Return to School Plan Fall 2020 - Division plans will evolve as required by emerging health risk assessments - Good Spirit School ...

 
Return to School Plan Fall 2020 - Division plans will evolve as required by emerging health risk assessments - Good Spirit School ...
Return to School Plan
               Fall 2020

Division plans will evolve as required by emerging health risk assessments

                                                                    August 1, 2020
Return to School Plan Fall 2020 - Division plans will evolve as required by emerging health risk assessments - Good Spirit School ...
Table of Contents
Intended Audience .................................................................................................................................................... 4
Background ............................................................................................................................................................... 4
Safety Provisions ....................................................................................................................................................... 5
 School Operations ............................................................................................................................................................... 5
 Division Considerations ....................................................................................................................................................10
    Prekindergarten/PPEP and Kindergarten ....................................................................................................................10
 School Level Plan ..............................................................................................................................................................18
    Prekindergarten/PPEP and Kindergarten ....................................................................................................................18
    Grades 1 to 6 .................................................................................................................................................................19
 School Level Plans .............................................................................................................................................................25
    Grades 1 to 6 .................................................................................................................................................................25
    Grades 7 to 9 .................................................................................................................................................................26
 School Level Plans .............................................................................................................................................................32
    Grades 7 to 9 .................................................................................................................................................................32
    Grades 10 to 12 .............................................................................................................................................................33
 School Level Plans .............................................................................................................................................................38
    Grades 10 to 12 .............................................................................................................................................................38
Appendixes ..............................................................................................................................................................39
Appendix A Altered Timetables .......................................................................................................................................39
 Appendix B Students With Additional Needs ..................................................................................................................44
 Appendix C Essential Learning Outcomes ........................................................................................................................52
 Appendix D Practical Applied Arts ...................................................................................................................................59
    Food Studies ..................................................................................................................................................................59
    Nutrition Programs .......................................................................................................................................................59
    Automotive/Construction/Autobody ..........................................................................................................................59
    Welding .........................................................................................................................................................................60
    Machining......................................................................................................................................................................60
 Appendix E Physical Education .........................................................................................................................................62
 Appendix F Arts Education ...............................................................................................................................................64
 Appendix G Transportation Considerations ....................................................................................................................66
 Appendix H Driver Education Guidelines .........................................................................................................................67
    Driver Education Appendix A .......................................................................................................................................69
 Appendix I Table Washing Procedure ..............................................................................................................................70
 Appendix J Diapering and Handwashing..........................................................................................................................71
 Appendix K School Bus Seating Plan ................................................................................................................................73
 Appendix L Human Resources ..........................................................................................................................................74
    HR Considerations for Returning to Work as part of the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan ............................................75

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Know When Not to Come to School.............................................................................................................................75
   What is GSSD doing to keep employees and students safe? ......................................................................................76
   GSSD Employees Have a Right to Safety ......................................................................................................................77
   Frequently Asked Questions About My Return to Work ............................................................................................79
Appendix M Mental Health Preparedness and Supports – Trauma-Informed Practice.................................................83
Appendix N Outdoor Sports and Activities Guidelines....................................................................................................84
Appendix O Guidelines for the Preschool and Parent Education Program (PPEP) .........................................................85
Appendix P Guidelines for Early Years Community Partners in GSSD Facilities .............................................................87

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Intended Audience
•       This document is intended for Division & school personnel.
•       Communication plans will be developed by the Division, intended for a broader audience, before September 1, 2020.
•       GSSD has shared the Return to School Fall 2020 document with local health official, Dr. Ashok Chhetri, as directed by the Government of Saskatchewan.

Background
The Government of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Health officials is currently taking steps to prevent the introduction and spread of COVID-19 into our
communities. Schools play an essential role in this effort. Through collaboration and coordination with the school division and local health departments, schools
will take steps to disseminate information about the disease and its potential transmission within their school community. Under Division direction, schools will
prepare to take measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among their students and staff, if local health officials identify such a need.

Schools will continue to collaborate, share information, and co-construct school level plans with their Superintendent. School-level plans should build on
everyday practices (e.g., encouraging hand hygiene, monitoring absenteeism, communicating routinely) that include strategies for before, during, and after a
possible outbreak. GSSD has secured the services of experts in the area of infectious disease control to support a safe return to school. GSSD has developed a
tiered approach for the delivery of instruction for its students. The three tiers are identified below:
                                                                                Current State
                                                                            as of August 1, 2020

                          TIER 1                                                   TIER 2                                                TIER 3
                Based on Provincial Context                     Based on Provincial, Division & Local Context         Based on Provincial, Division & Local Context

                                                           •   Schools operate with both face-to-face and
    •    Schools operate with traditional timetables           synchronous online instruction delivery
         and administrator determined class sizes          •   Facilities will ensure that heightened sanitary and
    •    Facilities will ensure that heightened sanitary       hygienic practices are in place
         and hygienic practices are in place               •   Limits will be placed on mass gatherings as directed
                                                                                                                      •   Schools operate with mandatory remote
    •    Limits will be placed on mass gatherings as           by the CMHO
                                                                                                                          learning
         directed by the CMHO and voluntary use of         •   Voluntary use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
         Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)                   o PPE will be mandatory at times
    •    Students and staff who are sick are to stay at    •   Limits to school accessibility for parents and
         home                                                  community groups
                                                           •   Students and staff who are sick are to stay at home.

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Overarching Thoughts as Outlined in the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan
•    Education will continue in the fall. It will not be voluntary learning.
•    Teachers will teach the Saskatchewan curriculum. Families are not responsible for providing curriculum learning opportunities but may support the
     learning opportunities provided by teachers. The partnership between the school and home is essential for student success.
•    The sector has transitioned from emergency remote learning to delivery of the provincial curriculum. Special considerations (such as increased special
     project credits available, all students progressing to the next grade and receiving a minimum 50% mark) implemented during the supplemental learning
     period from March 2020 to June 2020 are no longer in effect.
•    While students are in the care of school divisions, physical distancing and other health precautions will be followed, according to the direction of the CMHO
     and Re-Open Saskatchewan.
•    Student and staff health and well-being continue to be paramount. Consideration will be made for staff and students who have compromised immune
     systems or may require medical accommodations.

