Central to our preparation to return to campus, we are installing plexiglass, touchless sanitzing stations, more touchless water fountains, touchless restroom sinks and toilets, sanitizing equipment in all classrooms and offices, personal protective equipment (PPE), and evaluating new technologies like UV-C light disinfection and contact tracing platforms. We also have developed the following policies and protocols.
Campus will be open exclusively for students and essential personnel.
Student schedules will be crafted to maintain low student:teacher ratios and minimize the potential for on-campus interaction.
Lunch will be delivered to Early Childhood and Lower School classrooms, taking measures for allergy restrictions.
Lunch will be served to Grades 6-12 from both sides of the current Rose and Lew Goodman Beit Midrash. Students will be dismissed from their classrooms just prior to lunch on staggered schedules and eat in their next period classrooms.
After-school programming will not be held on campus. Online options are being explored.
Campus cleaning will be increased throughout the school day and deeper daily sanitizing will protocols will occur between school days.
Temperatures will be taken upon campus entry for every student, employee and vendor. Anyone with a temperature above 99.5°F will not be permitted on campus. This will be strictly enforced.
Parents will be required to provide masks for students. Masks will be mandatory for all faculty, staff (campus-wide) and students in Kindergarten-Grade 12. Masks will be encouraged for students in PK3-PK4 and not required for students in PK2. Masks will be required for anyone entering campus, including parents and vendors.
Campus areas will be designated by zones to minimize campus interaction.
Families will be informed of their arrival/dismissal times and corresponding campus stations. Times may be staggered to minimize gatherings in drop off and pick up areas.
Students may only enter campus by car. Park & Walk is no longer permitted.
Students and employees will be trained to uphold all campus protocols.
If a student, employee or someone in his/her immediate household tests positive for COVID-19, the parents/employee must notify the school immediately. Scheck Hillel will follow CDC guidelines and adhere to school policies.
The Welcome Office has been moved to the Athletic Complex. This will be the only location parents will be permitted for late drop-off and early pick-up.
The Health & Wellness (Nurse) Office has been moved to the Athletic Complex and will include a designated isolation holding area. If anyone on campus presents symptoms of COVID-19, he/she will remain in the Health & Wellness Office’s isolation area until he/she leaves campus.