Introduction

This document contains the return to school student and staff safety protocols for campus-supervised learning. Since the COVID-19 Pandemic is an ever-changing situation, the district reserves the right to adjust or change protocols at any time to address specific needs and circumstances in order to protect the health and safety of students, employees and the community. Please note that health guidance cannot anticipate every unique situation. As a result, DeSoto ISD will continue to consult available guidance through governmental agencies and other information deemed relevant to monitor the situation. The district will comply with applicable federal and state employment and disability laws, workplace safety standards, and accessibility standards to address individual needs.

It is important to remember the virus that causes COVID-19 can be spread by infected persons who have few or no symptoms. Even if an infected person shows no symptoms or is only mildly ill, the people they spread it to may become seriously or fatally ill, especially for persons 65 years of age or older with pre-existing health conditions placing them at higher risk. However, please note that the virus that causes COVID-19 can infect people of all ages.

While it is not possible to eliminate all risk of furthering the spread of COVID-19, the current science suggests there are many steps schools can take to reduce the risks to students, teachers, staff, and their families significantly. DeSoto ISD expects all employees, students and families to rigorously follow these guidelines.

Preparation for the Opening of School

DeSoto ISD will ensure all staff, resources and supplies are prepared for opening school, including but not limited to assigning sufficient staff to carry out re-opening procedures, ensuring proper training and stocking inventory of necessary supplies, such as personal protective equipment (PPE).

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides guidance, recommendations and resources to assist with plans and protocols for health and safety. Before schools re-open, DeSoto ISD will implement health and safety plans that include:

  • Ensuring adequate supply inventory (e.g., PPE, cleaning supplies, hand sanitizer, etc.)

  • Cleaning with products approved by governing authorities and per guidelines from the Environmental Protection Agency

  • Ensuring compliance with CDC, Health and Human Services, the Texas Education Agency and other jurisdictional policies

  • Providing communication of procedures and expectations upon entering facilities and throughout buildings

Protocols for Screening and Isolation

  • All students and staff will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms regularly and individuals who are present with symptoms will be separated and sent home.

Screening

  • Staff will be required to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms prior to entering a DeSoto ISD facility, and the district may require further screening of employees at any time based on current state and federal guidelines.

  • Parents/guardians are expected to screen their students for COVID-19 symptoms each day prior to sending their students to school. Parents will need to take their child’s temperature daily. Additional screening may be conducted during the school day. Parents must ensure they do not send a child to school on campus if the child has COVID-19 symptoms (as listed in this document) or is lab-confirmed with COVID-19, and instead should opt to receive remote instruction (home-based learning) until the conditions for re-entry are met.

  • Self-Screening Protocols: Staff and students should not enter campuses or district buildings if any of the following apply. The individual is:

  • Sick or has been sick in the past 14 days. Symptoms to watch for: fever (100°F or higher), cough, shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, diarrhea.

  • Has a confirmed case of COVID-19 or has been in close contact with a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19. These individuals must follow all isolation and quarantine guidelines from the local health authority or their physician.

  • Has a household member who is awaiting COVID-19 test results, or who is awaiting their own test results.

  • Has traveled internationally or on a cruise in the past 14 days. These individuals must follow current CDC self-quarantine recommendations: View current CDC recommendations.

  • Teachers will monitor students and refer to the nurse if symptoms are present.

Isolation

Student or Staff Displaying COVID-19 Symptoms

  • For students who are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 or are feeling feverish during the school day, the school nurse will provide a clinical assessment to determine if and when a student needs to be sent home.

  • Students who are ill will be separated from their peers and should be picked up within 30 minutes and no later than 1 hour from the time the campus staff contacted the student’s parent/guardian.

  • Other students will be removed from the classroom and taken to an alternate location on campus (e.g. move to a different classroom, etc.) so that the classroom can be disinfected. The secondary location will also be disinfected at the end of the school day after students have been dismissed.

  • Schools must close off areas that were heavily used by the individual with the lab-confirmed case (student, teacher, or staff) until the non-porous surfaces in those areas can be disinfected, unless more than 3 days have already passed since that person was on campus.