Safety Provisions
                                                                      School Operations
        Details                         Tier 1                                              Tier 2                                          Tier 3
    Enhanced         •   Refer to the Health-Related Protocol document for details
    Personal
    Protective
    Practices
    Monitoring for   •   Refer to the Health-Related Protocol document for details
    Symptoms
    Limiting         •   Refer to the Health-Related Protocol document for details                                          •   Students will be learning from
    Physical         •   Schools will:                                                                                          home.
    Contact              o Limit physical contact during instruction, recess and noon periods and avoid activities that
                             require clustering of students.
                         o Minimize the number of teachers and support staff working with a specific group of
                             students
                              Consider cohort or homeroom configurations
                         o Consider options for physical distancing within classrooms and other instructional spaces.
                         o Modify the use of shared spaces, including shared instructional spaces, bathrooms, change
                             rooms, boot rooms, hallways. Existing computer labs will remain as is; procedures may need
                             to be altered.
                         o Modify procedures for entering and leaving the building, parent drop-offs.

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School Operations
    Details                          Tier 1                                             Tier 2                                          Tier 3
                    o   Consider the need to stagger recess, noon hour and other school day transitions.
                    o   Provide students with alternatives to activities that require physical contact with other
                        students (Student play during physical education and recesses are primary considerations).
                    o Promote and practice the use of non-physical greetings.
                    o If the directional flow is recommended at the schools, logistics and code compliance is
                        required for signage (paper on walls, consider fireproof signage).
                    o Refer to the Physical Education Appendix for details.
Managing        •   Refer to the Health-Related Protocol        • Refer to the Health-Related Protocol document         •   No access to school facilities.
Guests,             document for details.                           for details.
Volunteers,     •   Refer to Appendix O Guidelines for Early • Refer to Appendix O Guidelines for Early Years
Visitors, and       Years Community Partners in GSSD                Community Partners in GSSD Facilities.
Community           Facilities.                                 • Volunteers & community groups will not have
Groups          •   Enact minimal restrictions and                  access to the building unless provisions have
                    limitations as outlined by the CMHO.            been established limiting movement throughout
                •   Reduce access to school-based areas             the school and with increased cleaning and
                                                                    sanitation .
                    such as libraries and gymnasiums for
                                                                • Ensure enhanced personal hygiene and hand
                    community groups.
                                                                    sanitation guidelines are followed.
                                                                • When possible, reduce entrance access points
                                                                    to guests and visitors.
                                                                • Consider virtual meetings (SCC meetings,
                                                                    Student Led Conferences, Awards, etc.).
Extra-          •   Extra-curricular activities are on hold.    • Extra-curricular activities are on hold.              •   Extra-curricular activities are
Curricular      •   Plans for extra-curricular activities and   • Plans for extra-curricular activities and other           suspended indefinitely.
Activities          other gatherings will be developed in           gatherings will be developed in consultation
                    consultation with the Chief Medical             with the Chief Medical Health Officer once the
                    Health Officer once the group/gathering         group/gathering capacity limits for fall 2020 are
                    capacity limits for fall 2020 are known.        known.
                •   Refer to Appendix L Outdoor Sports and • Refer to Appendix L Outdoor Sports and
                    Activities Guidelines.
                                                                    Activities Guidelines.
Facilities and •    Refer to the Health-Related Protocol document for details
Cleaning/
Sanitation
Transportation •    Transportation will proceed with           •    Division transportation services are to be used     •   No transportation provided
of Students         minimal restrictions and limitations as         for delivering students to and from school or
                    outlined by the CMHO.                           school programs. PPE may be required
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School Operations
Details   Tier 1                             Tier 2                        Tier 3
                        depending on the capacity of the bus.
                   •    Off-site programs will be supported.
                        o Off-campus/feeder students may be required
                            to wear PPE while participating in off-site
                            programs (PAA, Millwright, etc.).
                   •    No field trips or extra-curricular trips will be
                        supported until permission is granted by the
                        Division, under the direction of the CMHO.
                   •    No guest ridership will be permitted.
                   •    The Division will:
                        o work with schools and bus drivers to
                            develop drop-off and pickup protocols that
                            coordinate with school entry and dismissal
                            procedures.
                             Students should access multiple
                                 entrances and bus parking in various
                                 locations.
                   •    Schools will:
                        o Support bus drivers with enforcing of
                            seating plans and student behavior
                            expectations on buses.
                        o Work with the Transportation Department
                            and bus drivers to develop drop-off and
                            pickup protocols that coordinate with
                            school entry and dismissal procedures .
                        o Teach students drop-off and pickup
                            procedures as well as school entry and
                            dismissal procedures .
                        o Develop and teach parents/guardians:
                             Pick-up and drop-off procedures
                             Protocols regarding entry to the
                                 building.
                   •    Bus Drivers will:
                        o Create and enforce seating plans that group
                            together students who live in the same
                            household.
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School Operations
   Details                       Tier 1                                                 Tier 2                                    Tier 3
                                                                   o   Work with the Transportation Department
                                                                       and in-school administration to develop
                                                                       drop-off and pickup protocols that
                                                                       coordinate with school entry and dismissal
                                                                       procedures.
                                                                   o Sanitize buses following each run.
                                                                   o Communicate student behavior
                                                                       expectations to families and students.
Nutrition    •   Refer to the Health-Related Protocol         •    Refer to the Health-Related Protocol document    •   Nutritional programs will be
Programs         document for details.                             for details                                          determined by the Division
             •   Nutrition programs will proceed with         •    Nutrition programs do not include curricular         based on community need and
                 minimal restrictions and limitations as           programmings such as Foods or Commercial             under the direction of the
                 outlined by the CMHO.                             Cooking programs                                     CMHO.
             •   Snacks (such as in PreK) will be served in        o Students participating in those programs
                 individual portions to each child by a                must be taught and follow safe food
                 designated staff member                               handling protocols, as indicated in the
                 o Staff are reminded to follow proper                 respective curricula.
                     hand hygiene.                            •    Regardless of the use of a nutrition program
             •   Food provided by families should be               or school servery, proper hand hygiene must
                 stored with the child's belongings and            be practiced before and after eating.
                 should not be handled by staff               •    School nutrition programs and serveries:
                 members.                                          o School-supplied food should be delivered
                                                                       directly to the classroom.
                                                                   o Students should eat lunches in their
                                                                       classrooms, where possible.
                                                                   o No self-serve or family-style meal service.
                                                                   o Utensils should be used to serve food items.
                                                                       Reusable utensils must be cleaned and
                                                                       sanitized after each use.
                                                                   o Food from home must not be shared with
                                                                       other students and should be stored with
                                                                       the student's belongings.
                                                                   o Students are not allowed to participate in
                                                                       food preparation to be served to others
                                                                       (excluding Commercial Cooking and/or Food
                                                                       Studies).
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School Operations
   Details                        Tier 1                           Tier 2                                         Tier 3
Noon Hour      •   Locally determined      •    Schools will:                                      •   Students will be learning from
and Recesses                                    o Examine recess and noon schedules as well            home.
                                                   as entrance and exit procedures to
                                                   determine the structure that offers students
                                                   break periods while best-promoting physical
                                                   distancing in hallways and playgrounds.
                                                o Revise student eating locations, if necessary,
                                                   to ensure that students are eating in their
                                                   classrooms.
                                                o Review and revise the duties of noon
                                                   supervisors and students to facilitate
                                                   the cleaning of eating surfaces and
                                                   emptying of garbage cans.
                                                o Attempt to limit the number of external
                                                   noon supervisors used to provide
                                                   supervision services.

