Kevin Lloyd Posted April 23, 2020 Share Posted April 23, 2020 In some places school children who are at risk of developing a serious illness if they are infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus will be exempt from school operation after providing a medical certificate. The same applies to students who live in a household with members of a risk group. How will your school provide support for these students while quarantined? As planning is important to be prepared, according to a survey by Together School of parents and international school leaders, there is a high expectation that COVID-19 will be a disruption through next school year and potentially beyond. This will require preparation for examining how to manage potentially the class size or having some grades do online learning one day and then be at the school the other day. Will you include parents as tools for learning at home? Communication for such things is critical. How will you approach this? Will you have video explaining the reason and decision, a webinar, send push notification to notify everyone and track their response, etc.? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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