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Coronavirus Updates

April 3, 2020

Spring Break

We hope our staff, students and families will do their best to relax and recharge during spring break. Our hospitals and health care workers continue to warn that the peak number of COVID-19 cases could occur in the next two to three weeks. Please make every effort to stay home, to avoid contact with people outside of your family and as difficult as it is, please do not have any playdates or congregate in town, at playgrounds or in parks. The playground areas at all of our schools remain closed to the public. Thank you for your continued support and please be safe over spring break.

PPS Buildings Closed to the Public

Princeton Public Schools are currently operating remotely. For everyone's protection, our buildings are closed to the public. Please email communications@princetonk12.org with questions or requests. We wish you health as we respond together to the current crisis.

Message from the Superintendent: Moving Forward

March 24, 2020

Dear Students, Staff, and Families, 

The applause began last week in Spain. 

Following an order by the prime minister to stay in their homes, thousands of citizens throughout the country began taking to their balconies every night at 8:00 p.m. to give a standing ovation to the health care workers who are on the front lines caring for those suffering from the coronavirus.

And the applause is spreading. From Spain to Italy to France and beyond, hundreds of thousands are now joining the nightly tradition. Gratitude spreads faster and is more powerful than COVID-19. 

And so I begin this message with my own applause.  For our health workers, absolutely, but also for our educators, our parents, our students.  All of you have had your lives upended by the coronavirus; all of you are feeling anxious about your own health and those of others; and yet all of you are finding new ways to continue learning and working and showing your care for one another.  It is not always easy, I know, but you have the appreciation of many. 

So what is next?  Our governor's executive order 104 has closed schools indefinitely throughout New Jersey.  I don't know when schools will be officially allowed to reopen, but I do know that staff and families are looking for guidance beyond this Friday, which will mark the end of our initial period of remote learning. Consequently, after consulting with our local Health Officer, I am extending the remote learning period for the Princeton Public Schools at least through Friday, April 17, 2020. We will re-evaluate as we near the end of that time period. 

Some important points to keep in mind as we move forward:

Our schools and offices are now all operating remotely. District buildings are open on a very limited basis only to essential employees.  If you have questions or requests, please email us.  We are trying to protect our staff, our students and our community.

Reach out if you need food or know someone who does.  Here is a link to our application (in both English and Spanish) to receive free or reduced priced meals during this time period when schools are physically closed. We recognize that this crisis has placed an economic hardship on many of our families - a hardship that is likely to increase.  If your economic circumstances have changed or if they do in the future, please go to the link above to review the income guidelines for receiving federally funded meals.  You can also get help in completing the application through the Princeton Children's Fund or make a donation to a family in need.

Spring Break will be a true break.  We all need to take a breath right now.  During the week of April 6-10, please do just that.  Relax.  Laugh.  Spend time with neighbors and family - just do it from a distance and remember to wash your hands!

Once again, I am grateful for all that you are doing during this unprecedented time. Give yourselves a standing ovation! 

Sincerely, 

Steve Cochrane

Superintendent

 

March 19, 2020

Dear Staff and Families,

This afternoon our Department of Health confirmed that one of our staff members at Riverside Elementary School has tested positive for COVID-19.  That person is currently in the hospital and beginning to feel better. Our thoughts are with that member of our school family.

The Department of Health will be reaching out to students, parents and staff who may have had more prolonged contact with this particular staff member.  A separate letter was sent to the Riverside community providing them with guidance.

As all of us strive to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe, I want to reiterate some important reminders from our Department of Health:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
  • Practice social distancing stringently.  This means: stay at home; avoid non-essential trips, and maintain a six-foot distance between other people if you must go out. For children this is not a time for sleepovers, play dates, birthday parties or congregating of any kind.

For the most updated information regarding our community’s response to COVID-19, please go to this website: https://princetoncovid.org/

We will get through this difficult time together.

Sincerely,

Steve Cochrane
Superintendent of Schools

March 16, 2020

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Today has been a day of "firsts" as we launched remote learning, as we distributed food and technology to our students, and as we implemented the many changes necessary during this crisis. I would like to thank everyone for remaining calm in circumstances fraught with chaos.

As you know our current situation is incredibly fluid. Today, the Governor declared a state of emergency instituting a curfew beginning at 8:00 p.m and extending through 5:00 a.m. and there will undoubtedly be more news breaking in the coming hours.  As we all struggle to process the magnitude of this health crisis and our responses to it, we want to take the steps that keep us safe and also keep us positive.

If you have a Princeton High School student you may have seen this message on Instagram from Principal Jessica Baxter. It strikes the right tone of what we would like to communicate to you. Be safe. Be cautious. Set a good example for your family. Our medical experts tell us that you cannot go wrong with stringent social distancing, which means avoiding contact with people outside of your household even if you are feeling well. And while playdates and sleepovers are tempting, all of New Jersey is being cautioned to avoid these risks. We are doing our best at PPS to heed these increasingly urgent precautions, and to the extent it is currently possible, I am now urging all PPS employees to work from home.