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Division Considerations
                                                   Prekindergarten/PPEP and Kindergarten
      Details                         Tier 1                                             Tier 2                                          Tier 3
 Participants      •  All students registered in Prekindergarten, PPEP and Kindergarten will participate.               •   All registered students will to
                   •  GSSD will work with families who decline to send their children to school.                            participate.
 School Day Structure
 Timetables        • Locally determined                         •   Locally determined                                  •   Students will be learning from
                                                                •   Consider reducing the number of staff members           home.
                                                                    interacting with grade cohorts.
 Arrival /        •   Locally determined                        •   Encourage staggered drop-off and pick up times.     •   Students will be learning from
 Dismissal        •   Encourage multiple entry & exit points    •   Encourage multiple entry & exit points.                 home.
                                                                •   Consider transitioning to a contactless or
                                                                    electronic sign-in/out method.
                                                                •   If a contactless sign-in/out method is not
                                                                    possible, parents should use their own pena dn
                                                                    avoid direct contact with the sign-in/out sheet
                                                                    directly.
                                                                •   Arrange for pick-up and drop off of children to
                                                                    take place outdoors unless there is a need for a
                                                                    parent/guardian to enter the building (ie.
                                                                    Children requiring support transitioning into the
                                                                    classroom).
                                                                •   If a parent or guardian must enter the building
                                                                    for pick-up and drop off, the parent/guardian
                                                                    are encouraged to:
                                                                    o Wear a mask
                                                                    o Use hand sanitizer upon entering the
                                                                         building
                                                                    o Avoid entering the building if unwell or have
                                                                         travelled out of Canada or to an area
                                                                         deemed an area of concern for Covid-19
                                                                         within the past 14 days.
                                                                •   School staff will not transport Prekindergarten
                                                                    students in private vehicles.

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Prekindergarten/PPEP and Kindergarten
    Details                          Tier 1                                           Tier 2                                          Tier 3
Movement of      •   Stay within classrooms as much as        •   Stay within classrooms as much as possible and       •   Students will be learning from
Students             possible and avoid other areas of the        avoid other areas of the school.                         home.
                     school.
Academic Program
Classroom        •   Locally determined                       •   Teachers will consider the number of materials,      •   Students will be learning from
Configuration                                                     furniture, items on walls, etc. given the carrying       home.
                                                                  and capacity of the classroom.
                                                              •   The arrangement of the classroom will support
                                                                  physical distancing.
                                                              •   Interaction in smaller groups will be supported,
                                                                  and large group activity limited.
                                                              •   Individual learning activities will be balanced
                                                                  with small group interactions.
Instruction      •   Students and staff are to build          •   Learning in Prekindergarten/PPEP and                 •   Students will be learning from
                     handwashing into the daily routines          Kindergarten occurs through play.                        home.
                     and follow the protocols in ECERS:       •   The focus will be on the Essential Learning
                     o upon entry to a room                       Experiences (PreK/PPEP) and Curricular
                     o before snack/lunch                         Outcomes (K) in a holistic, cross-curricular, or
                     o after snack/lunch                          project approach.
                     o after use of the toilet                •   Puppets, dolls, songs, and literature can be used
                     o after shared materials such as             to integrate physical health and wellness
                         water or sand                            curriculum into the day.
                     o after sneezing or coughing             •   The curriculum will be adapted, and creative
                     o after outdoor play                         pedagogical practices used to ensure playful
                 •   Adaptations will be made to sensory          learning experiences around the pandemic
                     play.                                        situation:
                     o Sensory play may be conducted as           o Fostering project-based learning which
                         an individual activity (e.g., Each            builds on children's experience with the
                         child gets a ball of playdough and            pandemic.
                         tools; Children have a personal          o Using imaginary play to help children cope
                         sensory bin).                                 with stress and promote resilience.

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Prekindergarten/PPEP and Kindergarten
Details                       Tier 1                                           Tier 2                         Tier 3
              o   Handwashing must occur before            o   Using teachable moments to help children
                  and after using shared sensory               learn about the pandemic and their role in
                  items.                                       ensuring public health.
              o Items must be disinfected or           •   Land-based learning should be explored.
                  discarded between uses by                Meeting Time, lessons, play, and exploration can
                  different groups.                        occur outdoors whenever possible.
          •   Learning in Prekindergarten/PPEP and     •   The environment can be explored on
                                                           neighborhood walks (weather permitted, with
              K occurs through play
                                                           physical distancing maintained from members of
          •   The focus will be on the Essential
                                                           the public).
              Learning Experiences (PreK/PPEP) and     •   Students and staff are to build handwashing into
              Curricular Outcomes (K) in a holistic,       the daily routines and follow the protocols in
              cross-curricular, or project approach.       ECERS:
          •   Land-based learning should be                o upon entry to a room
              explored. Meeting Time, lessons, play,       o before snack/lunch
              and exploration can occur outdoors           o after snack/lunch
              whenever possible.                           o after use of the toilet
                                                           o after shared materials such as water or sand
                                                           o after sneezing or coughing
                                                           o after outdoor play
                                                       •   The curriculum will be adapted, and creative
                                                           pedagogical practices used to ensure playful
                                                           learning experiences around the pandemic
                                                           situation:
                                                           o Fostering project-based learning which
                                                               builds on children's experience with the
                                                               pandemic.
                                                           o Using imaginary play to help children cope
                                                               with stress and promote resilience.
                                                           o Using teachable moments to help children
                                                               learn about the pandemic and their role in
                                                               ensuring public health.

