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  • Lake Lucina Covid-19 Informational Video

     

    Note: This is an on-going Draft of Lake Lucina’s Covid Plans & Policies. Updates are made weekly as new information from the District and State are provided.

    School Cleaning Policies

    • Intensified cleaning and disinfecting of frequently touched areas
    • Staggered groups at the elementary level
    • Custodial staff scheduled will be adjusted to support frequent on ongoing sanitation throughout the day
    • Early Release Days – Duval HomeRoom for deep cleaning of schools

    Signage & Communication

    Signage is a critical component to ensuring all members of the school community understand COVID-19 procedures. Signage options include banners and sandwich boards for entrances and offices as well as stickers to ensure social distancing and appropriate flow of traffic through the school.

     

    coronavirus triangle Please Wait Here

     

    Faculty, Staff, Custodial, SSA, Chartwells Arrival Procedures (7:00 AM-8:00 AM)

    Note: Instructional technology is currently working on an employee app for mobile devices to aid in screenings while maintaining employee privacy

    1. Arrive on time and with your facemask already in place.
    2. Go straight to the front office.
    3. Use the hand sanitizer available.
    4. Have your temperature taken.
    5. Office staff will check you in as being on campus.
    6. Go to your classroom.

     

    Visitor / Volunteers Arrival Procedures (7:00 AM-8:00 AM)

    (Possible reasons for being on campus; MRT, AIT, Admin/Tch Conference)

    1. Arrive with your facemask already in place.
    2. Go straight to the front office.
    3. Use the hand sanitizer available.
    4. Have your temperature taken.
    5. Office staff will check you in as being on campus.
    6. Check with Admin for approval for being on campus.
    7. Go straight to assigned area.

    Classroom Expectations

    • Core Classroom Sizes:
      • Kindergarten – 3rd Grade: 18 students
      • 4th grade – 8th Grade: 22 students
    • Personal Protection
    • Teachers, school-based staff, and students will be provided personal protective equipment
      • Student learning stations (desks, tables, etc.) will be spaced 6 ft apart, where possible
      • Pre-Kindergarten – 2nd grades students will be provided face shields
      • Upper elementary (4th – 5th grade) students will be provided cloth facial coverings
    • Tables
      • Utilize single side shields for tables (except K-3), space tables at least 6 ft
    • Desks
      • Space desks 6 ft apart to maximum extent possible.
      • Rooms that cannot meet desk spacing will utilize two sided shields to separate students
    • Student Safety
      • Students will all have facial coverings to be worn while moving throughout the building
      • District will provide large hand sanitizer bottle with a pump
      • District will provide standard social distancing sign, schools can print/post as needed.
    • Teacher Safety
      • Re-usable face shield
      • Cloth mask
      • Supply of gloves
    • Extra Personal Teacher Belongings & Over-sized Furniture
      • All personal belongings need to be organized on shelves and in the permanent cabinets in the room.
      • All personal over-sized furniture will need to be taken home or sent to Bulls Bay.

    Clinic Procedures

    Call the front office to have an available adult come safely escort the child to the clinic.

     

    Breakfast in the Classroom (BIC) (8:30-8:45)

    Students that choose to receive a breakfast must:

    • Receive all components
    • Be verbally identified and checked off on the roster at the time they receive the meal

    Rosters for these students must:

    • Have a check mark for meals taken by the student’s name on the roster; no other markings, such as X’s; are acceptable
    • Have the teacher’s initials on the bottom of the roster

    COVID Modified A.M. Procedures

    Select Faculty, Patrol Lead, Paraprofessionals and monitors assigned to morning arrival are always required to be on time for duty by 8:00 A.M.

    Parent Expectations of Students with Temperatures / COVID 19 Symptoms

    1. Bring the child home.
    2. Follow district guidelines.

    CDC

     

    CDC recommendations

     

    Quarantine Space

    1. Side Stage with door open to allow for outside air circulation
    2. Open Air Picnic Area

    Tardy Procedures

    Person 1 & 2: (School Monitor & One Office Staff)

    1. Tardies will be taken inside the cafeteria from 8:30-9:00.
    2. One person will write the tardy slip.
    3. One person will take the student temperature.
    4. Based on the results, the student will go home with the parent or be sent to class.
    5. Prior to going to class, the child will use hand sanitizer and there will be a mask check.