  • If an individual who has been in a school is lab-confirmed to have COVID-19, the school must notify district administration who will notify the local health department, in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations, including confidentiality requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

  • Consistent with school notification requirements for other communicable diseases, and consistent with legal confidentiality requirements, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a lab-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers or staff who have been on a campus.

  • Staff members displaying COVID-19 symptoms will follow district protocols including isolation from students and other staff members.

  • Upon confirmation, staff members must immediately report to their direct supervisor if they have COVID-19 symptoms or are lab-confirmed with COVID-19, and, if so, they must remain off campus/district property until they meet the criteria for re-entry as noted below. Additionally, they must report to their direct supervisor if they have had close contact with an individual who is lab-confirmed with COVID-19 and, if so, must remain off campus until the 14-day incubation period has passed.

  • Students or staff who come into close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual will be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days and may not return to campus during that time.

  • Students and staff who have tested positive for COVID-19 will be required to submit a letter of good health from a physician's office prior to returning to school.

  • Parents must ensure they do not send a child to school on campus if the child has COVID-19 symptoms (as listed in this document) or is lab-confirmed with COVID-19, and instead should opt to receive remote instruction (home-supervised learning) until the conditions for re-entry are met. Parents may also opt to have their students receive remote instruction if their child has had close contact with an individual who is lab-confirmed with COVID-19 until the 14-day incubation period has passed.

Re-Entry

In the case of an individual who was diagnosed with COVID-19, the individual may return to school when all of the following criteria are met:

  • at least three days (72 hours) have passed since recovery (resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducing medications);

  • the individual has improvement in symptoms (e.g., cough, shortness of breath); and

  • at least 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared; and

  • obtains an acute infection test at an approved testing location that comes back negative for COVID-19.

In the case of an individual who has symptoms that could be COVID-19 and who is not evaluated by a medical professional or tested for COVID-19, the individual may not return to the campus until the individual has completed the same set of criteria listed above.

If the individual has symptoms that could be COVID-19 and wants to return to school before completing the above stay at home period, the individual must either (a) obtain a medical professional’s note clearing the individual for return based on an alternative diagnosis or (b) obtain an acute infection test at an approved testing location that comes back negative for COVID-19.

Protocols for Face Coverings

Protective measures, including the use of face coverings, will be determined by the level of disease activity of COVID-19. The District will rely on data from the Center for Disease Control, Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and Dallas County Health and Human Services to determine the disease activity level and the appropriate protective measures.

Students’ individual needs will be addressed on a case-by-case basis. Requests for accommodations should be submitted to campus administration.

As of now, schools in DeSoto ISD are required to comply with the governor’s executive order regarding the wearing of masks. Students and staff are expected to wear face coverings during school hours.

  • Masks include non-medical grade disposable face masks, cloth face coverings (over the nose and mouth), or full-face shields to protect eyes, nose, and mouth.

  • Staff and students will appropriately wear face coverings at all times.

  • Students in Pre-K through second grade will wear face coverings in hallways, common areas and during arrival and dismissal.

  • Students in third through twelfth grades will wear face coverings at all times while at school.

  • It may be impractical for students to wear masks or face shields while participating in some non-UIL athletic or other extracurricular activities. When it is impractical for students to wear masks or face shields during those activities, schools must require students, teachers, staff, and visitors to wear masks or face shields when entering and exiting facilities and practice areas and when not actively engaging in those activities.

  • Students will not be required to wear face coverings while eating but will be distanced 6 feet apart.

  • Individual needs regarding face coverings will be addressed on a case-by-case basis. Requests for accommodations should be submitted to campus administration.

  • Additional protective equipment will be provided to school nurses for use in the clinic.

  • Families are expected to supply a student face-covering daily and are responsible for daily cleaning of face coverings. Should families need face coverings for students, the district is able to provide some.

Protocols for Campus Visitors

Campuses will utilize virtual meeting options to limit campus visitors when possible. All visitors who enter the building will be required to wear a face covering. Individuals who proceed beyond the reception area will follow specific guidelines for visitors.

Visitor Screening/PPE Requirements

  • All individuals entering the building will be required to wear face coverings.