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Prekindergarten/PPEP and Kindergarten
Details   Tier 1                                    Tier 2                         Tier 3
                            •   Land-based learning should be explored.
                                Meeting Time, lessons, play, and exploration can
                                occur outdoors whenever possible.
                            •   SMARTboards
                                o Consider limiting multiple students touching
                                    the SMARTboard
                                o If students are touching the SMARTboard,
                                    disinfect the board after each student
                                    contact
                            •   Alternatives to face-to-face family engagement
                                events is strongly encouraged by face-to-face
                                events may be slowly integrated over time
                                depending on the community.
                            •   Face-to-face family engagement events and
                                activities must ensure:
                                o Activities align with the allowable services
                                    permitted within the Re-Open Saskatchewan
                                    Plan.
                                o Physical distancing of 2 meters between
                                    households and staff members.
                                o Group sizes must comply with public
                                    gathering restrictions and cannot exceed
                                    maximum capacity of area when
                                    maintaining 2 meter physical distancing.
                                o Adults (parents/guardians) will be
                                    encouraged to wear a mask.
                                o Proper hand hygiene is implemented before
                                    and after the event.
                                o All touch points and materials sanitized
                                    before and after the event.

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Prekindergarten/PPEP and Kindergarten
    Details                            Tier 1                                             Tier 2                                         Tier 3
Assessment         •   Teachers will use their professional discretion to determine the appropriate assessment practices within the local context.
                   •   Provincial-level assessments are to be determined (EYE).
                   •   Good Spirit School Division Assessment Calendar
Reporting          •   Reporting will occur as per Division processes

School Supplies    •   Mandatory supplies include a personal water bottle
and Personal       •   Schools may consider purchasing supplies for all Kindergarten students: SchoolSmart
Belongings             o Consider subsidizing the expense through school raised funds.
                   •   If schools choose not to purchase supplies for students, families will be allowed to drop off materials on August 30 or 31.
                   •   Materials will be organized in containers and labeled with photos and the name of the material as per ECERS guidelines.

Alternate Learning Spaces
Gym                • Besides the school gymnasium, physical education can take place outdoors or in other spaces          •   Students will be learning from
                      within the school and community, if it is safe to do so (multi-purpose rooms, classrooms,               home.
                      hallways, open spaces, and community facilities).
                   • Playing and learning outdoors should be encouraged as much as possible.
                   • Ensure that proper entry and exit procedures are in place that promotes physical distancing
                      and sanitary actions.
                   • Sharing of equipment is not recommended.
                   • Equipment used should be used on a rotational basis that includes proper cleaning and
                      sanitization between student and classroom usage.
                   • Clear and standard procedures should be established as to how equipment is used and stored.
                   • No use of pinnies or any equipment that has the potential to be shared among students.
Library            • Locally determined                           • Due to the number of touch surfaces in a school       •   Students will be learning from
                                                                      library, students will not be permitted to self-        home.
                                                                      select materials in the library space. Instead,
                                                                      schools can connect students with library
                                                                      materials in several ways:
                                                                      1) students may create request lists or use the
                                                                      Destiny system to place holds on resources
                                                                      which library technicians will deliver to
                                                                      classrooms;

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Prekindergarten/PPEP and Kindergarten
    Details                       Tier 1                                                Tier 2                                        Tier 3
                                                                   2) library technicians may deliver book bins or
                                                                   book trucks of resources to remain in the
                                                                   classroom for some time;
                                                              •    Circulation of materials can occur in classrooms
                                                                   using the online program or the Destiny app.
Computer Lab   •   Use of hand sanitizer or hand washing      •    Use of hand sanitizer or hand washing required      •   Students will be learning from
                   required before touching a device.              before touching a device.                               home.
                                                              •    Students should have a dedicated device when
                                                                   possible
                                                                   o If sharing devices is required, minimize the
                                                                        impact by assigning a consistent device to a
                                                                        group of students.
                                                                   o In Computer Labs, every student should
                                                                        have an assigned computer.
Cafeteria /    •   Locally determined                         •    Limited utilization of cafeteria and common         •   Students will be learning from
Common Areas                                                       areas based on the carrying capacity.                   home.
                                                              •    Stagger entrance to these areas.
                                                              •    Utilization of delineation lines.
Transitions    •   Division will:                                                                                      •   Division will provide:
                   o Provide School Administrators with consistent messaging to support all regular and                    ○ School Administrators with
                       substitute staff as well as students and their families regarding successful school re-entry,           consistent messaging to
                       pedagogical approaches, any technical requirements, and hygiene practices and                           support all regular and
                       procedures needing to be followed.                                                                      substitute staff as well as
               •   Schools will:                                                                                               students and their families
                   o Conduct planning meetings for students transitioning to the next grade or school.                         regarding pedagogical
                       Refer to the Transitions page on the portal.                                                            approaches, any technical
                   o Consider providing students with a virtual tour of their classrooms, including shared                     requirements, and hygiene
                       spaces, locker areas, washrooms, etc.                                                                   practices and procedures
                   o Communicate consistent messaging and a mode of delivery for all grades and                                needing to be followed.
                       classrooms regarding the steps being taken to ensure safe re-entry for students.                    o professional development
                   o Communicate a safety plan to students and families – including students and families                      to staff:
                       in the discussion (this would cover student health precautions and procedures).                          Learning Management

