Operations: Day to Day


OPERATIONS: DAY TO DAY

Face Coverings
Face coverings will be required for students when social distancing is not possible
Face coverings will be required for staff when social distancing is not possible

Visitors
Limit non-essential visitors and visits High Risk Staff & Students
Limit exposure and provide alternatives/accommodations

Cohorts
Move Elementary classrooms as static groups
Limit interaction outside of classroom environment
Possible staggered times for arrival, lunches, and dismissal

Communication

Frequent and systematic
Self-assessments to be completed by staff and parents/students

Entrances & Exits
Regulate access and directional flow

Staffing
Reassign staff as needed to cover daily operational needs prioritizing student learning and safety
Additional Health Aide
Additional Middle School Custodian
COVID-19 Point of Contact
Lenny Lueck, Superintendent
(608) 897-2141 [ext. 176]
llueck@brodhead.k12.wi.us 

Student/Staff Employee Daily Self-Check
If you can answer NO to all questions, you are OK
to come to school
If you answer YES to any questions, do NOT come
to school and please call your medical provider.

Have you been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for or is suspected to have COVID-19?

Have you had any of the following in the past 48 hours?
Fever (Temperature >100)
Cough
Shortness of breath
Sore throat
Body aches
Diarrhea
Vomiting
Loss of taste
Loss of smell

The best prevention of transmission of any illness is staying home until symptoms have passed

Someone Gets Sick While at School
Student
Sent to the office
If the student has COVID-19 symptoms they will be escorted to the isolation room which is used only for potential COVID-19
Student will be required to wear a mask the entire time they remain at school
Student’s parent will be called to arrange pick up
Green County Health Department will be contacted for guidance
Staff
Sent to the office
If the staff has COVID-19 symptoms they will be sent home
Staff will be required to wear a mask the entire time they remain at school
Green County Health Department will be contacted for guidance

We are still waiting guidance on what we can share with staff/parents. We will be as communicative as possible


How Long Do I have to Stay Home
If you are sick, you should remain at home for:
At least three days (72 hours) after you are well and fever free, and
At least 10 days from the date you first had symptoms
I have been diagnosed with COVID-19, but never showed symptoms you should remain at home for 10 days after your positive test date