• NOTE: These plans are subject to change. Any updates will be marked and dated.

    Specific Guidelines and Expectations

    Breakfast/Lunch Procedures

    • Breakfast will be provided via the PSE “Kiosk” system.
    • Students will receive a weekly menu of breakfast/lunch options. (available via PSE website)
    • Breakfast will be available for students at 2 kiosks.
      • Car Riders will utilize the kiosk in the Main Foyer outside of the Art Room.
      • Bus Riders will utilize the kiosk in the Secondary Foyer outside of the Library.
    • Students will use directional floor markings to assist with their route and social distancing.
    • Students will eat breakfast in their classrooms.
    • Students will sanitize their hands before and after breakfast.
    • Desks and chairs will be cleaned/disinfected after breakfast.
    • Disposable serving items will be used when possible.
    • Virtual students will be served in a “drive-through” service by child nutrition staff.
    • Daily lunch count will be submitted to the cafeteria by a designated time to ensure the correct amount of lunches are delivered.
    • Students will eat lunch in their classrooms.
    • Lunches will be delivered daily to each classroom. PSE custodians and support staff will assist food and nutrition with lunch delivery.
    • Teachers will sanitize their hands before and after distributing lunches.
    • Students will sanitize their hands before and after lunch.
    • Students will remain in their designated area during lunch.
    • At the conclusion of lunch, the teacher will circulate with a trash bag to allow students to dispose of their trash.
    • Tables and desks will be cleaned/disinfected immediately following lunch by the teacher.
    • Students with allergies will eat in an allergen friendly location.
    • Student barcodes will be added to bookbag tags and scanned for all students eating school breakfast & lunch.

     Classroom Procedures

    • All desks will be arranged facing forward in rows, if practical.
    • Students will be seated at least 6 feet away from each other to the greatest extent possible.
    • All desks will be labeled. Students will be required to sit at assigned desks daily.
    • Classroom items will not be shared. Students will have their own set of supplies and materials to use on a daily basis.
    • Station learning centers around the perimeter of the classroom that allows a maximum of 2 children per center, if practical.
    • Students will not be permitted to share food or drink items.

    Restroom Procedures

    In effort to minimize unnecessary hallway traffic and allow ample time for restroom cleaning/disinfection, PSE will implement scheduled restroom breaks.

    • Classes with restrooms will limit their use of “community” restrooms.
    • In the event that a class with a restroom needs to have a whole group break, “community” restrooms will be assigned to promote social distancing.
    • Whole class “community” restroom breaks will be scheduled.
    • Restrooms will be assigned by grade level.
      • Second grade will use the “community” restroom in their hallway.
      • Third grade will use the “community” restrooms on the Fourth Grade hall
      • Fourth grade will use the “community” restrooms by the gym.
    • Directional floor markings will be available to assist with social distancing
    • Teachers will monitor and limit the number of students in restrooms at the same time.
    • Students will sanitize hands prior to entering the restroom.
    • Students will wash hands prior to exiting restrooms.
    • Upon exiting restrooms, students will use directional floor marking to ensure social distancing in their return to class
    • Individual student emergency restroom trips will be addressed as necessary.
    • Water fountains will only be used for filling water bottles. Students will not be permitted to use the water fountains for drinking.

     XCAT and PSSC Procedures

    • Upon arrival, staff members will escort students to class from the entrance door. Hand sanitizer will be used upon entry by all students and staff. All desks will be arranged facing forward in rows, if practical.
    • Students will be seated at least 6 feet away from each other to the greatest extent possible.
    • All desks will be labeled. Students will be required to sit at assigned desks daily.
    • Personal items will be sent home each day to be washed.
    • Classroom items will not be shared. Students will have their own set of supplies and materials to use on a daily basis.
    • Staff members will escort students to class from the entrance door. Hand sanitizer will be used upon entry by all students and staff.
    • Reduce furniture to provide space for social distancing.
    • In the PSSC class, sleeping mats will be 6 feet apart, if practical, with heads in opposite directions.
    • Station learning centers around the perimeter of the classroom that allows a maximum of 2 children per center, if practical.
    • Students will not be permitted to share food or drink items.
    • Personal items will be sent home each day to be washed.

    Resource Procedures

    • Classroom items will not be shared. Students will have their own set of supplies and materials to use on a daily basis.
    • Reduce furniture to provide space for social distancing.
    • Students will use hallway directional signs to safely transition to and from Resource.
    • Time will be provided in the schedule for student work areas to be sanitized between each group.
    • All desks will be arranged facing forward in rows, if practical.
    • Students will be seated at least 6 feet away from each other to the greatest extent possible.
    • All desks will be labeled. Students will be required to sit at assigned desks daily.

    Student Academic Plans

    • Teachers will gather student data during the first ten days of school using district approved screeners for each grade level.
    • Once data has been gathered the data will be used to determine appropriate pathways (instruction) for students.
    • The data will also be used to structure supports. (Tier I-III Instruction - Support/Enrich)
    • Depending on student data and instructional needs, a set schedule will be created to provide student intervention and enrichment.
    • PM will be administered to students weekly that qualify for Tier II & Tier IIIIntervention.
    • The SDSS Team will conduct meetings at least once a month. Additional meetings may be called depending on student needs.