  • All visitors will be subject to screening by way of a symptom screening form.

  • Any Individuals permitted to proceed beyond the reception area must follow all safety and campus protocols.

  • Volunteers are not allowed to visit campuses at this time (including mentors, college representatives, guest speakers, etc.).

  • Virtual meetings will be available when possible.

  • Visitors and staff will maintain physical distancing for ARD and other meetings in smaller conference areas.

  • If visitors have COVID-19 symptoms, or are lab-confirmed with COVID-19, they must remain off campus until they meet the criteria for re-entry.

Protocols for Disinfecting and Hand Sanitizing

Frequent disinfection and hand sanitization will ensure the health and wellness of students and staff.

Hand Washing/Sanitizing Expectations

  • Alcohol-based hand sanitizer will be available at the main entrance to the campus, in classrooms, in the cafeteria and in common areas throughout the campus.

  • Staff and students will be expected to regularly wash or sanitize their hands.

  • Provide hand sanitizer upon entry to classroom and periodic reminders during the instructional day

Disinfecting Expectations

  • Staff will have access to disinfectant wipes/cleaning supplies to sanitize high-touch and working surfaces and shared objects regularly.

  • Staff will limit the use of shared supplies when possible.

Protocols for Campus Cleaning and Disinfection

Frequent cleaning and disinfection will promote a healthy learning and work environment for students and staff.

Daily Campus Cleaning

  • Each classroom and restroom will be disinfected daily.

  • All high touch areas will be disinfected daily.

  • Cleaning clothes will be changed for each classroom and common area to maximize room to room cleanliness.

  • Custodians will wear masks and gloves during work hours.

  • The cafeteria will be disinfected between lunch periods.

  • Staff will have access to disinfectant wipes/cleaning supplies to sanitize working surfaces and shared objects after each use and during breaks in instruction.

Additional Cleaning Measure for Covid-19 Positive Cases on Campus

  • If a classroom or facility is closed due to COVID-19 spread, SSC will employ appropriate disinfectant measures.

Work and Learning Environments

Classroom protocols and procedures will include expectations regarding not sharing school supplies, social distancing, no or limited group work and hand washing or sanitizing, etc. Staff will ensure high-touch areas in the classroom are wiped frequently.

Classroom Configurations and Procedures

  • Desks or tables will be socially distanced as much as possible.

  • Teachers will create assigned seating arrangements to ensure social distancing.

  • The use of outdoor space for learning will be considered when possible. Classroom groups working outside will maintain at least 12 feet of social distance from other classroom groups.

  • Whenever possible, students and staff will maintain consistent groupings.

  • Classroom doors will be propped open to reduce high touch areas.

  • The recommended procedures will be applied to all classroom settings, including special education services locations when possible and appropriate. Students’ individual needs will be addressed on a case-by-case basis.

  • Guidelines for students who receive Special Education services:

In an effort to minimize potential exposure to our most vulnerable students, DeSoto ISD will:

      • Focus on social distancing, handwashing with warm water or hand sanitizer for 20 seconds every hour, and wearing masks.

      • Require masks when social distancing is not possible.

      • Post visual supports throughout building to remind and support understanding of expectations.

      • Keep each student’s belongings separated using student designated containers or areas.

      • Minimize the sharing of high-touch materials (e.g., assign each student their own device/materials for the day when possible).

      • Sanitize all used materials daily.

      • Utilize protective barriers as appropriate.

      • Utilize grouping and scheduling strategies to reduce exposure. Special Education IEP’s and placements will be adhered to.

Work and Learning Environments

Classroom protocols and procedures will include expectations regarding not sharing school supplies, social distancing, no or limited group work and hand washing or sanitizing, etc. Staff will ensure high-touch areas in the classroom are wiped frequently.

Classroom Configurations and Procedures

  • Desks or tables will be socially distanced as much as possible.

  • Teachers will create assigned seating arrangements to ensure social distancing.

  • The use of outdoor space for learning will be considered when possible. Classroom groups working outside will maintain at least 12 feet of social distance from other classroom groups.

  • Whenever possible, students and staff will maintain consistent groupings.

  • Classroom doors will be propped open to reduce high touch areas.

