Absentee Rate

Derived by dividing all known, reported or suspected illness absences

by the total student population of the site.

Calvert Elementary Student Percentage

AMS/AHS Student Percentage

8.2%

12/03/2021

5.2%

12/03/2021

SAFE RETURN TO LEARN PLAN

SEDHD: School Guidance

Quarantine Learning Guidelines

CDC COVID Data Tracker

CDC INFORMATION

EVENT PROTOCOL

RESOURCES:

Kids Resources & Activities 🍎

  • All the ideas.  All in one place.

NDE Digital Resources

Renaissance Learning

  • Students will need their username and password. If you need help with that, please contact your child's teacher.

Generation Genius

  • K-5 Science Videos and Lessons

School Specialty At Home Activities

ReadWriteThink

Writing Prompts for All Ages

GoNoodle

  • Movement and mindfulness videos.

uBEATS

  • Series of cancer, genetics, pathology and microbiology, pharmacology, and career modules for students in grades 6-12.

Read-at-Home Plan from NDE

Khan Academy

Math Activities for At-Home Learning

Learning Without Tears

The Best Free Apps and Websites for Learning

Mystery Science

Scholastic Learn at Home

CDC

CDC

SOUTHEAST DISTRICT HEALTH DEPARTMENT

SE District Health Dept.

DHHS INFORMATION

CORRESPONDENCE FROM APS:

Updated Illness Plans

On August 23, 2021 the Auburn Board of Education passed an updated illness plan that will work in conjunction with our current “Safe to Return to Learn” protocols.  Higher cases of airborne viruses such as RSV and COVID, and the inability to gain timely and complete information regarding viruses, necessitated the need to create a plan that utilizes a key data indicator specific to Auburn Public Schools. 

 The new plan utilizes a two-week rolling average of student or staff absenteeism to help determine which level of our “Safe to Return to Learn” protocols the district shall be in.  The update utilizes a long-standing practice in regards to all airborne viruses by using the 11% absentee rate as a barometer.  The details of the plan can be found by clicking here.

 It is important to note that there are many changes this year that are driving this need.  The removal of the State of Emergency, the lack of any Directed Health Measures and an inconsistent application of quarantines has been a driving force to the creation of this plan.  It is important that we follow our legislative requirements and make all attempts to ensure the health and safety of our students and staff.  It is also our priority to attempt to keep our schools open and to provide as much of a “normal” and predictable school experience as possible for our students, parents and staff.

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RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS & PARENTS

GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR STUDENTS & PARENTS: 

CLASS DOJO FOR PARENTS

Coronavirus Symptoms Flyer