General Information

The newly updated CDC guidelines affirm our current modes of learning and use of mitigation strategies in BPS101. Given our current transmission rates, the CDC recommends hybrid learning/reduced attendance and requires six feet of social distancing, which is how BPS101 is presently operating. BPS101 has a commitment to providing in-person experiences for students when it is safe to do so, and at this time the guidance does not support expanding in-person learning. For more about the indicators and thresholds, see the updated guidance on the CDC website.

Categories: General FAQ, On-site

Please visit the Tech Tips section on Chromebooks HERE. This page is updated regularly with new ways to help you navigate the Chromebook world. You can also find contact info there if the tips aren’t solving your problems.

Categories: General FAQ, On-site, Remote

Unless you have been identified as a “close contact” to someone who has tested positive, there are no restrictions for you. Continue to practice good hygiene especially around the member of your household who is self-quarantining and monitoring their symptoms.

Category: General FAQ

The short answer: parents should contact the school nurse; staff members contact their supervisor and the district nurse.

  • Do stay home.
  • Do follow the health professional’s advice about the length of your self-quarantine and monitoring of symptoms.
  • Do communicate with your supervisor (staff) or teacher (student) about your work responsibilities during the self-quarantine.
Category: General FAQ

The short answer: parents should contact the school nurse; staff members contact their supervisor and a district nurse.

  • Do call your school nurse (if you are a student) or the administrator who supervises you (if you are a staff member) as soon as possible. They will connect you with a district nurse to determine the next steps. They will also complete the contact tracing to determine who is considered a “close contact” to you.
  • Do follow the advice of the district nurse about the number of days that you will need to isolate at home.
  • Do communicate with your supervisor (staff) or teacher (student) about your work responsibilities.
  • Don’t worry that your COVID-19 status will be shared by the BPS101 staff members. There is an extremely limited number of people who will be told of your status. Anyone identified as a “close contact” to you will be called, but your name will remain confidential.
  • Don’t contact your friends, classmates,  co-workers or others about your positive test result; there are a few reasons for this request:
    • The contact tracers need time to make their phone calls. Anyone who needs to be called should hear the information from a health professional.
    • People who are not “close contacts” are not required to be tested or quarantined. There is no need to cause unnecessary worry.
    • It will help us to keep your confidential health information private.
Category: General FAQ

If a student will be absent from in-person or remote learning due to illness or any other reason, parents must report the absence to the school’s attendance line just as they normally would. If your student has been placed on quarantine, no call is necessary since the nurse will record the absence for you.

Additionally, please let your school nurse know if your student:

  • Has symptoms
  • Has COVID 
  • Has been asked to quarantine

The purpose of the notification is to keep track of the number of students unable to return to school and to determine if contact tracing is needed.

District nursing staff will still be available to walk families through the Quarantine/Contract Tracing process.

Categories: General FAQ, On-site

The current District calendar can be found HERE. This calendar will continue to be updated based on local conditions.

Categories: General FAQ, On-site, Remote

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On-site Learning

The newly updated CDC guidelines affirm our current modes of learning and use of mitigation strategies in BPS101. Given our current transmission rates, the CDC recommends hybrid learning/reduced attendance and requires six feet of social distancing, which is how BPS101 is presently operating. BPS101 has a commitment to providing in-person experiences for students when it is safe to do so, and at this time the guidance does not support expanding in-person learning. For more about the indicators and thresholds, see the updated guidance on the CDC website.

Categories: General FAQ, On-site

Please visit the Tech Tips section on Chromebooks HERE. This page is updated regularly with new ways to help you navigate the Chromebook world. You can also find contact info there if the tips aren’t solving your problems.

Categories: General FAQ, On-site, Remote

Unless you have been identified as a “close contact” to someone who has tested positive, there are no restrictions for you. Continue to practice good hygiene especially around the member of your household who is self-quarantining and monitoring their symptoms.

Category: General FAQ

The short answer: parents should contact the school nurse; staff members contact their supervisor and the district nurse.

  • Do stay home.
  • Do follow the health professional’s advice about the length of your self-quarantine and monitoring of symptoms.
  • Do communicate with your supervisor (staff) or teacher (student) about your work responsibilities during the self-quarantine.
Category: General FAQ

The short answer: parents should contact the school nurse; staff members contact their supervisor and a district nurse.