    VPK AM Procedures

    Person 1: (VPK Para)

    1. Open the door and temperature check every student before exiting the car.
    2. Based on results, either require the parent to keep the child or send to class.
    3. Have the student going to class use hand sanitizer and ensure their mask is on properly.

    Person 2: (VPK Para)

    1. Log student names with temperatures.
    2. Escort and watch each child enter the correct classroom near the bus loop.

     

    Bus / Van AM Procedures:

    Person 1:

    1. Ensure students exiting the bus use the hand sanitizer and put their face masks on properly.
    2. Check students off as “arrived at school” from the bus/van on the log.

    Person 2:

    1. Temperature check every student.
    2. Based on results, send the student to quarantine or directly to class.
    3. Tag students for quarantine with a colored bracelet.
    4. Have students stand to the side until bus / van has been completed.
    5. Escort students with temperatures to the clinic to have parents called for pick-up.

     

    Bus Guidelines

    CDC guidelines recommend creating social distancing with 1 student per seat and every other row where possible, however fleet size and student ridership requires additional bus capacity to transport students at every level.

    1. Staggered loads and double runs will be utilized to mitigate against overcrowding
    2. Bus capacity will be limited to 2 students per seat
    3. Students will be required to wear facial coverings on the bus
    4. Buses will be equipped with hand sanitizer for student use when boarding and departing the bus
    5. Routes will be scheduled to allow time to disinfect buses between routes and at the end of each day
    6. Elementary and middle student hours may be modified by 30 minutes (except Lowest 300 schools) to allow for adjusted routes. The school hours for select magnet schools may be adjusted to accommodate transportation schedules.

    Bus Seating Assignment

    To control the number of students on each bus, students will be assigned to a specific bus, bus stop and stop time.  This is different than past years when students could ride any bus.

    This year, parents (not students) must sign into FOCUS and register their children to ride the bus. Transportation registration will be available in FOCUS on July 13th.   Once the parent registers their student as a bus rider, the student will be assigned to a bus in approximately 5-7 business days but no earlier than August 4th, parents may sign back into focus to get the specific bus, bus stop and bus time.
    To register for student transportation, parents must have a parent account in FOCUS. The address on file for your student(s) will be used for bus assignment.  The parent link to register for a FOCUS account can be found on the Districts website.

    Parents will need to visit their student’s school and provide proof of residency documents to update the primary address.   

    • The goal is for 1 student to be assigned per seat when feasible.
    • This will not be possible on all routes. Students may have to sit more than one to a seat. 
    • If students must sit more than one to a seat, we ask that family members, from the same household be seated together first.
    • The next level of student seat assignments will be to seat students together who share the same class. – This will require assistance from the staff at the school level.
    • Students will be required to wear a face covering while riding a school bus. Students with a medical condition, who are not able to wear a face covering could be exempt from this requirement and may wear a plastic face shield.

    AM Patrol Procedures

    Person 1: (Patrol Lead)

    1. Patrol lead will meet the students outside the black gate at 7:50 AM to take their temperature.
    2. Based on results, the student will be sent to quarantine or to post.
    3. Results will be logged and provided to the front office.
    4. Patrols will sanitize their hands and then report to post.
    5. All patrols will wear a face-mask.
    6. All patrols will maintain social distancing while on post.
    7. Patrol Posts (Bus Loop, Black Gate, Group Bathrooms/water fountain, Walker Gate, Building 1,2,3,4 side-walks)

     

    AM Walker Procedures:

    Person 1: 

    1. Begin at 8:00 AM.
    2. Temperature check every student as they walk up to the school in a designated area.
    3. Based on results, send the student to quarantine or directly to class.
    4. Log student name and temperature.
    5. Place wrist band on the student.

    Person 2: 

    1. Escort students with temperatures to the clinic to have parents called for pick-up.

     

    AM Car Rider Procedures

    Person 1 & 2: (Administration)

    1. Open the door and temperature check every student before exiting the car.
    2. Based on results, either require the parent to keep the child or send to class.
    3. Have the student going to class use hand sanitizer and ensure their mask is on properly.

     

    Afternoon Personnel Expectations

    1. Pick up all necessary materials; gloves, masks, hand sanitizer, bus/van logs, walkie, etc..
    2. After dismissal ends, return all materials to the front office.

