Healthy Return to School 2020

Healthy Return to School 2020


Healthy Return to School 2020

Direction, guidance and resources for a healthy return to school will be posted here as they becomes available. Please check back often for updates and new information.

Please take a few minutes to read through the updates and publications below as these will give you an idea of how we are planning for a healthy return to school. For specific protocols, click on the appropriate document in the "documents" box to the left.

Latest updates:

Helping students deal with issues related to the pandemic:

Information for parents of elementary students

Important Notice From Sadie Lyford, RU Nurse, 10/22/20:

The travel map for New England has changed recently. One of the biggest changes is Grafton County NH, which includes, West Lebanon NH. West Lebanon is now in a yellow county, which means if you travel there for anything that is non-essential, you must quarantine upon your return.

People traveling for essential purposes do not need to quarantine. Essential travel includes travel for work, personal safety, medical care, care of others, parental shared custody, for food, beverage or medicine, to attend preK-12 school and college if commuting daily, or to perform work for businesses that are currently allowed to operate. 

Please note that grocery shopping is essential - but going out to eat is non-essential. We are entering a time where the number of covid cases are increasing around Vermont, and holiday travel will be common. We need to be aware of where we are traveling and what we need to do when we return. 

October 20: Superintendents Update Oct 20

Sept 23: Superintendents Update 9:23

Sept 4: Superintendents Update Sept 4

Remote Learning Plan

OSSD Covid 19 Protocols 2020 updated Aug 27