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Prekindergarten/PPEP and Kindergarten
    Details                         Tier 1                                             Tier 2                                             Tier 3
                        Ensure all students and families are familiar with expectations regarding hygiene                             Systems - Seesaw
                        practices to be followed while accessing GSSD transportation, upon entering the                           Communication
                        building, in common spaces within the school, as well as in classrooms.                                       Platform - Edsby
                    o   Communicate with staff, students and their families, alterations to typical routines and                  Blended Learning
                        transitions which will be implemented.                                                                        (Digital Assessment,
                                                                                                                                      Student Engagement &
                                                                                                                                      Choice)
                                                                                                                            ○ learning support to families:
                                                                                                                                 iPads, laptops,
                                                                                                                                 Chromebooks; Edsby;
                                                                                                                                 Seesaw; and, consideration
                                                                                                                                 is being given to increasing
                                                                                                                                 IT support using a flexible
                                                                                                                                 schedule
Student Well-   •   Maintaining physical distance is difficult   •   Maintaining physical distance is difficult with    •   Students are learning from
being               with young children and the focus                young children, and the focus should be on             home.
                    should be on minimizing physical                 minimizing physical contact instead.               •   The school will provide
                    contact instead.                             •   Teach children about their 'personal bubble' and       instruction and support on
                •   Teach children about their 'personal             help them learn about physical distancing and          internet safety.
                    bubble' and help them learn about                less physical contact through games.               •   GSSD Counsellors will continue
                    physical distancing and less physical        •   Consider greetings such as waves, peace signs,         to offer mental health support
                    contact through games.                           winks, air Hi-5s and signing 'hello' rather than       for students experiencing
                •   Consider greetings such as waves,                hugs or handshakes.                                    anxiety with their return to
                    peace signs, winks, air Hi-5s and signing    •   GSSD Counsellors will continue to offer mental         school.
                    'hello' rather than hugs or handshakes.          health support for students experiencing anxiety   •   Mental Health supports will be
                •   GSSD Counsellors will continue to offer          with their return to school.                           provided for families and
                    mental health support for students           •   Mental Health supports will be provided for            students to access from the
                    experiencing anxiety with their return           families and students to access from the GSSD          GSSD website.
                    to school.                                       website.
                •   Mental Health supports will be
                    provided for families and students to
                    access from the GSSD website.

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Prekindergarten/PPEP and Kindergarten
    Details                        Tier 1                                             Tier 2                                           Tier 3
Attendance    •   Student attendance at school is mandatory.                                                         • Student engagement is
              •   Schools will:                                                                                          mandatory.
                  o Monitor daily student attendance using existing protocols in AP 340 Attendance of                • Attendance policies will be
                       Students:                                                                                         determined.
                       ▪ Teachers will take am/pm attendance
                       ▪ Attendance should be taken within ten minutes of class starting
                  o AP 340 Appendix Attendance Flowcharts
              •   If a student's absence is the result of student compromised immunity or anxiety stemming
                  from COVID-19, the school shall work with the student and family to determine necessary
                  accommodations.
Resources     •   All school division resources will be cataloged through the library system and circulated through Destiny (i.e., library resources,
                  textbooks, kits, novel sets, and technology).

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School Level Plan
The School Level Return to School fillable template is available in the COVID-19 Staff Information MySite on the portal.
                                                      Prekindergarten/PPEP and Kindergarten
     Details                           Tier 1                                              Tier 2                          Tier 3
 Participants
 School Day Structure
 Timetables
 Arrival /
 Dismissal
 Movement of
 Students
 Academic Program
 Classroom
 Configuration
 Instruction
 Assessment
 Reporting
 School
 Supplies and
 Personal
 Belongings
 Alternate Learning Spaces
 Gym
 Library
 Computer Lab
 Cafeteria /
 Common
 Areas
 Transitions
 Students &
 Staff Well-
 being
 Attendance
 Resources

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Division Considerations
                                                                    Grades 1 to 6
    Details                         Tier 1                                              Tier 2                                           Tier 3
Participants    •  All students are required to participate                                                              •   All students are required to
                •  GSSD will work with families who decline to send their children to school                                 participate
School Day Structure
Timetables      • Locally determined                            •   Locally determined                                   •   Students will be learning from
                                                                •   Consider reducing the number of staff members            home.
                                                                    interacting with grade cohorts.
 Arrival /     •   Locally determined                           •   Encourage staggered drop-off and pick up times.      •   Students will be learning from
 Dismissal     •   Encourage multiple entry & exit points       •   Encourage multiple entry & exit points.                  home.
 Movement of   •   Stay within classrooms as much as            •   Stay within classrooms as much as possible and       •   Students will be learning from
 Students          possible and avoid other areas of the            avoid other areas of the school.                         home.
                   school
Academic Program
Classroom      • Locally determined                             •   Teachers will consider the number of materials,      •   Students will be learning from
Configuration                                                       furniture, items on walls, etc. given the carrying       home.
                                                                    and capacity of the classroom.
                                                                •   The arrangement of the classroom will support
                                                                    physical distancing.
                                                                •   Interaction in smaller groups will be supported
                                                                    and large group activity limited.
                                                                •   Individual learning activities will be balanced
                                                                    with small group interactions.
 Instruction   •   Students and staff are to build              •   Full Saskatchewan curriculum will be delivered       •   Students will be learning from
                   handwashing into the daily routines and      •   Student-teacher contact time must be                     home.
                   follow the protocols below:                      prioritized regardless of the delivery format.       •   Multiple modes of delivery
                   o upon entry to a room                       •   Differentiation of instruction will be necessary         should be considered to
                   o before snack/lunch                             due to the supplemental learning that occurred.          accommodate all students (i.e.,
                   o after snack/lunch                          •   The focus will be on the teaching of outcomes,           pencil/paper, technology,
                   o after use of the toilet                        rather than the amount of time per subject (a            asynchronous, synchronous,
                   o after shared materials such as water           cross-curricular approach is recommended).               etc.).
                        or sand

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Grades 1 to 6
Details                       Tier 1                                             Tier 2                        Tier 3
              o after sneezing or coughing              •   Focus on efficient learning opportunities and
              o after outdoor play                          approaches that are conducive to flexible
          •   Land-based learning should be explored.       groupings and interaction time with teachers.
              Meeting Time, lessons, play, and          •   Schools will make plans for library resources to
              exploration can occur outdoors                be delivered to classrooms for borrowing.
              whenever possible.                        •   Teachers are encouraged to continue to explore
                                                            options for blended learning. Support and
                                                            professional development from GSSD will be
                                                            offered.
                                                        •   Multiple modes of delivery should be considered
                                                            to accommodate all students (i.e., pencil/paper,
                                                            technology, asynchronous, synchronous, etc.).
                                                        •   Consider land-based learning whenever possible
                                                            ensuring physical distancing from community
                                                            members.
                                                        •   GSSD teachers will utilize one of the following
                                                            platforms for online learning and
                                                            communication with families depending on the
                                                            grade level and context of the school:
                                                            o Learning Management Platforms
                                                                  Seesaw (Gr. 1-3)
                                                                  Google Classroom (Gr. 4-6)
                                                            o Communication Platform
                                                                  Edsby
                                                            o Collaboration Platforms
                                                                  Google Meet
                                                                  TEAMS
                                                                  Zoom
                                                        •   Subjects impacted by the physical environment
                                                            will be provided if the curriculum can be
                                                            delivered using an approach that allows for
                                                            flexible groupings and considers safety.

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Grades 1 to 6
   Details                          Tier 1                                                 Tier 2                                       Tier 3
Assessment       • Teachers will use their professional discretion to determine the appropriate assessment practices within the local context.
                 • Teachers will follow the GSSD assessment windows outlined in the Department calendar, which will take into account that students
                    were engaged in supplemental learning from March to June.
                 • GSSD will provide professional development on a variety of assessment methods that consider multiple modes of instruction.
                 • Good Spirit School Division Assessment Calendar
                 • Provincial-level assessments will continue.
Reporting        • Reporting will occur as per Division processes.
School           • Mandatory supplies include a personal water bottle.
Supplies and     • Schools may consider purchasing supplies for all students: SchoolSmart
Personal            o Consider subsidizing the expense through school raised funds.
Belongings       • If schools choose not to purchase supplies for students, families will be allowed to drop off materials on August 30 or 31.
                 • Materials will be organized in containers and labeled with student names.
Alternate Learning Spaces
Gym              • Besides the school gymnasium, physical education can take place outdoors or in other spaces           • Students will be learning from
                    within the school and community, if it is safe to do so (multi-purpose rooms, classrooms,                home.
                    hallways, open spaces, and community facilities).
                 • Playing and learning outdoors should be encouraged as much as possible.
                 • Ensure that proper entry and exit procedures are in place that promotes physical distancing and
                    sanitary actions.
                 • Sharing of equipment is not recommended.
                 • Equipment used should be used on a rotational basis that includes proper cleaning and
                    sanitization between student and classroom usage.
                 • Clear and standard procedures should be established as to how equipment is used and stored.
                 • No use of pinnies or any equipment that has the potential to be shared among students.
Library          • Locally determined                             • Due to the number of touch surfaces in a school • Students will be learning from
                                                                      library, students will not be permitted to self-       home.
                                                                      select materials in the library space. Instead,
                                                                      schools can connect students with library
                                                                      materials in several ways:
                                                                      o students may create request lists or use the
                                                                           Destiny system to place holds on resources

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Grades 1 to 6
   Details                         Tier 1                                               Tier 2                                        Tier 3
                                                                        which library technicians will deliver to
                                                                        classrooms;
                                                                   o library technicians may deliver book bins or
                                                                        book trucks of resources to remain in the
                                                                        classroom for some time;
                                                                   o Circulation of materials can occur in
                                                                        classrooms using the online program or the
                                                                        Destiny app.
Tech Devices / •   Use of hand sanitizer or hand washing       •   Use of hand sanitizer or hand washing required      •   Students are learning from
Computer           required before touching a device.              before touching a device.                               home
Labs                                                           •   Students should have a dedicated device when
                                                                   possible
                                                                   o If sharing devices is required, minimize the
                                                                        impact by assigning a consistent device to a
                                                                        group of students.
                                                                   o In Computer Labs, every student should
                                                                        have an assigned computer.
Cafeteria /    •   Locally determined                          •   Limited utilization of cafeteria and common         •   Students are learning from
Common                                                             areas based on the carrying capacity.                   home
Areas                                                          •   Stagger entrance to these areas.
                                                               •   Utilization of delineation lines.
Transitions    •   Division will:                                                                                      o   Division will provide:
                   o Provide School Administrators with consistent messaging to support all regular and                    o School Administrators with
                       substitute staff as well as students and their families regarding successful school re-entry,           consistent messaging to
                       pedagogical approaches, any technical requirements, and hygiene practices and procedures                support all regular and
                       needing to be followed.                                                                                 substitute staff as well as
               •   Schools will:                                                                                               students and their families
                   o Conduct planning meetings for students transitioning to the next grade or school.                         regarding pedagogical
                       Refer to the Transitions page on the portal.                                                            approaches, any technical
                   o Consider providing students with a virtual tour of their classrooms, including shared                     requirements, and hygiene
                       spaces, locker areas, washrooms, etc.                                                                   practices and procedures
                   o Communicate consistent messaging and a mode of delivery for all grades and                                needing to be followed.

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Grades 1 to 6
   Details                          Tier 1                                              Tier 2                                            Tier 3
                        classrooms regarding the steps being taken to ensure safe re-entry for students.                     o    Provide professional
                    o   Communicate a safety plan to students and families – including students and families in                   development to staff:
                        the discussion (this would cover student health precautions and procedures). Ensure all                     o Learning Management
                        students and families are familiar with expectations regarding hygiene practices to be                          Systems – Seesaw &
                        followed while accessing GSSD transportation, upon entering the building, in common                             Google Classroom
                        spaces within the school, as well as in classrooms.                                                         o Communication
                    o   Communicate with staff, students and their families, alterations to typical routines and                        Platform - Edsby
                        transitions which will be implemented.                                                                      o Blended Learning
                                                                                                                                        (Digital Assessment,
                                                                                                                                        Student Engagement &
                                                                                                                                        Choice)
                                                                                                                             o learning support to families:
                                                                                                                                  iPads, laptops,
                                                                                                                                  Chromebooks; Edsby;
                                                                                                                                  Seesaw; and, consideration
                                                                                                                                  is being given to increasing
                                                                                                                                  IT support using a flexible
                                                                                                                                  schedule.
Student Well-   •   Maintaining physical distance is difficult    •   Maintaining physical distance is difficult with    •   Students are learning from
being               with young children, and the focus                young children, and the focus should be on             home.
                    should be on minimizing physical contact          minimizing physical contact instead.               •   The school will provide
                    instead.                                      •   Teach children about their 'personal bubble' and       instruction and support on
                •   Teach children about their 'personal              help them learn about physical distancing and          internet safety.
                    bubble' and help them learn about                 less physical contact through games.               •   GSSD Counsellors will continue
                    physical distancing and less physical         •   Consider greetings such as waves, peace signs,         to offer mental health support
                    contact through games.                            winks, air Hi-5s and signing 'hello' rather than       for students experiencing
                •   Consider greetings such as waves, peace           hugs or handshakes.                                    anxiety with their return to
                    signs, winks, air Hi-5s and signing 'hello'   •   GSSD Counsellors will continue to offer mental         school.
                    rather than hugs or handshakes.                   health support for students experiencing anxiety   •   Mental Health supports will be
                •   GSSD Counsellors will continue to offer           with their return to school.                           provided for families and
                    mental health support for students                                                                       students to access from the
                    experiencing anxiety with their return to                                                                GSSD website.

