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Children are getting sick from COVID-19. Children are also having to go to the hospital at an increased rate due to rising rates of transmission of the Delta variant, especially in communities with low vaccination rates.
CDC recommends all schools require universal masking and use additional prevention strategies regardless of how many students, educators, and staff are currently vaccinated. Masks are critical, but masks alone are not enough. Along with promoting vaccination for educators, staff, and students 12 years and older, schools must use several strategies at the same time to keep everyone as safe as possible. Examples of these strategies include improving ventilation and ensuring physical distancing.
Federal resources are available to support these efforts. The following provides a set of questions you can ask your school to learn more about their COVID-19 precautions.
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As a parent or caregiver, you can and should learn more about how your school is using the CDC guidance to help slow the spread of COVID-19. For detailed information, check with your school for procedures they have in place to help keep students, educators, staff, and visitors safe. It is also extremely important right now to teach and reinforce healthy behaviors for your children. Talk to them about the importance of masking, distancing, and frequent handwashing so that they can make choices that help keep them safer at school.
Docsun on Questions you can ask your school to learn more about their COVID-19 precautions
- What prevention strategies are you currently using to keep my child safe in school?
- How will you keep parents and caregivers updated on any changes in the school’s prevention strategies?
- How and when are you updating your protocols for COVID-19?
- Will you be hosting information sessions about COVID-19 vaccination for parents, guardians, and eligible students?
- Will you offer COVID-19 vaccination at the school?
- Are you requiring teachers, staff, or students 12 and older to be vaccinated against COVID-19?
- Will you be providing screening testing regularly?
- What happens if my child’s teacher gets sick from COVID-19?
- Are there procedures in place for contact tracing?
- What is your quarantine policy if my child comes into close contact with someone who has COVID-19?
- Are you allowing visitors on campus? And if so, what procedures are you using for guests?
- Are you using outdoor spaces for learning, extracurricular activities, or mealtime?
- What are you doing to keep students safe when they are eating meals?
- What are my remote learning options if my child has to quarantine or isolate?
Schools should communicate their strategies and any changes in plans to teachers, staff, and families, and directly to older students, using accessible materials and communication channels, in a language and at a literacy level that teachers, staff, students, and families understand.
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Original links to the article:- https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/parent-faqs.html