  • The recommended procedures will be applied to all classroom settings, including special education services locations when possible and appropriate. Students’ individual needs will be addressed on a case-by-case basis.

  • Guidelines for students who receive Special Education services:

In an effort to minimize potential exposure to our most vulnerable students, DeSoto ISD will:

      • Focus on social distancing, handwashing with warm water or hand sanitizer for 20 seconds every hour, and wearing masks.

      • Require masks when social distancing is not possible.

      • Post visual supports throughout building to remind and support understanding of expectations.

      • Keep each student’s belongings separated using student designated containers or areas.

      • Minimize the sharing of high-touch materials (e.g., assign each student their own device/materials for the day when possible).

      • Sanitize all used materials daily.

      • Utilize protective barriers as appropriate.

      • Utilize grouping and scheduling strategies to reduce exposure. Special Education IEP’s and placements will be adhered to.

Common Areas

  • Common areas include spaces that are used for meetings and collaboration. This includes computer labs, flexible spaces, campus libraries, conference rooms and other meeting rooms.

  • Campuses will develop schedules and protocols for the use of common areas, including how to sanitize space between use. All students and staff will be required to use hand sanitizer when entering and exiting common areas.

  • The number of students/staff in a common area will be based upon social distancing practices.

  • Visual reminders will be displayed for social distancing throughout common areas. Informational graphics and markers will be posted to help with 6 ft. social distancing.

  • Virtual meetings will be utilized as a primary resource.

  • If meetings must be held in person, all social distancing protocols will be implemented:

    • Facial coverings

    • Six-feet social distancing when possibles

    • Limiting the sharing of materials/supplies

Restrooms

  • Proper handwashing technique will be taught to all students and consistently reinforced.

  • Efforts will be made to limit the availability of toilets, urinals and sinks to certain times to comply with health agency recommendations and social distancing.

  • The scheduling of whole class restroom breaks is recommended to eliminate the co-mingling of students across various classes and to ensure teacher monitoring of social distancing guidelines.

  • A system will be implemented to identify the number of occupants utilizing each restroom to mitigate the chance of exceeding maximum occupants per social distancing.

  • After a restroom break, students will be required to use hand sanitizer before reentering the classroom.

Water Fountains

  • In order to minimize the potential spread of germs, building water fountains will not be available for use.

  • Students are expected to bring their own reusable water bottle for use throughout the day and expected to take water bottles home to be cleaned on a daily basis.

Transitions

  • Students and staff will follow disease mitigation and safety protocols.

  • Where possible, establish one-way traffic throughout campus hallways.

  • Walking pathways throughout the building will be designated “stay to the right.” This includes the entrance and exit doors.

Arrival

  • Early bird arrivals are strongly discouraged. Any students dropped off before the building is open will not be allowed inside the building. Any exceptions would need to be specifically arranged with campus administration.

  • Separate entrances will be utilized for car riders, walkers and daycare students.

  • All staff will be utilized for duty to maintain a line of sight in hallways and ensure the distancing of hallway cohorts.

  • Students will go straight to the classroom upon arrival and will not wait in a centralized holding area.

  • Parents will not be allowed to walk students to classrooms.

  • There may be additional procedures based on campus-specific needs.

Dismissal

  • Parents picking up students during the day will call ahead so that students can be sent or accompanied to parent vehicles upon arrival.

  • Sibling connections will be done outside the building.

  • Campus will designate staggered dismissal groups. Staggering the groups of walkers, car riders and daycare students will help manage student movement in the building and decrease the risk of potential crowding outside at dismissal time.

  • There may be additional procedures based on campus-specific needs.

Transportation (Bus, Car & Walk)

Bussing

  • At this time, DeSoto ISD is NOT providing home-to-school and school-to-home bus transportation for students.

Car Riders

Assigned staff will supervise student arrival and dismissal, ensuring that students are wearing masks, directing students to waiting areas and encouraging students to maintain desired social distance. Teachers will not be allowed to volunteer with the opening of car doors.

Students

  • As students exit their car, they will be expected to keep social distance when walking toward the building entry. Students will not congregate with other students on the campus when walking to school.

