Public Health Best Practices

Posted November 29, 2022

  • Screen daily prior to arriving at school/work for symptoms

  • Stay home if you are not feeling well.

  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) provided (medical masks, eye protection, gowns, gloves etc.) including non-fit N95 and medical grade masks, eye protection for staff

  • Continue to emphasize proper hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette 

  • Alcohol-based hand rub is available throughout schools and buildings

  • Daily cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces is continuing

  • Monitor the use of standalone HEPA filters in all of our classrooms and learning spaces.  Standalone HEPA units must be running in all occupied spaces where they are located

  • Encourage the opening of windows where possible and maximizing the use of outdoor learning spaces

  • Emphasize to  staff, students and visitors the signs encouraging best practices related to preventative measures

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