North Campus Health and Safety Plan Summary

Anticipated Launch Date: 7/1/20

Milagre Kids School – North Campus, is a Licensed Private School for the education of students with autism, ages 6-21. Our North Campus has 7 students and 9 staff spread across 4 classrooms encompassing just over 3,200 sq. ft., allowing ample space for social distancing.  We provide 1:1 staffing and close supervision of our students, which makes their adherence to safety and hygiene protocols easily achievable. Our level of staffing also allows for the cleaning and disinfecting, listed below, to occur throughout the school day, as well as close monitoring of health throughout the school day. All supplies to carry out the Health and Safety Plan have been acquired, and a professional cleaning company has been hired.

Facilities Cleaning, Sanitizing, Disinfecting and Ventilation

Requirement(s) Strategies, Policies and Procedures
* Cleaning, sanitizing,
disinfecting, and ventilating
learning spaces, surfaces,
and any other areas used by
students(i.e., restrooms, drinking fountains, hallways,
and transportation)
-Clean and disinfect high touch
surfaces in classrooms and
Minimum of twice, daily
Between uses for shared spaces
Clean and disinfect used materials, daily
Discourage the sharing of items by staff and students, when feasible.
If unavoidable, clean and sanitize between users.
Deep clean/disinfect classrooms
and bathrooms, weekly
Monitor HVAC system for proper
Increase ventilation, when feasibleOpen exterior windows
Open classroom doors
Prohibit use of communal water
fountain and provide adequate
supply of bottled water

Social Distancing and Other Safety Protocols

* Classroom/learning space
occupancy that allows for 6 feet
of separation among students
and staff throughout the day,
to the maximum extent feasible

  * Restricting the use of
cafeterias and other congregate
settings, and serving meals in
alternate settings such as classrooms  

* Hygiene practices for students and staff including the manner
and frequency of hand-washing
and other best practices  

* Posting signs, in highly visible locations, that promote everyday protective measures, and how to stop the spread of germs  

* Handling sporting activities consistent with the CDC Considerations for Youth Sports for recess and physical education classes   Limiting the sharing of materials among students.  Staggering the use of communal spaces and hallways.    Adjusting transportation schedules and practices to create social distance between students Limiting the number of
individuals in classrooms and other learning spaces, and
interactions between groups of
students. Coordinating with local childcare regarding on site care, transportation protocol changes and, when possible, revise hours of operation or modified
school-year calendars  
Other social distancing and
safety practices
Maintain a minimum of 6 feet
between student desks.  
Utilize furniture to define
individual student spaces  
Increase dedicated, individual
student space to accommodate
teaching materials and
equipment to effectively
continue instruction in open
programs  
Eliminate the use of the
lunchroom  
Serve staff and student lunches
within individual student space Require hand-washing, upon
arrival, for students and staff Require hand-washing:  
Before/after bathroom use and diaper changes  
Before/after lunch and snacks   After outdoor play  
When dirty  
Require hand-washing before
dismissal  
Provide hand sanitizer in each
classroom for interim
Post signs outlining:    
COVID-19 symptoms    
How to stop the spread of germs Effective hand-washing    
Effective use of hand sanitizer  
Proper fit and handling of face
coverings    
Prohibit non-essential visitors
and volunteers    
Offer virtual observations when possible  
Provide student specific
materials within each student’s
individual work space  
When possible, purchase duplicates of items typically used by
more than one student  
Communicate bathroom
occupancy to eliminate more than one student in the bathroom at a time  
Stagger use of gym and outdoor
space to limit use to one student at a time  
Transition students through hallways one at a time  
Limit the number of students in a classroom to 3  
Eliminate any group instruction

Monitoring Student and Staff Health

* Monitoring students and
staff for symptoms and history of exposure  
* Isolating or quarantining
students, staff, or visitors if they become sick or demonstrate a
history of exposure  
* Returning isolated or quarantined staff, students, or visitors to school  
Notifying staff, families, and the public of school closures and
within-school- year changes in
safety protocols
Before admitting staff/student to the building  
Take temperature
Staff-ask screening questions     Students- -ask family screening questions if present at drop off    -text family screening questions  if not present at drop off  
Do not admit staff/students with a history of exposure  
Isolate and send home any staff/
student who become ill at school Use “apartment”, with doors
closed, for isolation while
waiting to send home  
Permit return to school –   
 14 days after exposure, if no
symptoms develop or negative
10 days after onset of symptoms AND symptoms have improved
AND 72 hours fever free, without fever-reducing medication  
Communicate school closures
and any changes in safety
protocols to staff and families via email and phone calls. 
Notify Public via website.

Other Considerations for Students and Staff

* Protecting students and staff at higher risk for severe illness   * Use of face coverings (masks
or face shields) by all staff  
* Use of face coverings (masks
or face shields) by older students (as appropriate)  
Unique safety protocols for
students with complex needs or
other vulnerable individuals  

Strategic deployment of staff
Provide, and require use of, KN95 masks by staff at higher risk, or when working with a higher
risk student
Staff are required to wear face
masks while in the school
building, or when working with a student outside
When appropriate, require face masks to be worn by students When appropriate, make virtual instruction available for students who are unable to attend school.    Have a minimum of 3 staff
members cross trained on each
student to provide substitute
options in the event a staff
member is out.