  • Students or volunteers will not be allowed to open doors or assist with carpool arrival.

  • Students will remain at a social distance while waiting to be picked up in the carpool area. Students will not congregate in large groups with other students on the campus when dismissed from school at the end of the day.


Parents

  • Parents should assist their own child with exiting the car.

  • Parents should follow pick up protocols regarding how to pick up their child.

  • Parents are asked to not congregate in large groups with other parents as they wait for their child to be dismissed from campus.

Walkers

  • Assigned staff will supervise student arrival and dismissal, ensuring that students are wearing masks, directing students to waiting areas and encouraging students to maintain desired social distance.

Students

  • It is recommended that walkers keep social distance and use a face covering while walking to and from school.

  • Students will be asked to avoid large groups or gatherings with other students on the campus before or after school as much as possible.

  • Students will be asked to immediately leave campus and begin walking home at the end of the school day.

Parents

  • Parents are encouraged to talk with their children about the health benefits of social distancing.

  • Parents should follow campus guidance on how to pick up their children.

  • Parents are asked to not congregate in large groups with other parents as they wait for their child to be dismissed from campus.

Student Meals

Based on building capacity and student enrollment, campus administration will determine areas that may be utilized for lunch. These areas could include classrooms, the library or other large areas within the school building.

Breakfast

  • Grab and Go: Prepackaged breakfast meals will be distributed to students by café staff upon entry.

  • Meals will be consumed in classrooms/social distanced feeding area.

  • Students must be able to be identified by non-contact method (verbal identifier or scannable ID card)

  • Staff will monitor to ensure social distancing.

Lunch

  • Lunch visitors will not be permitted.

  • Students must be able to be identified by non-contact method.

  • All meals prepaid. No cash handling.

  • We have two options for lunch meal distribution

Social Distanced Café Feeding:

Student meals distributed in caféteria to be consumed in social distanced feeding area

        • Lunch times will be staggered by class at least every 10 minutes with sanitation blocks between hallway cohorts.

        • No Self Service

Lunch in classroom:

Prepackaged lunch meal delivered to classrooms

Recess

  • Campuses will consider limiting the number of students per recess group. Staggered schedules can be utilized when needed.

  • Students will wear masks during outdoor activities. Students must maintain social distancing while lining up to return to class and sanitize or wash hands before re-entering.

  • All students and staff will be required to use alcohol-based hand sanitizer before entering the playground and upon exiting the playground.

  • Brain breaks will be implemented as needed, at the discretion of the campus or teacher.

Specials

  • Music, art, and PE equipment will be sanitized and wiped down after each use.

On and Off-Campus Student Activities

  • Off-campus field trips are suspended until further notice. Virtual field trips are encouraged.

  • Campuses are prohibited from planning large attendance events such as all-school assemblies, parties, socials, pep rallies, etc. that bring large groups of students together at one time until further notice.

  • Campuses will follow all DeSoto ISD, UIL and CDC guidelines in regards to games, practices, etc.

  • PTA event and fundraising information is pending. PTA and Boosters must collaborate with and seek approval from campus/district administration prior to any event that is planned.

  • After school club information is pending.

ACE Afterschool Program

To promote the student & staff safety for the 2020-21 school year, the ACE Afterschool program will provide the following:

  • All safety precautions (As set by DeSoto ISD) will be implemented which includes: Face Mask, Social distancing per classroom/cafeteria/gym areas.

  • ACE Program will not provide early morning academic assistance from 6:30 AM to 7:30 AM during fall 2020 (per district safety protocols until further notice.)

  • ACE Program will purchase all necessary disinfectant wipes/sprays, scan digital thermometers, and disposable face masks for the safety of staff and students.

  • Staff will receive safety training, which will include temperature check procedures, prior to the after school start date.

  • The ACE Afterschool Program will begin effective Monday, September 14 to allow for proper assessment of safety protocols, student to staff ratios and principal’s assignment of rooms for afterschool programming.

  • ACE enrollment, for the fall 2020 year, will be limited to 40 students per each elementary and middle school campus. Enrollment numbers will gradually increase during the fall into January of 2021 in order to strategically budget staff and plan additional spacing on each campus.

