Reopening FAQ 2020
Q: What is the maximum number of students to be assigned to an eLearning teacher?
A: Leveling of classes will be addressed after receiving the online parent survey.
Q: Will the school day be full regular hours?
Q: Will outdoor recess be allowed?
A: Recess will be allowed when appropriate.
Q: What is the time frame that parents have to make a choice for online vs in person option?
A: Parents need to make their decision by July 17, 2020.
Q: Will students bring backpacks to school? If so, how will we sanitize items inside the backpacks such as homework, books, etc.?
A: Students will be allowed to bring backpacks; however, it is the responsibility of the parent to sanitize all materials inside the backpack.
Q: How will supplies work? Will each student need to have their own supplies daily?
A: Students will still need to bring specified supplies to school daily. There will be no sharing of supplies.
Q: For virtual learning, do we expect students to stay in front of a computer for the entire day?
A: According to TEA the online curriculum must be the same as the face-to-face learning option.
Q: How will attendance work for those who are online?
A: Recording of attendance will be followed according to the TEA guidelines.
Q: Will students be allowed to wear their personal face mask or only the face masks that are provided by the district?
A: Students will be allowed both options. Face shields and face masks will be required.
Q: Will the students be taking the face shields home for disinfecting or will they be kept at the school?
A: The operational plan is being developed and will be shared soon.
Q: Who will provide accommodations for online sped students?
A: Special education and general education teachers will work together to provide accommodations to students.
Q: Will parents be required to sign a contract (expectations) before the student is allowed in the building?
A: No; however, parents and students are expected to follow all campus guidelines and expectations.