What Can Parents & Students Expect September 21, 2020
Can I walk my student to their classroom?
- At this time, visitors are not allowed in the building.
What if my student is not feeling well before school?
COVID-19 symptoms are as follows:
- New onset cough or shortness of breath by themselves are the primary symptoms.
- Or at least two of the following: fever (100.4°F or higher), chills, muscle pain, sore throat, loss of sense of taste or smell, diarrhea, nausea, or vomiting.
- If a person has a new symptom (for example, new loss of smell only) with no other diagnosis to explain it, they should stay home and talk to their health care provider about testing for COVID-19, even if it is the only symptom they are experiencing. More information about COVID-19 symptoms is available from the CDC.
- In addition to COVID-19 symptoms, students should be excluded from school for signs of other infectious diseases, per existing school policy and protocols.
- Please do not send a student to school when feeling ill. Call the front office and e-mail their teacher.
Does my student need a face covering?
- Students and staff members will be required to wear a face covering on the bus and on school grounds.
- Students will be provided a mask, if needed.
Can my student eat breakfast?
- Students will eat breakfast in their classrooms. Students will enter through the outside doors of their hallway to their classroom.
How do students enter the building?
- Please do not drop your student off before 8:00 am.
- Parents are to stay in their cars when dropping off their student
- Students will enter and sanitize their hands through the following entrances (see map in morning routines video):
- Kindergarten will enter through the cafeteria doors.
- First grade will enter through the back-hallway entrance
- Second grade and Third grade will enter through the second/third-grade side doors
- Fourth grade and Fifth grade will enter through the fourth/fifth grade hallway
- Students will go directly to their classrooms. Backpacks will go in their designated cubby and supplies will go into their desks.
What items should my student bring to school?
- Please have students bring their iPads to school. They will take them home daily.
- Students need to bring their supplies to class. Supplies will not be shared.
- Water bottles (labeled and with secure lids) are encouraged, as water fountains are not available.
What if my student has an appointment or I need to get my student early?
- Please call the front office and they will send the student to the front to be checked out at the office.
What if my student gets sick at school?
- If sick, the school will contact parents/guardians or listed family emergency contacts.
How do I pick up my student?
- Roosevelt will have a staggered schedule for dismissal of students based on how they go home and by grade level. Walkers/Bikers are dismissed at 3:10. Pick-ups are dismissed at 3:15. Busses are individually called as they arrive. The children will go out their hallway side doors and walk around to the busses. The last group to arrive (the children with the furthest to walk) are the 4th and 5th graders for each bus. Kinders will be the first to arrive to the busses. As we have confirmation of each grade on busses, a Roosevelt staff member will communicate with the driver. Students will be exiting from different wings of the building during this time (Please see dismissal video).
Meet the Support Staff at Roosevelt:
Drop off and dismissal:
First Days of School – Arrival by Bus:
First Days in Orange and Yellow: