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Adoption Date: 06/22/2021

Revision History: 05/24/2022 (reviewed), 6/13/23 (updated)

The district believes that student learning is the heart of its core mission. While traditional in-person teaching continues to provide the greatest learning opportunity for all students, there may be rare and unusual circumstances that prevent the school community from convening in traditional in-person settings. At times of a possible emergency declared by federal, state or local officials, the district will seek guidance and recommendations from federal, state and local agencies to assist in determining the safety of convening traditional in-person learning.

If, due to the public emergency, the school board determines that holding traditional in-person learning at district facilities would hinder the health and safety of the school community the district will instead utilize remote or hybrid learning opportunities permitted by law.

Following guidance and recommendations from federal, state, and local agencies when reasonably possible, the administration will create regulations related to district operations during a public emergency, including, but not limited to, student, employee and visitor safety and security; the use and safeguarding of district property; public meetings and events, and when applicable, measures to prevent or slow the spread of infectious disease.

These measures will be enforced for the period of time of the public emergency, or until the school board and superintendent, in consultation with federal, state and local agencies determine it is appropriate for the safety measures to end.

Policy References:

Legal Reference:

Senate File 2310
Iowa Code ch. 279.8

Cross Reference:

403.3 Communicable Diseases - Employees
403.3R1 Universal Precautions
403.3E1 Hepatitis B Vaccine Information and Record

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