- We will check the temperature of every student every morning, and monitor for symptoms of fever and other sickness throughout the day.
- After temperature check, students will report directly to homeroom class.
- Students will receive a grab and go breakfast and will eat in the classroom.
- We will practice social distancing to the extent possible in every aspect of campus.
- We will follow all guidelines set forth by Governor Edwards, State Superintendent Cade Brumley, Livingston Parish Schools Superintendent Joe Murphy, and Livingston Parish School Board.
- We will practice frequent hand washing for everyone on campus.
- We will practice frequent sanitizing and cleaning of all touchable surfaces and all areas of Frost School campus.
- We will use all avenues of communication to keep our parents and community updated and involved in our process as we navigate these uncharted waters.
- We will practice safe, commonsense measures to ensure that all students and staff members are protected to the extent possible from the spread of Covid-19.
- Everyone who is sick must stay home. They can return once cleared by a doctor.
- Parents must pick up a child with fever or who is sick. Student cannot return until cleared by a doctor.
- We will maintain class sizes that comply with all Federal, State, and Local mandates.
- We ask, but do not require, students in grades 3-8, who change classes to wear mask for the prevention and spread of Covid-19.
- We will not require students in Pre-K -2nd to wear masks.
- We ask faculty and staff to wear mask when entering and exiting the campus, and when changing classes. Teachers will not be required to wear mask while teaching.
- We will not require anyone with breathing difficulties to wear a mask.
- We will not offer any sporting events or parent assemblies as long as we remain in Phase 2 of the Covid-19 recovery.
- We will comply with all mandates concerning the number of students allowed to ride buses.
- We ask and encourage our students to be car riders until farther notice to help with the prevention and spread of Covid- 19.
- We will offer a “hybrid” form of instruction for the 2020-2021 school year. This means we will use teaching strategies that incorporate both traditional teaching and virtual/digital models of teaching.
- To the extent possible, we will follow our master schedule on a daily basis.
- We will be/are prepared to offer digital education to every student enrolled at Frost School if it becomes necessary to close school at any point during the 2020-2021 school year.
- Grades 3-8 will continue to change classes to the extent possible.
- We cannot allow visitors on Frost School campus at this time. This is to help with the prevention and spread of Covid-19.
- Field trips will not be allowed until farther notice.
- We will separate sick students and staff from the general school population to help prevent the spread of Covid – 19.
- We ask and encourage students to bring water in clear plastic bottles, because no water fountain will not be available to help with prevention and spread of Covid – 19.
- We are working to develop methods other than water fountains to provide water to students and staff.
- We will have recess outside, to the extent possible, according to grade levels.
- We will adjust our breakfast and lunch procedures to protect our students and staff from the spread of Covid – 19.
- Students can bring lunch from home.
- We will provide accommodations and modifications to students who need it.
- This plan is subject to change as new mandates and guidelines are issued. Please work with us and be patient as we work through this together.
- More details about this plan will be discussed with faculty, staff, and parents at the start of the 2020-2021 school year.