Information to Parents

Information for Parents
Posted on 02/11/2021

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February 11, 2021

Dear Parent(s) and Guardian(s),

On February 9th the Monmouth Roseville School Board approved a change to the current learning model. Please read the information below:

February 22, 2021 will be a planning day for the district. There will be no classes on this day

March 1, 2021 to March 31, 2021: In-person students will begin attending 5 days per week with an approximate 12:30 p.m. dismissal. Please contact the school your child attends for exact times. Remote students will follow the same schedule.
• Teachers will hold office hours from approximately 1:30 to 3:15 daily. Please contact the school your child attends for exact times.
• With this change the school district will no longer be able to socially distance by six feet in our classrooms, cafeterias and buses.
• Quarantining could increase significantly due to the lack of social distancing in classrooms, cafeterias, and buses.
• All applicable rules and regulations by the CDC and IDPH will be followed as it pertains to quarantining students.
• Masks will be required for everyone in the building.
• Student Self Certification forms will be required each day.

March 22, 2021: An In-Person option for Pre-K learners will begin. Information regarding our Pre-K program will be sent directly to parents.

March 26, 2021 will be a planning day for the district. There will be no classes on this day.

April 1, 2021 to 5, 2021 -Spring Break. April 6, 2021 to the last day of school, currently May 21, 2021: The dismissal time for all district schools will change from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
• Teachers will hold office hours from approximately 2:15 to 3:15 daily. Please contact the school your child attends for exact times.
• With these changes the school district will no longer be able to socially distance by six feet in our classrooms, cafeterias and buses.
• With this change the school district will no longer be able to socially distance by six feet in our classrooms, cafeterias and buses.
• Quarantining could increase significantly due to the lack of social distancing in classrooms, cafeterias, and buses. All applicable rules and regulations by the CDC and IDPH will be followed as it pertains to quarantining students.
• Masks will be required for everyone in the building.
• Student Self Certification forms will be required each day.

Expectations of Parents/Guardians: The success of this plan hinges on students, staff, parents, etc. continuing to follow all applicable WCHD and IDPH guidelines in and outside of school. It is my hope that we will be successful in this change just as we were with our change from remote learning to our current hybrid model.

• Please update your contact information in TylerSIS360 or contact your child’s school to update phone numbers, addresses, employment information, and emergency contacts.
• If you are called from the school to pick up your child, please do so as soon as possible.
• During the remainder of the school year, you may receive a phone call from our local health department. They may be requesting or supplying information related to the possibility your child may have been a close contact in a COVID-related situation. We ask you to please comply with their requests. Non-compliance with contact tracing could cause our school district to revert back to a remote or hybrid learning model.
• Do not knowingly send children to school with COVID-like symptoms, and/or if a household member received a positive result within the last 14 days, and/or if a household member is showing any signs of COVID.
• If this occurs, the school administration reserves the right to place each child in the residence into remote learning for the remainder of the school year.
• If this occurs, the school administration reserves the right to remove each child in the residence from any extracurricular activities for the remainder of the school year.
• Comply with all requirements regarding the completion of a physical and/or vaccines that have been communicated through the school year. If a child is not in compliance with these requirements, they will be excluded from school.

As always, everyone should monitor their health and stay at home if they develop symptoms. Sick persons should contact their health care provider to determine if testing is needed. Anyone who develops severe symptoms should seek medical care immediately. If your child has had close contact with a known case of COVID-19, keep the child at home and notify your primary healthcare provider, the school, and your local health department.

We are committed to providing your child and our staff with a safe and healthy environment. Thank you for your understanding and ongoing cooperation with our COVID prevention policies and procedures as we work to help protect your children, your families, and our staff and their families. For any questions or concerns, please contact the school your child attends.

Yours in Education,
Edward D. Fletcher Superintendent

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