2020 Summer School and Safety Guidelines

School Arrival and Dismissal | At School Safety | School and Times | Symptom Guidelines

SCHOOL ARRIVAL AND DISMISSAL

Your student should not attend school if they exhibit any of the following symptoms:

• Fever of 100.2 degrees or higher
• Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
• New loss of taste or smell
• Cough or sore throat
• Chills, headache or muscle pain

If symptoms are present at school:

• Student will be removed from classroom and parents notified to pick up immediately
• Family of classmates will be notified

Visitors, arrival & dismissal procedures:

• No visitors in school buildings
• If picking up during school hours, call the school ahead of time and your student will be brought out to you
• Arrival and dismissal plans will be shared with families by the principal prior to the start of summer school

Plans for all buildings will include:

Parents/guardians stay in vehicles at arrival & dismissal. Students report directly to the classroom.

AT SCHOOL

• Daily temperature check for staff and students prior to drop off
• Per Jackson County, masks are required unless a student has a medical exemption
• Water fountains will be off limits. Students need to bring a labeled water bottle
• No large assemblies or field trips will take place
• No shared equipment without proper sanitization (computers, electronics, calculators, manipulatives and other items students contact)
• Class sizes will be restricted to observe social distancing
• Health and hygiene training provided for staff and students
• Additional hand sanitizing stations will be made available through the school

Lunch Time

• Students will wash their hands before and after lunch
• Food items will be individually packaged
• Students will eat lunch in the classrooms

Recess

• Students wash hands before and after recess
• Swings and playground equipment will be off limits
* All guidelines subject to change with Federal, State, County and City regulations.

2020 Summer School
July 13 – July 31

Elementary Schools

Pre-Kindergarten - Grade 4
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

CHAPEL LAKES: 874-3600 (PRE-K - 1st GRADES)
DELTA WOODS: 874-3580 (2nd, 3rd, 4th GRADES)
FRANKLIN SMITH: 874-3640
JOHN NOWLIN: 874-3670
JAMES LEWIS: 874-3650
JAMES WALKER: 874-3660
THOMAS ULTICAN: 874-3710
WILLIAM BRYANT: 874-3730
LUCY FRANKLIN: 874-3690

Middle School

Session 1 - 8:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.
Session 2 - 11:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

PAUL KINDER: 874-3560

High School

Session 1 - 7:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.
Session 2 - 11:15 A.m. to 2:30 p.m.

BSHS FRESHMAN CAMPUS: 874-3440

SYMPTOM GUIDELINES

If student has a temperature of 100.2° f or greater when tested upon arrival at school:

• Student will remain in car
• Student will not be allowed to enter building
• Any students with symptoms of COVID-19 may not return to school for 14 days after the first symptom appears and the student must be symptom and fever-free at least three days
• Parents of students in the class will be notified

If a student develops a fever of 100.2° f or greater during the day at school:

• Student will be isolated
• Parents will be notified and expected to take their student home within 30 minutes
• Any students with symptoms of COVID-19 may not return to school for 14 days after the first symptom appears and the student must be symptom and fever-free at least three days
• Parents of students in the class will be notified

If a student develops symptoms that are similar to COVID-19 with no fever:

• Student will be isolated
• Parents will be notified and expected to take student home within 30 minutes
• Student may return the following day if they are symptom and fever-free