Positive COVID-19 Case Confirmed in MSAD #46.
Find the link to the letter from Superintendent Jordan on the Home page and COVID-19 page.
Please contact building administration with questions.

COVID-19 Positive Case Community Letters

November 12, 2020 (TCTC)

COVID-19 Positive Case Community Letter

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November 9, 2020 (RVCS Update)

COVID-19 Positive Case Community Letter

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November 8, 2020 (RVCS)

COVID-19 Positive Case Community Letter

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November 4, 2020 (TCTC)

COVID-19 Positive Case Community Letter

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MSAD #46 Return To School Framework and Plan

 

Daily Self-Screening Flowchart

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6 Requirements for Safely Opening Schools in the Fall (via MDOE)

 

    • Adults, including educators and staff, are required to wear a mask/face covering. 
    • Students age four and above are required to wear a mask/face covering that covers their nose and mouth.
    • Masks/face coverings must be worn by all students on the bus.
    • Face shields may be an alternative for those students with documented medical or behavioral challenges who are unable to wear masks/face coverings.
    • The same applies to staff with medical or other health reasons for being unable to wear face coverings. Face shields worn in place of a face covering must extend below the chin and back to the ears.
    • Everyone (students and adults) must maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
    • 6 feet of physical distancing is required for students while eating breakfast and lunch, as students will be unable to wear masks at that time.  
    • A “medical isolation space” (separate from the nurse’s office) must be designated for students/staff who exhibit COVID-19 symptoms during the school day. 
    • Adequate ventilation is required for classrooms, with schools having flexibility in implementation such as using properly working ventilation systems or outdoor air exchange using fans in open windows or doors.
    • Groups in any one area, room, or classroom must not exceed the Governor’s gathering size limits.
    • All students and staff will be provided with two (2) cloth masks.
    • Additional safety precautions are required for school nurses and/or any staff supporting students  in close proximity, when distance is not possible, or when student require physical assistance. These precautions must at a minimum include eye protection (e.g., face shield or goggles) and a mask/face covering.
    • Classrooms and/or areas that have been used by an individual diagnosed with Covid-19 must be closed off until thorough cleaning and sanitization takes place. 
    • All students and staff in a school must receive training in proper hand hygiene. 
    • All students and staff must wash hands or use sanitizing gel upon entering the school, before and after eating, before and after donning or removing a face mask, after using the restroom, before and after use of playgrounds and shared equipment, and upon entering and exiting a school bus.
    • Students (parents/caregivers) and staff members must conduct self-checks for symptoms prior to boarding buses or entering school buildings each day. 
    • Any person showing symptoms must report their symptoms and not be present at school. 
    • Follow the Daily Self-Screening Flowchart, or contact a building administrator for more information.
    • Sick staff members and students must use home isolation until they meet criteria for returning to school.

For Students and Families

COVID-19 Return To School Guidelines

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Power School Unified Classroom

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For Employees

COVID-19 Return To School Guidelines

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Hybrid/Remote Learning Professional Development Resources

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