Meanwhile, we have finished our first day of Distance Learning. How did it go for you? How did it go for your children? If you would like to share thoughts or photos or videos please email communications@princetonk12.org. We know that having kids learning at home will occasionally present some challenges, but we do hope to post the positive things you may be doing as a family to support learning and to also support the emotional health of your children during this difficult time.  In addition, please look for a short survey we will be sending soon so you can give us your feedback.

Finally, I would like to thank our staff, beginning with those who volunteered today to deliver two weeks of meals to our nearly 500 students who rely on us for breakfast and lunch.  I would like to thank our teachers who will continue to go above and beyond to thoughtfully engage their students.  And I would like to thank our custodians, our central office folks, our building secretaries, our technology department, and our principals, all of whom had important duties they fulfilled today while taking precautions to be safe.   For the next few days we will be operating with minimal staff in most buildings, with the goal of ensuring we can get computers into the hands of all those who need them to fully participate in remote learning. I am hoping that by mid-week I will be able to close at least some of our buildings and keep staff at home.

I will communicate with you regularly as we work to keep you informed and connected.  I would also ask you to look for information on our remote learning website page and on our coronavirus information page, where we have recently posted new information about social distancing.

We will get through this together.  

Sincerely,

Steve Cochrane
Superintendent

En Español

March 15, 2020: Message From Annie Gonzalez Kosek

Dear Parents, 

This is an unusual and disconcerting time for everyone.  PPS administrators, teachers, and support staff throughout every department are working hard to support student learning remotely while encouraging a positive and healthy attitude.   

On Friday, you received a letter from your child’s school principal with information and guidelines for distance learning at that school level.   For your convenience, these letters will be posted on the Remote Learning page of the District website on Monday.   

We know that we will learn much from the students and their families over the next several days and our distance-learning plans will evolve and improve.  We also know that this type of learning will be easier for some children than for others.  Please remember that our school and central office personnel are still working, in district or remotely, and will address any needs or concerns you have.  Please do not hesitate to call or email.  Should you need assistance with materials, technology support, or other resources, there are many staff members ready to help. 

Below you will find high school, middle, and elementary school-specific guidelines to get your children started on this new journey.  The very best place to go for information is your child’s teacher’s PowerSchool Learning (PSL) website.  Additionally, teachers, supervisors, and principals will be answering emails each day.  You may also call my office at (609) 806 – 4203 or email me at anniekosek@princetonk12.org  

Princeton High School Guidelines for Students and Families:  

  • Students should take all school-assigned and personal items home.  Lockers should be cleaned out.  

  • A google form will be posted in the Grade Level class in PowerSchool Learning each day. Students MUST fill out this form by 1pm each day in order to be counted present.  If a student has trouble accessing this form the student or parent must call the attendance line (609-806-4280 x3806) to report the student as present.  

  • If a child is ill, a parent can call in their absence to the attendance line to have the absence verified. 

  • Students will login to PowerSchool Learning each day and follow alternating E/F cycle day class schedules for accessing class content, activities and assignments.  Students should login to their E day classes the first day of the closure, then their F day classes on the second day of the closure, etc.  

  • Students should follow expectations and deadlines set by teachers for completing activities and turning in assignments.  

  • Teachers will post that day’s lesson, materials, activities, assignments, etc. by 8:20 am.    

  • Students should keep in contact with teachers via messaging features and/or email if they have any questions or concerns about content. 

  • A minimum of one grade per week will be inputted in PowerTeacher Pro.  Students and families should continue to reach out to teachers with questions or concerns via PowerSchool Learning or email.   

  • Currently, the school building will be open for minimal use between the hours of 8:00 – 3:00.  This, of course, will continually be reevaluated based on changing conditions and the advice of our local health officials.   Students and families may stop by to pick up materials or troubleshoot technology issues, but we ask that you call in advance.  For your convenience, hours and availability of staff will be posted on the school website. Clubs will not meet, and students/families should only come to the building if they have an appointment or question.  The cafeteria, Learning Commons, IDEAS Center, Fitness Center, etc. will not be available.  

John Witherspoon Middle School Guidelines for Students and Families

  • A google form will be posted in an Attendance Class that ALL students have in their PowerSchool Learning each day.  Students MUST fill out this form by 1pm each day in order to be counted present.  If you cannot fill out the form or are having difficulty, please have your parent /guardian call your child “in” to the attendance line.  (609)-806-4266 

  • Students will login to PowerSchool Learning each day and follow the cycle day class schedules for accessing class content, activities and assignments.  

  • Students should follow the provided daily schedule. 

