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What are the daily protocols parents should follow before sending their child(ren) to school?
Parents should review the daily health screening for each student before sending them to school. 
 
How will I be notified if there is a COVID case in the school?
Parents will receive a letter from the school notifying them if there is a COVID case.
 
What precautions will be taken throughout the school day?
All classrooms will have hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, soap, and disposable masks. Classrooms are sanitized daily.
 
What is the required procedure for students being screened while in the building? How often? Will there be training for teachers?
Students will not be screened in the building. However, teachers will be trained on how to identify symptoms and what precautions and steps to take.
 
What will happen if a student has symptoms while at school?
If a student develops COVID symptoms at school, they will be referred to the school nurse. If the nurse thinks the student may have COVID symptoms, they will be placed in the Wellness Room to await their parent/guardian’s arrival.
 
How will classrooms be arranged to promote safety?
Desks will be placed 6 feet apart in classrooms to provide adequate distancing between students. 
 
Are students expected to wear masks all day?
Yes, students will be expected to wear masks in the classrooms and around campus.
 
How will learning be on Wednesdays?
On Wednesday mornings, students will engage in small group instruction via Zoom.  Students will work independently to complete assignments in Google Classroom.
 
Will my child(ren) need to bring their device or textbooks to and from school?
Yes, students should bring their SWUN Student Journal (K-8) and Decodables (K-2) on their in-person days.
Chromebooks can stay home unless your child's teacher has requested to bring them to school.