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Daily Tickets, Face Masks, and Keeping our kids healthy
Daily Tickets, Face Masks, and Keeping our kids healthy
Savannah R3
Friday, August 21, 2020

Tickets, Masks, and Computers ... oh my!  

Keeping track of all the information available right now is no easy task!  We do our best to keep everything as up to date as possible on our website, but just in case you need a little reminder, the FAQ below should help.  

Does my student need a daily health screening ticket to enter the building?

No, we are asking all parents to sign and return the Daily Home Screening Guidelines just once as an agreement to do their part to help stop the spread of COIVD-19.  

Does my student need a mask? 

All 6th - 12th grade students will be required to wear a mask in the hallways and in classes where social distancing isn't possible.  

Elementary students will be required to wear a mask on the bus and for School Aged Childcare.  Some schools are also requiring a mask for dismissal.  Best practice is to plan for your elementary student to wear a mask when they enter and exit the building.  

Early Learning Center students will not be required to wear a mask, unless they are a bus rider.  

Can I walk my child in on the first day of school? 

No, sorry!  We hate this rule as much as you do but it's in the best interest of our student and staff safety.  

My Virtual Learner still needs a computer, when do I pick it up? 

Virtual Learning equipment checkout was today, Friday, August 21st.  If you missed it, please contact your home building to make arrangements for your student.  

COVID Related Early Outs! 

In light of the current pandemic, it is possible that school will need to be dismissed early due to a positive case or potential exposure.  In the event that this should happen parents should have a plan in place for picking up their child from school.  Any student believed to be exposed to the positive case will NOT be allowed on district provided transportation.  School Age Childcare will also not be provided in this scenario.  

Check out these First Day of School Checklists! 

K-5 In-Person Learners 

6-12 In-Person Learners

K-5 Virtual Learners

6-12 Virtual Learners