     

    Early Check-out Procedures

    1. Guardian will use the buzzer to announce reason for being on campus.
    2. The video monitor will be used to ensure the guardian in wearing a face mask.
    3. Guardian will be allowed into the front office.
    4. Guardian will be asked to use the hand sanitizer available.
    5. The guardian will have their temperature taken.
    6. Office staff will check ID and check out the student.
    7. The student will be called to the office.
    8. Two other students will escort the child to the office.

     

    PM Patrol Procedures

    Person 1: (Patrol Lead)

    1. Patrols will report to post by 2:50 PM.
    2. Patrols will maintain social distancing within their post.
    3. Patrols will wear face-masks at all times.
    4. Patrols will return equipment by 3:10 and sanitize their hands.
    5. Patrol Posts (Bus Loop, Black Gate, Group Bathrooms/water fountain, Walker Gate, Building 1,2,3,4 side-walks)

     

    PM VPK Pick-up

    Person 1:

    1. Ensure all students have their masks on.
    2. Collect all Face Guards to keep in the classroom.
    3. Monitor students as they are being called on a walkie.

    Person 2: 

    1. Walkie for students as parents arrive.
    2. Load cars.

    PM Bus/Van Procedures

    Note: Students will remain in their rooms until called using TEAMS.

    Person 1 & 2:  

    1. Call the Bus Number or Van Name on the TEAMS App.
    2. Students walk from their rooms to the bus/van loop.
    3. Check the log as students load onto the van.
    4. Check that each child is wearing their mask and social distancing is being practiced (No more than 2 to a seat).

    PM Car Rider

    Note: Students will remain in their rooms and students will be called using the Walkie on Channel 1. Students will walk themselves to the car loading area. Patrols and Staff will be in the hallways to direct students.

    Person 1:

    1. Call students over the Walkie in the order in which cars arrive in the car line.

    Person 2, 3, 4, & 5: Load cars as students arrive.

    1. Remind parents to have their child arrive back at school with their mask.

    PM Walkers:

    Note: Walkers will be called at 2:50 so they are gone before most car riders are called.  K-3 students will be escorted. 4-5 students will walk themselves to the gates next to the Library.

    Person 1:

    1. Walk the K-1 students to the gate next to the library. Release as soon as you arrive.

    Person 2:

    1. Walk the 2-3 students to the gate next to the library. Release as soon as you arrive.

    PM Left Over Students

    All left over students will be escorted to the main hallway to sit spaced apart against the wall while parents are called.

    Group Bathrooms:

    1. All classes will follow the master schedule for group bathroom breaks.
    2. All students should have a mask to use the bathroom.
    3. Students using the bathrooms should immediately wash their hands and/or sanitizer.
    4. Group bathrooms will be sanitized after each class.

    Common Area Walk-Ways

    Note: There will be Sandwich board signage at all major entrances, exits, common areas, posters in multiple locations throughout schools promoting social distancing, and Signage promoting right of way.

    1. All students exiting a classroom are expected to use hand sanitizer.
    2. All students should walk with a mask and/or face guard.
    3. All students will be expected to walk to the right of the sidewalk.
    4. Red STOPPING lines will be used to communicate to students when and where to stop and wait for the teacher to catch up.
    5. If another class is coming down the hallway, the class closest to the grass should step a safe distance away from the sidewalk.

    Recess Expectations

    1. Students will be expected to bring their own water bottles to fill up using the water fountain. All water bottles will have student names in permanent marker.
    2. All grade levels will have assigned times and areas for recess.
    • VPK Playground: VPK Students
    • Play Ground 1: KG & 1st Grade 
    • Play Ground 2: 2nd & 3rd Grade
    • Picnic Area: 5th Grade
    • Area behind the Media Center: 4th Grade
    1. Students will be expected to social distance while playing. (hands off each other, no tag games)
    2. Teachers are expected to strategically space apart in order to effectively monitor students.

    Cafeteria Lunch Expectations

    1. All students enter the cafeteria through the main door.
    2. All students must have their mask on.
    3. All students will follow the lines on the floor showing specific stopping points for students to social distance as the wait to go through the lunch line.
    4. All food will be placed on trays by the café staff. (NO students can touch food.)
    5. Students will be seated 5 students per table, with a X marked on their spot to encourage students not to slide back and forth.
    6. The lunch table schedule allows for time to sanitize in between each class.