  • All ACE parent engagement activities/workshops will be held virtually until further notice.

  • ACE Program will provide a “Virtual” Afterschool program Monday through Friday from 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM with schedules that will be emailed to parents to participate should they choose to not return to the classroom in the fall.

Campus Events

  • No in-person assemblies will be held in the first quarter (August-October).

  • Meet the teacher, open house, parent conferences, etc. will be held virtually.

  • Admission, Review, & Dismissal (ARD) & Section 504 meetings will be facilitated virtually

Anytime, Anywhere Learning - Elementary Students


Expectations

DeSoto ISD will utilize the Anytime, Anywhere Learning plan to guide education for our students this fall through two options designed to provide choice and support for our families and their scholars. Through our common learning management system, Schoology, all students will be able to access high quality, rigorous, and relevant TEK-aligned instruction through both synchronous and asynchronous methods.

Student Engagement Expectations

Although DeSoto ISD has implemented an asynchronous instructional model to allow students the flexibility to engage in the learning materials on their own time, interacting intermittently with the teacher, students are required to engage in learning on a daily basis.

Per Texas Education Agency, “students are required to attend at least 90% of their classes (with some exceptions) to receive credit and be promoted. Remote attendance will count in the same manner as on-campus attendance in satisfying this requirement. (TEA Attendance & Enrollment FAQ)

Instructional Delivery

Students will engage in learning through the Anytime, Anywhere Learning plan. Whether students participate in Home-Supervised or Campus-Supervised Learning, all instruction is provided through our online learning management system, Schoology. Teachers and support staff are available to students virtually every day during scheduled sessions as well as during “office hours”. For students participating in Campus-Supervised Learning, on-site staff is available to ensure their safety and access to resources.

Rules of Engagement

DeSoto ISD is committed to creating a virtual culture of how we function as a school district. The Anytime, Anywhere Learning Rules of Engagement are intended to create a space where students, families, and staff collaborate to establish a safe and engaging space for learning.

The Desoto ISD Code of Conduct addresses how students utilize technology and interact with staff and peers on the internet. It is expected that all students conduct themselves in a way that is in line with the expectations expressed in the Code of Conduct.

Attendance

Home-Supervised AAL Students:

The primary way that teachers will take attendance is based on a student completing their work in Schoology for the day.

  • Your student will need to complete all of the tasks for their two academic blocks each day in Schoology to be counted as present for the day (M/W: Language Arts and Social Studies, T/Th: Math and Science, F: Math and Language Arts).

  • A student must complete their work between 12 AM and 11:59 PM to be counted present for that day.

  • A student cannot skip their work one day and then work ahead or catch up for attendance purposes. Work must be completed each day. For example:

    • A student cannot be counted present on Tuesday for work completed on Monday, even if they did all of Monday and Tuesday’s work on Monday.

    • A student cannot be counted present on Wednesday for work completed on Thursday, even if they did all of Wednesday and Thursday’s work on Thursday.

Alternative ways that a student can be counted present include:

  • Submitting all assignments for academic blocks for that day through another means, such as emailing them to the teacher.

  • A one-on-one meeting with their teacher where the teacher can verify they completed the work for the day.

  • Being present and participating in all live Zoom sessions for the day can substitute for completing work in one academic block.

Campus-Supervised AAL Students:

Student attendance will be taken by the staff member supervising them. Attendance will be taken at 10 AM for the day.

Campus-Supervised students who are unable to attend school in person can still be counted present if they meet the attendance requirements for Home-Supervised students.

Non-tech Option students:

If your student is participating in the non-tech option of Home-Supervised AAL, a teacher will need to verify that they have completed their work each day. This can be accomplished by:

  1. A parent taking a picture of the students' work each evening and sending it to the teacher through email, Remind, or another method provided by the teacher.

  2. Completing the non-tech option survey in Schoology at the end of each day.

  3. Making arrangements with your student’s teacher for a daily check in, such as a set time for a daily check-in phone call.


Schedules


Questions & Contact


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School Nurse/Counselor

Attendance/ student records/ enrollment/ withdrawals/ transfers

Campus attendance clerk/ PEIMS clerk

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