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Grades 1 to 6
   Details                         Tier 1                                              Tier 2                                           Tier 3
                 school.                                       • Mental Health supports will be provided for
             •   Mental Health supports will be provided           families and students to access from the GSSD
                 for families and students to access from          website.
                 the GSSD website.
Attendance   •   Student attendance at school is mandatory.                                                          • Student attendance is
             •   Schools will:                                                                                            mandatory.
                 o Monitor daily student attendance using existing protocols in AP-340 Attendance of Students: • Attendance policies will be
                      ▪ Teachers will take am/pm attendance                                                               determined.
                      ▪ Attendance should be taken within ten minutes of class starting.
                 o Apply AP 340 Appendix Attendance Flowcharts
             •   If a student's absence is the result of student compromised immunity or anxiety stemming from
                 COVID-19, the school shall work with the student and family to determine necessary
                 accommodations.
Resources    •   All school division resources will be cataloged through the library system and circulated through Destiny (i.e., library resources,
                 textbooks, kits, novel sets, and technology).

                                                                                                                                              Page 24 of 88
School Level Plans
The School Level Return to School fillable template is available in the COVID-19 Staff Information MySite on the portal.
                                                                        Grades 1 to 6
     Details                           Tier 1                                              Tier 2                          Tier 3
 Participants
 School Day Structure
 Timetables
 Arrival /
 Dismissal
 Movement of
 Students
 Academic Program
 Classroom
 Configuration
 Instruction
 Assessment
 Reporting
 School
 Supplies and
 Personal
 Belongings
 Alternate Learning Spaces
 Gym
 Library
 Computer Lab
 Cafeteria /
 Common
 Areas
 Transitions
 Students &
 Staff Well-
 being
 Attendance
 Resources

                                                                                                                                    Page 25 of 88
Division Considerations
                                                                    Grades 7 to 9
    Details                         Tier 1                                              Tier 2                                           Tier 3
Participants    •  All students are required to participate                                                              •   All students are required to
                •  GSSD will work with families who decline to send their children to school                                 participate
School Day Structure
Timetables      • Locally determined                            •   Locally determined                                   •   Students will be learning from
                                                                •   Consider reducing the number of staff members            home.
                                                                    interacting with grade cohorts.
 Arrival /     •   Locally determined                           •   Encourage staggered drop-off and pick up times       •   Students will be learning from
 Dismissal     •   Encourage multiple entry & exit points       •   Encourage multiple entry & exit points                   home.
 Movement of   •   Stay within classrooms as much as            •   Stay within classrooms as much as possible and       •   Students will be learning from
 Students          possible and avoid other areas of the            avoid other areas of the school.                         home.
                   school.
Academic Program
 Classroom     • Locally determined                             •   Teachers will consider the number of materials,      •   Students will be learning from
 Configuration                                                      furniture, items on walls, etc. given the carrying       home.
                                                                    and capacity of the classroom.
                                                                •   The arrangement of the classroom will support
                                                                    physical distancing.
                                                                •   Interaction in smaller groups will be supported
                                                                    and large group activity limited.
                                                                •   Individual learning activities will be balanced
                                                                    with small group interactions.
 Instruction   •   Full Saskatchewan curriculum will be         •   Full Saskatchewan curriculum will be delivered.      •   Full Saskatchewan curriculum
                   delivered.                                   •   Student-teacher contact time must be                     will be delivered.
                                                                    prioritized regardless of the delivery format.       •   Students will be learning from
                                                                •   Differentiation of instruction will be necessary         home.
                                                                    due to the supplemental learning that occurred.      •   Multiple modes of delivery
                                                                •   The focus will be on the teaching of outcomes,           should be considered to
                                                                    rather than the amount of time per subject (a            accommodate all students (i.e.,
                                                                    cross-curricular approach is recommended)                pencil/paper, technology,

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Grades 7 to 9
Details   Tier 1                             Tier 2                                 Tier 3
                   •   Focus on efficient learning opportunities and      asynchronous, synchronous,
                       approaches that are conducive to flexible          etc.).
                       groupings and interaction time with teachers.
                   •   Teachers are encouraged to continue to explore
                       options for blended learning. Support and
                       professional development from GSSD will be
                       offered.
                   •   Multiple modes of delivery should be considered
                       to accommodate all students (i.e., pencil/paper,
                       technology, asynchronous, synchronous, etc.).
                   •   Consider land-based learning whenever possible
                       ensuring physical distancing from community
                       members.
                   •   GSSD teachers will utilize one of the following
                       platforms for online learning and
                       communication with families depending on the
                       grade level and context of the school:
                       o Learning Management Platform
                             Google Classroom (Gr. 7-9)
                             Moodle (Gr. 7-9 ELA & Math)
                       o Communication Platform
                             Edsby
                       o Collaboration Platforms
                             Google Meet
                             TEAMS
                             Zoom
                   •   Subjects impacted by the physical environment
                       will be delivered if the curriculum can be
                       delivered using an approach that allows for
                       flexible groupings and considers safety.

