Cleaning - Cleaning supplies will be available to staff. Cleaning will return to normal operations.
School Campuses and Classrooms
Cohorting and Social Distancing
There will be less restrictive socialdistancing and student grouping measures in an attempt to return tomore normal operations.
Facility use agreements require a cleaning fee to ensure that appropriate cleaning is conducted for the safety of children and staff using the facilities following an outside organization’s use of the facilities.
Face coverings and masks are optional for all staff, students, and visitors.
Students will continue to be encouraged to use hand sanitizer or wash their hands upon arrival at school, after being outside for physical activity, before and after meals, prior to leaving school for home, and after sneezing, coughing, or blowing their nose.
Any staff member or student that tests positive for COVID-19 will be required to isolate per CDC guidelines. Students exhibiting two (2) or more COVID-like symptoms and/or who are awaiting COVID test results must stay isolated at home for 10 days and be symptom-free for 24 hours or receive a negative test and be symptom-free for 24 hours. Students with chronic health conditions may provide a letter of diagnosis from a medical doctor stating the COVID-like symptoms contributed to the chronic health issue.
Students - Students with direct contact to a person with a positive COVID-19 test will not be required to quarantine. Parents of students who have had direct contact with someone that has tested positive for COVID-19 will be notified and asked to monitor their students for any symptoms that may appear. Parents who wish for their child to isolate/quarantine shall call the school to excuse the child's absences.
Staff - Liberty Elementary School District staff members are considered essential workers.
2021-22 Remote Learning Model
The Remote Learning option is available for K-8th grade students, choosing a virtual learning experience for the 21-22 school year. English language arts, math, science, and social studies classes are taught by certified Liberty District teachers trained in online instruction. Liberty teachers will deliver regular and responsive live and recorded instruction to students in an online environment, as well as offer support and feedback through ongoing assessment and virtual meetings.
Daily attendance will be taken for Kindergarten-Eighth grade. Criteria for attendance will include presence on scheduled daily Google Meet sessions and daily asynchronous Edgenuity activity, including submission of student work on the given day.
Students will also flexibly complete assignments in both Google Classroom and Edgenuity. Lessons are aligned to Liberty curriculum guides. Edgenuity will provide digital instructional resources designed specifically for online learning. Students will be able to access their learning in Edgenuity at any time or day, at their own pace by actively listening to video-recorded lessons that they can stop and start to complete interactive lessons.
Provide a learning space and environment for students to work
Provide basic technology support to child (K-3 ONLY) - Serve as a K-3 Primary Learning Facilitator (aka Learning Coach) to guide children through each lesson, monitor and facilitate the learning experience, and assist with logging into scheduled Google Meet sessions and Edgenuity courses and modules.
Review listed prerequisite skills in the Learning Coach tab
Read the lesson objectives
Prepare any needed materials
Discuss what is being taught
Facilitate hands-on learning
Preview resources necessary to facilitate learning (K-3)
Evaluate child’s progress at 25-day milestone for continued enrollment in Remote Learning model
Regularly check email/Edgenuity parent portal to monitor student instructional minutes and progress toward completion of courses
Communicate with the teacher
Communicate with online support system as needed
Access ParentVue to view progress report and trimester grades