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The Whole School Is In This Together.

We are dedicated to helping the students, parents, faculty and this entire community beat COVID-19 together!

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Ventilated Schools

Make healthy choices in the cafeteria and at school events

Healthy Students

Learn about the symptoms of COVID-19 and what to do if you get sick

Clean Buses

Stay healthy by practicing daily preventive measures

How To Protect Your Child From SARS-CoV-2?

It all starts at home first. Take these steps below to get stated.

The number one rule of thumb to keep yourself from becoming sick is to maintain good personal hygiene. But what if you want to do more than that?

Stay hydrated at school

Wipe down hard surfaces

Stay home if you are sick

Wash your hands often

We're Stronger Together. Strong Start

Start the new year off strong against Covid-19. Make a commitment to yourself that you’ll make sure all students are aware of how to practice daily preventive measures.

While the CDC has not decided if the virus will spread to the general public, school administrators are taking precautions to protect students and teachers.

Our Committed To This Community

Learn More About Covid-19 Prevention Below

It's Time To Take Action.

Be safe. Be a part of the team. Be a part of Strong Start 2021

Online Classes

Learn how to stay healthy during your vacation time.

In-person Learning

Know how to properly care for a sick student or family member

Group Prevention

Teach other students about how to prevent COVID-19

LDOE Resources

Reopening 2.0: SARS-CoV-2 prevention in 2021

The School Reopening 2.0 Initiative is a program developed by the Louisiana Department of Education (LDOE) to help bring an end to SARS and other severe respiratory diseases.

This program is for students, their parents, guardians, and caregivers, teachers, and school staff who are returning to school in fall 2021. For the health and safety of all, we need to make sure students are aware of how to practice daily preventive measures.

6 Steps That Us Fight Covid-19.

Our children and their families are our top concern during these tough times

Stay healthy at school

Social distancing in the hallways and cafeteria 

Practice preventive measures

New ventilation system to keep the air flow clean.

Wash hands frequently

Wash hands through your breaks and eating periods.

Use hand sanitizers

When there is no option to go to restroom use hand sanitizer.

Use antibacterial wipes

Keep all hard surface cleaned antibacterial wipes throughout day.

Keep your home safe

Practice the exact same method at school and at your home.

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Frequently asked questions...

What physical standards are required for schools to reopen?

School systems should plan for adequate social distance measures through adaptation of physical standards. LDH and LDOE reopening guidance provides a series of best practices for maintaining social distance measures.

Can students be seated at tables?

Yes, students may be seated at tables as long as partitions are used to separate individuals at the table, or they are physically distanced to the maximum extent possible. Schools should consult the School Reopening Guidance for best practices.

What updated guidance has been released regarding physical distancing in schools?

Based upon the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) updated K-12 school guidance, which reflects the latest science on physical distance between students in classrooms, Louisiana Department of Health (LDH) now recommends that, with universal masking, students should maintain a distance of at least 3 feet in classroom settings.

What thermometer should school systems use for taking temperatures?

School systems should consult p. 15 of the School Reopening Guidance for guidance on obtaining thermometers. School systems should use a touchless thermometer whenever possible.

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