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Grades 7 to 9
   Details                          Tier 1                                                 Tier 2                                       Tier 3
Assessment       • Teachers will use their professional discretion to determine the appropriate assessment practices within the local context.
                 • Teachers will follow the GSSD assessment windows outlined in the Department calendar, which will take into account that students
                    were engaged in supplemental learning from March to June.
                 • GSSD will provide professional development on a variety of assessment methods that consider multiple modes of instruction.
                 • Good Spirit School Division Assessment Calendar
                 • Provincial-level assessments will continue.
Reporting        • Reporting will occur as per Division processes.
School           • Mandatory supplies include a personal water bottle.
Supplies and     • Schools may consider purchasing supplies for all students: SchoolSmart
Personal            o Consider subsidizing the expense through school raised funds.
Belongings       • If schools choose not to purchase supplies for students, families will be allowed to drop off materials on August 30 or 31.
                 • Materials may be organized in containers and labeled with student names (based on local context).
Alternate Learning Spaces
Gym              • Besides the school gymnasium, physical education can take place outdoors or in alternate spaces • Students will be learning from
                    within the school and community, if it is safe to do so (multi-purpose rooms, classrooms,                home.
                    hallways, open spaces, and community facilities).
                 • Learning outdoors should be encouraged as much as possible.
                 • Ensure that proper entry and exit procedures are in place that promotes physical distancing and
                    sanitary actions.
                 • Sharing of equipment is not recommended.
                 • Equipment used should be used on a rotational basis that includes proper cleaning and
                    sanitization between student and classroom usage.
                 • Clear and standard procedures should be established as to how equipment is used and stored.
                 • No use of pinnies or any equipment that has the potential to be shared among students.
Library          • Locally determined                             • Due to the number of touch surfaces in a school • Students will be learning from
                                                                      library, students will not be permitted to self-       home.
                                                                      select materials in the library space. Instead,
                                                                      schools can connect students with library
                                                                      materials: students may create request lists or
                                                                      use the Destiny system to place holds on
                                                                      resources which library technicians will deliver
                                                                      to classrooms

                                                                                                                                           Page 28 of 88
Grades 7 to 9
   Details                         Tier 1                                               Tier 2                                        Tier 3
                                                               •   Circulation of materials can occur in classrooms
                                                                   using the online program or the Destiny app.
Tech Devices   •   Use of hand sanitizer or hand washing       •   Use of hand sanitizer or hand washing required      •   Students will be learning from
/ Computer         required before touching a device.              before touching a device.                               home.
Labs                                                           •   Students should have a dedicated device when
                                                                   possible .
                                                                   o If sharing devices is required, minimize the
                                                                        impact by assigning a consistent device to a
                                                                        group of students.
                                                                   o In Computer Labs, every student should
                                                                        have an assigned computer.
Cafeteria /    •   Locally determined                          •   Limited utilization of cafeteria and common         •   Students are learning from
Common                                                             areas based on the carrying capacity.                   home.
Areas                                                          •   Stagger entrance to these areas.
                                                               •   Utilization of delineation lines.
Transitions    •   Division will:                                                                                      •   Division will provide:
                   o Provide School Administrators with consistent messaging to support all regular and                    o School Administrators with
                       substitute staff as well as students and their families regarding successful school re-entry,           consistent messaging to
                       pedagogical approaches, any technical requirements, and hygiene practices and procedures                support all regular and
                       needing to be followed.                                                                                 substitute staff as well as
               •   Schools will:                                                                                               students and their families
                   o Conduct planning meetings for students transitioning to the next grade or school.                         regarding pedagogical
                       Refer to the Transitions page on the portal.                                                            approaches, any technical
                   o Consider providing students with a virtual tour of their classrooms, including shared                     requirements, and hygiene
                       spaces, locker areas, washrooms, etc.                                                                   practices and procedures
                   o Communicate consistent messaging and a mode of delivery for all grades and                                needing to be followed.
                       classrooms regarding the steps being taken to ensure safe re-entry for students.                    o professional development
                   o Communicate a safety plan to students and families – including students and families in                   to staff:
                       the discussion (this would cover student health precautions and procedures). Ensure all                  Learning Management
                       students and families are familiar with expectations regarding hygiene practices to be                      System – Google
                       followed while accessing GSSD transportation, upon entering the building, in common                         Classroom
                       spaces within the school, as well as in classrooms.                                                      Communication

                                                                                                                                                Page 29 of 88
Grades 7 to 9
   Details                          Tier 1                                              Tier 2                                           Tier 3
                    •   Communicate with staff, students and their families, alterations to typical routines and                     Platform - Edsby
                        transitions which will be implemented.                                                                    Blended Learning
                                                                                                                                     (Digital Assessment,
                                                                                                                                     Student Engagement &
                                                                                                                                     Choice)
                                                                                                                            o learning support to families:
                                                                                                                                     o iPads, laptops,
                                                                                                                                         Chromebooks;
                                                                                                                                         Edsby; and,
                                                                                                                                         consideration is
                                                                                                                                         being given to
                                                                                                                                         increasing IT
                                                                                                                                         support using a
                                                                                                                                         flexible schedule.
Student Well-   •   Focus on minimizing physical contact.       •    Focus on minimizing physical contact.              •   Students are learning from
being           •   Communicate expectations regarding          •    Communicate expectations regarding physical            home.
                    physical distancing.                             distancing.                                        •   GSSD Counsellors will continue
                •   GSSD Counsellors will continue to offer     •    GSSD Counsellors will continue to offer mental         to offer mental health support
                    mental health support for students               health support for students experiencing anxiety       for students experiencing
                    experiencing anxiety with their return to        with their return to school.                           anxiety with their return to
                    school.                                     •    Mental Health supports will be provided for            school.
                •   Mental Health supports will be provided          families and students to access from the GSSD      •   Mental Health supports will be
                    for families and students to access from         website.                                               provided for families and
                    the GSSD website.                                                                                       students to access from the
                                                                                                                            GSSD website.
Attendance      •   Student attendance is mandatory.                                                                    •   Student attendance is
                •   Schools will:                                                                                           mandatory.
                    o Monitor daily student attendance using existing protocols in AP-340 Attendance of Students:       •   Attendance policies will be
                        ▪ Teachers will take am/pm attendance for elementary and period attendance for                      determined.
                            high school.
                        ▪ Attendance should be taken within ten minutes of class starting.
                    o Apply AP 340 Appendix Attendance Flowcharts.

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