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  • 2021-2022 Important Health Information

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    Masks/Face Coverings
    In compliance with the Governor's Executive Order 21-175, masks will be optional. 


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    Maximizing Space
    Students will be encouraged to maximize all available space during morning arrival, afternoon dismissal, recess, and physical education. Classroom spaces will be maximized wall-to-wall with desks facing the same direction. Collaborative learning is permitted with students coming together as appropriate. 


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    Free Breakfast and Lunch
    Parents, please encourage your students to take advantage of free breakfast and lunch, available again this school year regardless of income levels. Research proves well-nourished children who start the day with breakfast are more likely to be better learners and willing participants in class. Students will utilize both indoor and outdoor eating spaces as much as possible.


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    Sick or Symptomatic Students
    Students who are sick should stay home and not return to school until they are symptom-free (click to review Student Health Screener) and fever-free without the use of fever-reducing medicines for at least 24 hours.

    Students will be able to access assignments through the Canvas Learning Management System (LMS) and district-assigned laptop.    


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    Contact Tracing
    CCPS will work collaboratively with the Florida Department of Health-Collier regarding notifications to parents of students or individuals on campuses or in school activities determined to be COVID-19 close/direct contacts.

    As established during summer school, vaccinated students deemed close/direct contacts will NOT need to quarantine (unless they are symptomatic or test positive). 

    In the event of a quarantine, students are able to continue accessing assignments through the Canvas Learning Management System (LMS) and district-assigned laptop.

    Click here for quarantine FAQs


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    Vaccinations
    Collier County Public Schools will not mandate the COVID-19 vaccination of students enrolled in our schools. The decision whether or not to vaccinate a child for COVID-19 rests with parents.


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    Virtual Learning
    For families desiring a virtual learning option, eCollier Virtual Academy expanded for School Year 2021-22 to serve students from grades Kindergarten through 12. Free enrollment features local instruction and support. 

    More information about eCA is available at www.collierschools.com/eca.


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    Visitors and Volunteers
    Visitors and volunteers will be welcomed back on our campuses before or after the school day; however, as a way of lowering the risk of transmission, access will not be allowed during school hours to start the school year. We will reassess our Collier County COVID-19 transmission rates and determine changes as circumstances warrant.


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    Transportation
    Bus drivers will continue to space students on buses, when possible, and will leave windows slightly open to increase ventilation on board buses. 


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    Other Precautions
    CCPS will continue with our cleaning service for all 50+ campuses. Areas where known cases have been identified will be disinfected. Staff and students will continue with frequent hand washing and hand sanitizer stations will remain available through schools.