Management System to send out communications to students, parents, families, and staff.
Follow PA DOH guidelines.
Utilize Sapphire/Student Management System to send out communications to students, parents, families, and staff.
    Superintendent Building Principals
    Other monitoring and screening practices
    Must follow CDC and PA DOH guidelines for traveling and self quarantine guidelines.
   Must follow CDC and PA DOH guidelines for traveling and self quarantine guidelines.
   Superintendent Building Principals
       Other Considerations for Students and Staff
Key Questions
● What is the local policy/procedure regarding face coverings for staff? What is the policy/procedure for students?
● What special protocols will you implement to protect students and staff at higher risk for severe illness?
● How will you ensure enough substitute teachers are prepared in the event of staff illness?
● How will the LEA strategically deploy instructional and non-instructional staff to ensure all students have access to quality learning
opportunities, as well as supports for social emotional wellness at school and at home?
Summary of Responses to Key Questions:
What is the local policy/procedure regarding face coverings for staff? What is the policy/procedure for students?
● All students, staff, and visitors must wear face masks/face coverings when in any school buildings if they are over the age of 2.
● All staff members will be provided with face shields for instances when close contact with students is necessary and a cloth face covering
will not suffice.
● Students arriving at the bus stop or school without a proper face mask/face covering will have one provided to them.
● Face masks/face coverings must be worn entering and exiting school buildings and in common areas (e.g., hallways, cafeteria, etc.).
● Staff and students with a validated medical condition(s) by a medical provider/physician do not need to wear face coverings.
What special protocols will you implement to protect students and staff at higher risk for severe illness?
● Students and staff will be required to pre-screen for COVID-19 symptoms at home before coming to school.
● Staff will perform a self-temperature check with a digital thermometer before entering the school building.
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 ● Students will be temperature screened with a digital thermometer upon arrival to school before going to classrooms.
● Any staff or student with a temperature close to 100.4 will have their temperature validated in the nurse’s office with an oral thermometer.
● Students with medical, mental health, and/or disabilities that are documented by a physician/medical provider will be placed on a 504 plan.
● Staff with medical and/or disabilities that are documented by a physician/medical provider will be offered accommodations to the greatest
extent possible under ADA.
How will you ensure enough substitute teachers are prepared in the event of staff illness?
● Plan to employ 4-full time, day-to-day substitute teachers for the 2020-2021 school year to minimize the number of outside substitute teachers in district buildings.
● Teachers may be asked to cover for absent staff during Plan periods or TBA’s throughout the day to reduce the number of outside substitute teachers needed in district buildings.
● Continue to work with Source-4-Teachers, who provide the district with substitute teachers.
How will the LEA strategically deploy instructional and non-instructional staff to ensure all students have access to quality learning opportunities, as well as support for social emotional wellness at school and at home?
● Instruction will be individualized and customized as much as possible, using district staff to best support all students.
● District will continue using Second Step in Grades K-8 for student social and emotional learning and well-being.
● School counselors and other district staff have been trained in Trauma Informed Instruction and Instructional Practices.
● PBIS and SAP will be utilized to support student social emotional wellness.
● School counselors will continue to check-in with students that have existing or are experiencing social emotional struggles.
         Action Steps under Yellow Action Steps under Green Lead Individual Materials, Resources, Requirements Phase Phase and Position and or Supports
Needed
PD Required (Y/N)
     * Protecting students and staff at higher risk for severe illness
    Defer to medical providers and/or physicians regarding high risk students/staff for PPE and school entry.
Flexible attendance for students.
Staff attendance policies will include flexible attendance language.
 Defer to medical providers and/or physicians regarding high risk students/staff for PPE and school entry.
Flexible attendance for students.
Staff attendance policies will include flexible attendance language.
      School Nurses Special Education Dir Building Principals
       * Use of face coverings (masks or face shields) by all staff
    All staff are required to wear masks/face coverings/face shields when in classrooms or common areas (e.g., main office, nurse
   All staff are required to wear masks/face coverings/face shields when in classrooms or common areas (e.g., main office, nurse
   Building Principals
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        office, hallways, etc.) when social distancing is not possible.
Staff required to wear a mask/face covering while in the hall during class change.
 office, hallways, etc.) when social distancing is not possible.
Staff required to wear a mask/face covering while in the hall during class change.
           * Use of face coverings (masks or face shields) by older students (as appropriate)
     Students required to wear a mask/face covering while in the hall during class change.
Students required to wear masks on district provided transportation.
    Students required to wear a mask/face covering while in the hall during class change.
Students required to wear masks on district provided transportation.
    Building Principals
        Unique safety protocols for students with complex needs or other vulnerable individuals
   Defer to medical providers/health care physicians regarding high risk students and staff for PPE and school entry.
Flexible attendance for students.
  Defer to medical providers/health care physicians regarding high risk students and staff for PPE and school entry.
Flexible attendance for students.
  School Nurses Special Education Dir Building Principals
    Strategic As needed. As needed. Building Principals deployment of staff Central Office Admins
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  Health and Safety Plan Professional Development
The success of your plan for a healthy and safe reopening requires all stakeholders to be prepared with the necessary knowledge and skills to implement the plan as intended. For each item that requires professional development, document the following components of your professional learning plan.
● Topic: List the content on which the professional development will focus.
● Audience: List the stakeholder group(s) who will participate in the professional learning activity.
● Lead Person and Position: List the person or organization that will provide the professional learning.
● Session Format: List the strategy/format that will be utilized to facilitate participant learning.
● Materials, Resources, and or Supports Needed: List any materials, resources, or support required to implement the requirement.
