SFS COVID-19 Response

SFS COVID-19 Dashboard

The Dashboard is updated every Monday by 12:00 pm

Definitions

 

Isolation: Individuals who are remaining isolated at home because of a positive COVID-19 test or presumed positive case. Isolation is for a minimum of 10 days and 24 hours symptom-free without medication.

 

Quarantined: Individuals who are identified as having close and sustained contact (distance of 6 feet or less for 15 minutes or longer) within 48 hours of exposure with a COVID-19 positive case or presumed positive case.  Individuals will be required to quarantine for 14 days.    

Date: 9/14/20 - COVID-19

 In-Person Learning and Daily Class Schedule

  • The school building will open at 7:00 am. Students who arrive early may report to the Student Achievement Center, cafeteria, or auxiliary gym.  Students should keep 6 feet of distancing in these spaces. The academic side of the school building will close at 4:00 pm for those students not involved in after school activities and not using the Student Achievement Center.

    • After 4:00 pm, students may wait to be picked up in the Auxiliary Gym or continue academic work in the Student Achievement Center.

    • The Student Achievement Center will remain open until 5:00 pm.

    • Auxiliary Gym will remain open until 5:00 pm.

  • In order to implement Back to Bancroft, the daily class schedule will be revised. Periods will now be 42 minutes in length and homeroom will be eliminated to allow more time between classes and an extended lunch period. 

  • Mass Schedule

    • School Masses will continue with 6 foot distancing between students.

    • A special M Schedule will be used for days when we celebrate Mass.

COVID Altered Dress Code 

  • Sportcoats and ties will not be required because they cannot be washed each night.

  • Students must be dressed in a collared shirt which should be tucked into the student's pants. This is required both before and during school. Button-down shirts and knit polo shirts are Lettering from undershirts may not show through the dress shirt and long sleeve shirts or thermal underwear may not be worn under a short sleeve dress shirt.

  • Please note, all other dress code elements will be enforced. See pages 11-12 of the student handbook for dress code details.

  • In the event our COVID procedures are no longer needed, we will resume the normal dress code.

Support

  • Support role of parents

    • Parents/Guardians will take the student's temperature every morning. If it is at or above 100, the student will remain at home and follow normal student absent procedures.

    • Parents/Guardians will review coronavirus symptoms

    • Students with coronavirus symptoms will remain home.

  • Social and Spiritual Response Team

    • A team from counseling, campus ministry, and Salesian leadership is developing specific supports for students socially and spiritually.

    • This response team will focus on measures to support students who are learning virtually.

  • Virtual Support Educator

    • There is a designated person to help students navigate the academic expectations for students learning virtually.

  • Virtual SAC

    • SFS will continue using the Homework Hotline to assist students with homework questions after hours.

    • Students in need of peer tutors should contact the SAC. Peer tutors will help students through virtual meetings.

Virtual Option

This option allows students to participate in SFS classes while at home.  Students may be at home for various reasons including safety, sickness, quarantine, or isolation.  If a student is unable to attend class in person, he may participate remotely using Google Meets.  Additionally, instructional content will be recorded and uploaded to Google Classroom.

If you are not planning on sending your child to school in person your Knight will be able to participate remotely in his SFS classes using Google Meets. To choose the virtual option please email Mrs. Jagielski at fjagielski@sfsknights.org

  • Expectations for Virtual Option

    • Students will follow the schedule outlined for In-Person Class Schedule.

    • Daily attendance will be taken whether a student is learning virtually or in person.

    • Appropriate attire needs to be worn while participating in virtual classes.

    • Students will be seated in an appropriate location such as a desk or table.

    • Parents/Guardians of students who are ill while at home need to contact attendance if he is unable to participate in his virtual classes.

    • Due dates, class times, class participation will have the same standards as In-Person learning.

Virtual for All

In order to be prepared for the fall, we developed a plan for virtual learning in the event we have to close the school building to students.  If the need arises, we will quickly adjust to the Virtual for All plan.  In most cases, we will be able to transition from In-Person classes to Virtual for All by the next school day.  Communication about this transition will be sent through email and the SFS App.    

  • Transition

    • To help students and families with a quick transition, special information nights will be scheduled. This information will be sent via email. 

    • Live and recorded 25-minute parent and teacher conferences will be scheduled to explain class expectations and communications.

      • First Day of Class

        • 6:00 pm (1st Period)

        • 6:30 pm (2nd Period)

        • 7:00 pm (3rd Period)

      • Second Day of Class

        • 6:00 pm (4th Period)

        • 6:30 pm (5th Period)

        • 7:00 pm (6th Period)

      • Third Day of Class

        • 6:00 pm (7th Period)

        • 6:30 pm (8th Period)

  • Academic Expectations

    • Daily attendance will be taken in virtual classrooms.

    • Parents/Guardians of students who are ill while at home need to contact the attendance office if the student is unable to participate in his virtual classes.

    • Due dates, class times, class participation will have the same standards as In-Person learning.

    • Students attending virtually need to be live on camera.

    • Students will be seated in an appropriate location such as a desk or table.

    • Appropriate attire needs to be worn while participating in virtual classes.

    • Students who do not have access to a computer, laptop, or tablet that allows full participation in the virtual classes should fill out this form. Chromebooks are available for home use if the entire school goes virtual.

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Information about the tuition grant can be found here.

To request a Chromebook if SFS would need to go virtual, please click this form.

 

If you have any questions please email questions@sfstoledo.org

If you have any technical questions about your online class please email helpdesk@sfstoledo.org

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Updated: 10/20/20 1:00 pm