WISD Summer School Procedures

All student desks will be spaced a minimum of 6-feet apart all facing the same direction.
Students will be taught in self-contained classrooms each day.
Students will not participate in paired or group work.
Students will be taught by one teacher daily.
There will be a designated point of contact for each campus to mitigate COVID-19 concerns.
Hand sanitizer will be available at each campus entrance as well as in each classroom utilized.
Teachers and staff will self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms before coming onto campus.
WISD staff will take the temperatures of each student each day they are on campus.
Students will be instructed in good hand washing techniques and will be given frequent opportunities to wash their hands.
Students will go to the restroom on an individual bases, monitored by a staff member when necessary.
All WISD staff, unless they have a medical condition or disability that prevents wearing a face covering, will wear face coverings, over the nose and mouth, while they are on any WISD campus.
Each student over the age of 10 will also be required to wear a face covering while on a WISD campus, over the nose and mouth unless they have a medical condition or disability that prevents wearing a face covering.
Masks will be available for students when they arrive on campus if they do not have one upon arrival.
WISD will be implementing more frequent cleaning practices. This will include additional cleaning and disinfecting of surfaces that are touched in common throughout the day. This includes objects such as door handles, shared supplies such as art supplies and shared laptops, computers or tablets, etc.
Parents will be encouraged to drop off and pick up their students outside of the school.
Students will eat breakfast and lunch at their desks. Students who do not bring their own. breakfast or lunch will be served individually plated meals with disposable food service items.
WISD School Officials have a plan for immediate separation of any student who shows COVID-19 symptoms while at school until the student can be picked up by a parent or guardian.
If a positive case is identified for a summer school participant, whether teacher, staff, or student, the school must identify any individuals who had regular or close contact with the affected participant.
All participants of the summer school program will receive written notification if a positive COVID-19 case is identified among summer school participants. For students, such written notification is to be provided to the parents or guardians of the students. The school will also notify our local health department.
Any teacher, staff member or student who experiences any of the symptoms of COVID-19 should self-isolate until the below conditions have been met.
In the case of an individual who was diagnosed with COVID-19, the individual may return to the summer school program when all three 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); and the individual has improvement in symptoms (e.g., cough, shortness of breath); and at least ten days have passed since symptoms first appeared; or - In the case of an individual who has symptoms that could be COVID-19 and does not get evaluated by a medical professional or tested for COVID-19, the individual is assumed to have COVID-19, and the individual may not return to work until the individual has completed the same three-step criteria listed above; or - If the individual has symptoms that could be COVID-19 and wants to return to the summer school program before completing the above self-isolation period, the individual must obtain a medical professional’s note clearing the individual for return based on an alternative diagnosis.
Any student, teacher, or staff member living with someone who experiences any of the symptoms of COVID-19, whether they have a positive COVID-19 test or not, should self-isolate until the above conditions have been met. If they do not experience any COVID-19 symptoms during that period, they can return to summer school. If they experience symptoms, they must self-isolate until the conditions outlined above have been met.

COVID-19 Symptoms for Screening

Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Repeated shaking with chills
Muscle pain
Sore throat
Loss of taste or smell
Feeling feverish or a measured temperature greater than or equal to 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit
Known close contact with a person who is lab confirmed to have COVID-19

All plans are subject to change under guidance and mandates from state and local officials. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate through this together.