● Start Date: Enter the date on which the first professional learning activity for the topic will be offered.
● Completion Date: Enter the date on which the last professional learning activity for the topic will be offered.
          Lead Person and Session Materials, Resources, Completion Topic Audience Position Format and or Supports Start Date Date
Needed
   Proper use of student face masks/face coverings
      Students
 Teacher(s)
      Direct Instruction & Modeling
       First Day of School
   Ongoing
 Proper use of staff face masks/face coverings
  District Staff
   School Nurse
    Direct Instruction & Modeling
       August and/or September
    Ongoing
   Disinfecting Equipment (Bipolar Ionization, UV Lights)
    Necessary School Staff, Custodians, & Maintenance
Director of Facilities & Maintenance
    Direct Instruction, Hands-On, & Modeling
    As soon as installed
 Ongoing
   Proper Hand Washing Protocol
      Students & District Staff
 School Nurse & Classroom Teachers
      Direct Instruction & Modeling
       First Day of School
   Ongoing
   Social Distancing
      Students & District Staff
 School Nurse & Classroom Teachers
      Direct Instruction & Modeling
       First Day of School
   Ongoing
   Monitoring Symptoms & Exposure of COVID-19
      District Staff & Student Families
 School Nurse, Classroom Teachers, & Building Principals
      Direct Instruction
       Prior to the First Day of School
   Ongoing
 Isolation & Quarantine Procedures
  School Nurses, Teachers, & Administration
  School Nurse
   Direct Instruction
     Prior to the First Day of School
   August 25, 2020
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  Cleaning, sanitizing, disinfecting, & ventilating classrooms and other learning spaces/student materials
 Custodial Staff, Maintenance, Administration, & Classroom Teachers
  Director of Facilities & Maintenance
   Direct Instruction & Modeling
     Prior to FIrst Day of School
   Ongoing
   Sports/Physical Education Classes/Recess Safety Measures and Protocol
    Faculty, District Staff, Parents, Students, & Community
Superintendent, Athletic Director, & Physical Education Teachers
    Direct Instruction
BEASD Return to Sports Health & Safety Plan
Guidance for all sports permitted during COVID-19 to ensure the safety and health of District employees and athletes.
    First Day of Practice
 Ongoing
 Familiarization of BEA’s Phased School Reopening Health and Safety Plan
  Faculty & District Staff
  Superintendent & Administration
   Direct Instruction
  BEASD Phases School Reopening Health & Safety Plan
   Prior to First Day of School
   Ongoing
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  Health and Safety Plan Communications
Timely and effective family and caregiver communication about health and safety protocols and schedules will be critical. Schools should be particularly mindful that frequent communications are accessible in non-English languages and to all caregivers (this is particularly important for children residing with grandparents or other kin or foster caregivers). Additionally, LEAs should establish and maintain ongoing communication with local and state authorities to determine current mitigation levels in your community.
       Topic Audience Lead Person and Mode of Communications Start Date Completion Position Date
   Athletic Health and Safety Plan
      All Students, Families, and District Staff
    Athletic Director
 Email, Letter, Website, One Call, Text, Facebook Post
      TBD
   Ongoing
   District Health and Safety Plan
      All Students, Families, and District Staff
    Superintendent & Administrators
 Email, Letter, Website, One Call, Text, Facebook Post
      TBD
   Ongoing
 Periodic Parent Updates
  All Students, Families, and District Staff
     Superintendent
    Email, Letter, Website, One Call, Text, Facebook Post
    August, 2020
    June 2021
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 Health and Safety Plan Summary: Bald Eagle Area School District
Anticipated Launch Date: August 25, 2020 District Policies:
● 110
● 121
● 122
● 123
● 124
● 200
● 201
● 203
● 204
● 207
● 209
● 209.1
● 210
● 216
● 217
● 224
● 236
● 239
● 246
● 249
● 703
● 705
● 704
● 705
● 707
● 709
● 804
● 805
● 808
● 810
● 815
● 815-A
● 819
● 908
Instructional Supplies
Field Trips
Extracurricular Activities
Athletic Programs
Alternative Instruction Methods
Enrollment in District
Admissions of Students
Immunization and Communicable Diseases Attendance
Confidential Communication of Students Health Examinations/Screening
Student Accident/Illness
Use of Medication
Student Records
Graduation Requirements
Care of School Property
Student Assistance Program
Foreign Exchange Student
Student Wellness
Bullying/Cyberbullying
Sanitary Management
Safety
Maintenance
Safety
Use of School Facilities
Building Security
School Day
Emergency Preparedness
Food Service
Transportation
Acceptable Use and Safety of Internet
Attachment
Suicide Prevention and Interventions/Student Crisis Management Guidelines Relations with Parents/Guardians
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 ● 910 Community Engagement
● 917 Parental/Family Engagement
Health and Safety Plan Governing Body Affirmation Statement
The Board of Directors/Trustees for the Bald Eagle Area School District reviewed and approved the Phased School Reopening Health and Safety Plan on July 30, 2020.
The plan was approved by a vote of: Yes
No
Affirmed on: July 30, 2020 By:
(Signature* of Board President)
Tina Greene
(Print Name of Board President)
*Electronic signatures on this document are acceptable using one of the two methods detailed below.
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 Option A: The use of actual signatures is encouraged whenever possible. This method requires that the document be printed, signed, scanned, and then submitted.
Option B: If printing and scanning are not possible, add an electronic signature using the resident Microsoft Office product signature option, which is free to everyone, no installation or purchase needed.
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