  • Do call your school nurse (if you are a student) or the administrator who supervises you (if you are a staff member) as soon as possible. They will connect you with a district nurse to determine the next steps. They will also complete the contact tracing to determine who is considered a “close contact” to you.
  • Do follow the advice of the district nurse about the number of days that you will need to isolate at home.
  • Do communicate with your supervisor (staff) or teacher (student) about your work responsibilities.
  • Don’t worry that your COVID-19 status will be shared by the BPS101 staff members. There is an extremely limited number of people who will be told of your status. Anyone identified as a “close contact” to you will be called, but your name will remain confidential.
  • Don’t contact your friends, classmates,  co-workers or others about your positive test result; there are a few reasons for this request:
    • The contact tracers need time to make their phone calls. Anyone who needs to be called should hear the information from a health professional.
    • People who are not “close contacts” are not required to be tested or quarantined. There is no need to cause unnecessary worry.
    • It will help us to keep your confidential health information private.
Category: General FAQ

If a student will be absent from in-person or remote learning due to illness or any other reason, parents must report the absence to the school’s attendance line just as they normally would. If your student has been placed on quarantine, no call is necessary since the nurse will record the absence for you.

Additionally, please let your school nurse know if your student:

  • Has symptoms
  • Has COVID 
  • Has been asked to quarantine

The purpose of the notification is to keep track of the number of students unable to return to school and to determine if contact tracing is needed.

District nursing staff will still be available to walk families through the Quarantine/Contract Tracing process.

Categories: General FAQ, On-site

The current District calendar can be found HERE. This calendar will continue to be updated based on local conditions.

Categories: General FAQ, On-site, Remote

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Remote Learning

The newly updated CDC guidelines affirm our current modes of learning and use of mitigation strategies in BPS101. Given our current transmission rates, the CDC recommends hybrid learning/reduced attendance and requires six feet of social distancing, which is how BPS101 is presently operating. BPS101 has a commitment to providing in-person experiences for students when it is safe to do so, and at this time the guidance does not support expanding in-person learning. For more about the indicators and thresholds, see the updated guidance on the CDC website.

Categories: General FAQ, On-site

Please visit the Tech Tips section on Chromebooks HERE. This page is updated regularly with new ways to help you navigate the Chromebook world. You can also find contact info there if the tips aren’t solving your problems.

Categories: General FAQ, On-site, Remote

Unless you have been identified as a “close contact” to someone who has tested positive, there are no restrictions for you. Continue to practice good hygiene especially around the member of your household who is self-quarantining and monitoring their symptoms.

Category: General FAQ

The short answer: parents should contact the school nurse; staff members contact their supervisor and the district nurse.

  • Do stay home.
  • Do follow the health professional’s advice about the length of your self-quarantine and monitoring of symptoms.
  • Do communicate with your supervisor (staff) or teacher (student) about your work responsibilities during the self-quarantine.
Category: General FAQ

The short answer: parents should contact the school nurse; staff members contact their supervisor and a district nurse.

  • Do call your school nurse (if you are a student) or the administrator who supervises you (if you are a staff member) as soon as possible. They will connect you with a district nurse to determine the next steps. They will also complete the contact tracing to determine who is considered a “close contact” to you.
  • Do follow the advice of the district nurse about the number of days that you will need to isolate at home.
  • Do communicate with your supervisor (staff) or teacher (student) about your work responsibilities.
  • Don’t worry that your COVID-19 status will be shared by the BPS101 staff members. There is an extremely limited number of people who will be told of your status. Anyone identified as a “close contact” to you will be called, but your name will remain confidential.
  • Don’t contact your friends, classmates,  co-workers or others about your positive test result; there are a few reasons for this request:
    • The contact tracers need time to make their phone calls. Anyone who needs to be called should hear the information from a health professional.
    • People who are not “close contacts” are not required to be tested or quarantined. There is no need to cause unnecessary worry.
    • It will help us to keep your confidential health information private.
Category: General FAQ

If a student will be absent from in-person or remote learning due to illness or any other reason, parents must report the absence to the school’s attendance line just as they normally would. If your student has been placed on quarantine, no call is necessary since the nurse will record the absence for you.

Additionally, please let your school nurse know if your student:

  • Has symptoms
  • Has COVID 
  • Has been asked to quarantine

The purpose of the notification is to keep track of the number of students unable to return to school and to determine if contact tracing is needed.

District nursing staff will still be available to walk families through the Quarantine/Contract Tracing process.

Categories: General FAQ, On-site

The current District calendar can be found HERE. This calendar will continue to be updated based on local conditions.

Categories: General FAQ, On-site, Remote

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