Everyone (students and adults) should 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 appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).
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.