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COVID-19 Information

Reopening Our Schools

For more information about our process to Reopen Our Schools this fall, please click here.

COVID19 Communication

The health and safety of our students and staff is our highest priority this school year. We believe in actively communicating with our families, and that is why we are bringing you this NEW family newsletter so that we can continue the discussion around health and safety in our schools. 

Staying Connected & Disinfected _ August 2020

Face Covering Requirement

UPDATE: All students, staff, and authorized visitors 5 years old and older must wear a cloth face covering on school grounds and on the bus through December 31, 2020 or until repealed. Exceptions include when outside while six feet apart, while eating or drinking, or for individuals with documented medical conditions, intellectual or developmental disabilities, mental health conditions, other sensory sensitivities, or have trouble breathing are exempt from the face covering requirement.

Face Covering Guidelines, September 2020

Request for a Face Mask Accommodation


COVID-19: Health & Safety FAQs

How is COVID-19 spread?

The virus that causes COVID-19 is thought to spread from person-to-person, mainly through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. These droplets can land in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lungs. Spread is more likely when people are in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet).

What are the symptoms of COVID-19?

Fever (at least 100.4°F), Chills, Cough, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, Fatigue, Muscle or body aches, Headache, New loss of taste or smell, Sore throat, Congestion or runny nose, Nausea or vomiting, Diarrhea *Information is from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Does my child have to wear a face-covering at school?

UPDATE: All students, staff, and authorized visitors 5 years old and older must wear a cloth face covering on school grounds and on the bus through December 31, 2020 or until repealed. Exceptions include when outside while six feet apart, while eating or drinking, or for individuals with documented medical conditions, intellectual or developmental disabilities, mental health conditions, other sensory sensitivities, or have trouble breathing are exempt from the face covering requirement.

Will my child’s temperature be taken at school?

Student temperatures will be taken in the classroom upon entry and the following lunch. If a student exhibits a temperature of 100.4 degrees or more, the student will go to the safety area for further screening and parent contact.

We need your help, too!

Here is what you can do at home to help keep your student and yourself healthy.

  • Help them wash their hands often.
  • Help them avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Remind them to stay 6 feet apart from other people outside of their household.
  • Remind/encourage those who are able to do so safely to cover their mouth and nose with a cloth face cover when they are around others. Some people cannot wear a cloth face-covering safely. Cloth face coverings should not be placed on children under age 2, anyone who has trouble breathing, or anyone who is unable to remove the covering without assistance. In addition to medical considerations, individuals may fear racial profiling or discrimination based on wearing – or not wearing – a face covering.
  • Teach them to clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily.

 

Please keep your student home if ill.

It is important for you to keep your child home when they are not feeling well. If you have any questions about whether your student should come to school, the best decision would be to keep them home and contact your health care provider to discuss your concerns. We especially want you to keep your student home from school if they are experiencing any of the following symptoms, if they have been in contact with anyone diagnosed with COVID-19, or if your student has been diagnosed with COVID-19.

If you do not have a doctor, call 211 to be connected to resources that can help you access testing and care. Many clinics in Wisconsin provide services for people with little or no insurance, including free and low cost clinics, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), rural health centers, and tribal health centers


Parent Letters

Copies of parent letters sent home can be found below:

 

Instructional/Grading Updates

  1. COVID-19 Grading Practices (4/17/2020)
  2. COVID-19 Instructional Schedule Changes (4/17/2020)
     

Learning at Home Resources

The District has created a set of webpages to aid parents in assisting their children with getting connected to school resources at home. Please view this link for more information:

  1. Learning at Home - Resources for Parents

 

Prior Written Notice Letters

  1. Hartford Jt. #1 - Prior Written Notice
  2. Hartford Jt. #1 - Prior Written Notice (Spanish)

 

Public Information

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