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Reopening HASD Plan Overview To safely reopen, schools must consider risk mitigation and health factors. HASD will use: Social distancing, facial covering, and building access to only students and employees Increased cleaning and

  1. Reopening HASD Plan Overview To safely reopen, schools must consider risk mitigation and health factors. HASD will use: • Social distancing, facial covering, and building access to only students and employees • Increased cleaning and disinfecting procedures • Various instructional delivery methods – On and off campus

  2. Goals to Reopening • Keep students and staff physically safe by using appropriate infection-control and mitigation procedures • Care for the social-emotional and mental health needs of students and staff • Provide a comprehensive education for all learners • Meet the needs of every student by considering the unique experiences of students • Design flexibility into processes and procedures due to the changing public health environment

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  6. WI DPI Guidance Categories for Reopening HASD Plan Governance School Operations School Libraries Technology Special Education Infection-control and Mitigation English Learners School Safety / Mental health Gifted and Talented Teaching and Learning Out-of-school Time Programs

  7. High School Identify families that choose to learn virtually. Assure they have the necessary resources Communicate the re-opening plan to students, parents, and community Schedule parent, student, and community forums (monthly) Governance Middle Schools Define roles and responsibilities for staff Use continuous improvement model to address need and problem solve District Teaching students' expectations related to social distancing / sanitation through classroom procedures, passing times, and lunches Survey stakeholders to ensure vision is aligned with local values and needs Elementary Schools Develop professional development plan for staff Elementary principals have worked together to review district recommendations Determine communication plan for district and procedures. Continual monitoring and revision of pandemic Site based teams will serve as school-level pandemic response committees and plan as needed will be utilized throughout the year. Pandemic plan is monitored by overall School Schedules will reflect new procedures and processes to support social distancing and a healthy elementary environment. Safety team

  8. High School Distribute large groups of students • Commons • Study Hall • Before and After School School Operations Develop department specific safety plans Establish rooms and procedures for potential illness District Middle Schools Keep our students and staff safe and in school: Enrollment process for families to choose on site or • Traffic pattern plan online learning • Lunch plan • Large class plan (band, choir, PE, etc.) Suspension of district attendance policies • Bathrooms • Plan to address staffing assignments and other Entrance to and exiting of the building • Blended/virtual learning needs • After school activities / athletics Visitation suspended on district sites during school Elementary Schools day In-school procedures to support cohort groups, movement throughout the Computer and Internet options for students in need building, and student interactions will be in place. Ongoing communication outlining the plan and its implementation will be provided to stakeholders. Adjustments of food services program A well-rounded education in elementary includes all academic areas: Reading, Staff travel for professional development is Writing, Word Study, Math, Science, Social Studies, Social Emotional Learning, suspended Art, Music, Physical Education, and World Language.

  9. High School Ensure we have inventory and track for virtual learners Continue to educate and enhance classroom delivery and offerings in Canvas Technology Maintain and troubleshoot student technology issues Middle Schools District IT help line Work with the library media specialist to access Common School Utilize Canvas platform for consistency Funds to provide for student needs. Digital Citizenship and BYOD instruction Prepare resources for at school and at home learner needs. Staff PD for online teaching Create professional development plans based upon needs identified. Coordinate with district leadership to identify staff that can assist with Elementary Schools device management and extended technology support. Communicate frequently with families regarding technology use in the Canvas will be used as an instructional platform for both in person learning building. Provide technical support for families and students. and distance learning. Continuously monitor and document device return process. Review Limited sharing of supplies and electronic devices will occur with cleaning issue tracking and inventory results frequently. protocols. Identify chronic technology issues that arose during the school closure Schools will utilize the HASD IT plan for device distribution to support period and use them to adjust the district technology plan. virtual learning.

  10. High School Facility changes to eliminate high frequency touch spots. • bathrooms • classroom doors • bottle fillers Infection Control Install desk shields in high volume student areas Clean and sanitize all workspaces hourly and Mitigation • computers • weight equipment Middle Schools District Visual Reminders around building Use Risk Assessment Guide to ensure student and staff safety Regular cleaning intervals Identification of COVID mitigation spaces Staff required to wear facial covering and students encouraged Social distancing, assigned seating, encouragement of mask wearing Provide parent and student education on the importance of protective measures Elementary Schools Physical barriers provided for bus drivers and office staff Students will remain in classroom cohorts for the majority of the day. Lunch and recess are modified to include only one grade level at a time. Sanitizer and wipes available for every classroom Carpets and mats will be taken out of classrooms to increase social distancing. Identified safety areas for all ill students and staff Each school will have an isolation station for ill children and a separate location for first- aid or medication distribution. Contact tracing procedures identified Students will be encouraged to wear protective equipment and face coverings throughout Assigned seating in all school areas the entire day. Waves of infection are expected – plans modified as needed Water filling stations will be installed at all elementary schools to encourage students to bring their own water bottle to school. All drinking fountains will be turn off.

  11. High School Continue E3 screening during first semester TECIP COVID-19 tabletop exercise School Safety Identify students who struggled with online learning and offered supports Mental Health Middle Schools Continued use of E3 process District Continued use of TECIP process Increased mental health and behavioral needs anticipated – safe and Virtual access to counselors and resources through Canvas supportive learning environments will be provided Identify how different groups of students may have been impacted Review social emotional learning needs and expectations frequently Elementary Schools A focus on Social Emotional Learning will continue in our school settings. Mental health screening at universal level k-12 No field trips, speakers, non-essential visitors (lunch, volunteer, WATCH Dogs Monitor district level data frequently (attendance, academic, etc...) will be permitted. and behavior) Open House and Parent Teacher Conferences will be held virtually. Provide and refresh mental health literacy for all staff Established school teams will identify and support mental health needs of Review mandated reporting requirements with staff students and adults.


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