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Returning to Learn - Things You Need To Know
Keith Custer
Friday, August 21, 2020






The purpose of this plan is to provide answers and expectations while students are involved in distance learning.

Our hope is to maintain academic rigor while providing a sense of stability to our students and their families.


  • Traditional in-person school begins August 27, 2020
  • A shift to distance learning, if necessary, will include the use of the following platforms:

Zoom, Google classroom, Edgenutiy, Email, Paper / Pencil Packets



  • All students and staff will be screened upon arrival at school through designated doors no earlier than 7:40.
  • Temperatures will be checked, any person exhibiting a temperature of 100 degrees or more or having  symptoms listed by the Oklahoma Dept. of Health will be isolated, and a parent or guardian will be contacted to pick up the student as quickly as possible.
  • All visitors must wear a mask to enter any part of the campus.


  • All bus riders will be screened for temperature before boarding the bus.
  • Parents are to remain at the bus stop until their child has been checked.
  • Students will be seated by family and socially distanced as much as possible.
  • Windows will be open to maximize airflow on the bus, unless weather dictates otherwise.
  • Bus will be sanitized and disinfected on a daily basis.
  • The district encourages parents to bring their children to school instead of riding the bus.
  • For afternoon pick up, students will be dismissed from the cafeteria instead of in front of the building.



  • For afternoon pick up, students will be dismissed from the cafeteria instead of in front of the building.


  • Masks will be used by the cafeteria staff when serving and during food preparation when social distancing is not possible.
  • Tables will be disinfected and cleaned between meal groups.
  • 3rd through 6th grades will eat lunch in their rooms.
  • PreK-2 will eat in the lunchroom and will social distance a much as possible.
  • Junior High and High School will eat lunch at staggered times to maximize social distancing. Students will be grouped by grades levels when eating.


  • No sharing of supplies will be allowed this school year.
  • Seating will utilize social distancing when possible in all classrooms.
  • Teachers will have access to sanitizing materials and will wipe down surfaces in the classroom as often as possible.
  • Student choosing to bring snacks to school must bring individually wrapped snacks.
  • When possible, classroom doors will be open to allow for maximum air flow.


  • Elementary students will have outdoor recess in accordance with schedules limiting the number of students on the playground at one time.
  • Sanitation will be available for all students before and after recess.
  • Outdoor PE for all students will be utilized as much as possible.  Inside the gym, social distancing will be practiced as much as possible.
  • In music, social distancing will be in place.  The music rooms will be sanitized as often as possible.


  • Athletics will practice social distancing where possible.  All lockers rooms will be sanitized daily.
  • Athletes will be required to hand sanitized as frequently as possible.
  • Screening procedures will be used on all students before participation in extra-curricular activity.


  • The school must be notified immediately when a student has been tested positive.
  • The student will remain in quarantine for 14 days.
  • The siblings of the student that attend school must also remain in quarantine for 14 days.
  • Teachers will contact the student to arrange for distance learning.
  • Notification will be sent to all parents in the district indicating there is a positive case(s) and the level (elementary, junior high, high school or group / activity).  No individual name will be mentioned.
  • Parents will be encouraged to watch for symptoms which are: Cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills and / or repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell.
  • The district encourages testing for students that show one of more of these symptoms.