Health Protocols

Health Protocols
Posted on 08/16/2021
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Surveys of the CPCHS school partner systems provided guidance for the following steps:
• It has determined that CPCHS will follow the guidelines of each of our cooperating school systems as of 10/1/21.
• If a system requires masks during the day, then CPCHS will follow the same protocol at night.
• If a system makes masks optional, then CPCHS will do the same at night.
• If a system does not require a mask, then CPCHS will still have them as optional.
• Sites will still take temperatures at the sites and ask health questions as we will retain the option to send someone home, student or staff, should they have COVID symptoms or have been in close contact with another who tested positive.
• Receptionists should keep a list of those students or staff who are sent home with temperatures above 100 degrees.

Site closures will be determined on a site-by-site basis reflecting community concerns.
All visitors will be subject to the same well checks as students and staff before entering.
Visitors must wear their own mask when entering.
Site Directors will make decisions on quarantine timelines based on the information they are provided.
The following procedures have been
• Students are provided with cleaned materials and computer
• Classrooms are limited in student numbers determined by the size of the room
• Procedural signage is posted at the check-in table, water fountains, and hallways
• Restrooms are available at all sites
• Social distancing is encouraged when possible
• Masks will only cover nose and mouth....no “head covering type mask.”

PARENTS: The advantage of the Coastal Plains program is that students have the ability to work from both home and at the school site. With this in mind, student attendance needs to improve. Many students are not progressing as they should though they have had continual access to their courses.


Health Protocols