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CLASSROOM MATERIALS

(Please note that as current information becomes available this page will be updated – 06.25.2020.)

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Introduction

The organization of the classroom is important in supporting the academic progress of students. The use of a variety of materials is essential for learning.  This includes books, writing instruments and materials for special area subjects.


Philosophy

A foundational premise when designing a safe classroom environment are the concepts of Maintaining Cohort, social distancing and frequent cleaning. The use of these practices is recommended by the CDC and other health agencies to help control the spread of any viruses and also manage any possible outbreaks.


Process

  1. Classrooms should eliminate, when possible, the use of shared materials.
  2. Classrooms should set up areas where students can store personal items that keep them isolated from use by others.
  3. When materials must be shared, cleaning in between uses is essential.
    • Establish procedures to wipe down materials before and after every use.
    • Remind children to wash their hands after using a shared item.
  4. If students travel to a room, an area and place should be established for the traveling students to store items away from being used by others.

Checklist

  • There will be updates as more information becomes available.

Other Considerations.

  • There will be updates as more information becomes available.

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