  • Teachers will post that day’s lesson, materials, activities, assignments, etc. by 8:25 am.    

  • Students should follow expectations and deadlines set by teachers for completing activities and turning in assignments. 

  • Students will receive a minimum of one grade per week which will be inputted in PowerTeacher Pro.  

  • Students and families should continue to reach out to teachers with questions or concerns via PowerSchool Learning or email.   

  • Currently, the school building will be open for minimal use between the hours of 8:00 – 3:00.  This, of course, will continually be reevaluated based on changing conditions and the advice of our local health officials.   Students and families may stop by to pick up materials or troubleshoot technology issues, but we ask that you call in advance.  No afterschool activities, extracurricular activities or clubs will meet.  

Elementary School Guidelines for Students and Families 

  • Depending on the grade, attendance will be taken in one of these ways:  an attendance poll will be posted on their teacher’s website, parents will be instructed to sign a log sheet each day during the week, or parents will email the classroom teacher each day.  Students should complete either the poll or the paper log sheet to indicate they have signed-in and are beginning the day’s work. If you or your child is having difficulty with any of those methods, a parent /guardian should call the child “in” to the school attendance line.  

  • Be prepared for a call or email 2-4 times/week from one of your child’s teachers or support staff to check in on their progress and verify that they are in attendance. 

  • Students in grades 3-5 will login to PowerSchool Learning each day for their lessons.  Students in grades K-2 should continue each day with their learning packets.  Teachers of grades K-2 will move toward more eLearning within a week or two once all eligible students have a school computer device. 

  • Grades 3-5 teachers will post that day’s lesson, materials, activities, assignments, etc. by 8:25 am.    

  • Students should follow expectations and deadlines set by teachers for completing activities and turning in assignments. 

  • Students will receive feedback and grades as appropriate during the distance learning period.  

  • Students and families should continue to reach out to teachers with questions or concerns via PowerSchool Learning or email.   

  • Currently, the school building will be open for minimal use between the hours of 8:00 – 3:00.  This, of course, will continually be reevaluated based on changing conditions and the advice of our local health officials.   Students and families may stop by to pick up materials or troubleshoot technology issues, but we ask that you call in advance.   

Should you still need to create a PowerSchool Learning account, step-by-step instructions and information on whom to call or email if you need further assistance, can be found on the District website’s Remote Learning page.   

Also, below is a link to a short Brain Pop video on COVID-19, which you may find appropriate for younger students who are trying to understand the disease and the national concern around it: 

https://www.brainpop.com/health/diseasesinjuriesandconditions/coronavirus/ 

This NY Times article on supporting kids during what could be a lengthy period of remote learning offers parents creative ways to help their children navigate this new reality: 

https://parenting.nytimes.com/preschooler/coronavirus-schools-lessons 

Never was it truer than now that it takes a village . . . we are in this together for the well-being of the children.  I wish you good health and happiness in the weeks ahead. 

Sincerely, 

Annie Gonzalez Kosek
Assistant Superintendent, Curriculum & Instruction

March 12, 2020

Dear Students, Staff and Families,  

After consulting this evening with our local health officials, I am announcing that the Princeton Public Schools will be moving forward with the implementation of remote learning beginning Monday, March 16 and extending initially through Friday, March 27.  During this time period, students will be learning from home with virtual support from their teachers.  Following this two week period, we will re-evaluate the continued implementation of remote learning based on guidance from our public health officials.  We believe this decision is ultimately in the best interest our students, our staff, and our entire community. 

Tomorrow, Friday, March 13 will, as already planned, be an early release day.  We ask that students be prepared to bring home at the end of the day any materials they may need to engage in remote instruction, including musical instruments, textbooks, computers, reading materials, athletic equipment, etc. 

Remote learning may take a somewhat different form depending on grade level or subject.  Please look for information regarding the expectations and approach to remote learning to be posted on our website and emailed home.  Teachers will also be communicating directly with students tomorrow and in the days to come.  It is important to note that remote learning does not mean that our schools will be "closed."  Our buildings will be open and many staff will be present to answer questions and offer support. 

I am deeply grateful to all our staff who have worked - and will continue to work - eagerly, collaboratively and creatively to provide meaningful learning experiences for our students.  I am also grateful to our students and families who I know will continue to support one another as we navigate together these uncharted waters. 

In the coming days there will certainly be questions to answer and concerns to quell, but I am confident we will approach them all with thoughtfulness and care. 

I wish everyone health and calm in the weeks ahead. 

Sincerely, 

Steve Cochrane

 

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March 11, 2020

Dear Students, Staff, and Families,

Our response to the coronavirus continues to evolve.  While there are currently no known or presumptive cases in our school community, we recognize that some residents of Princeton have been exposed to the virus and may be experiencing symptoms. Consequently, after careful consultation with our local health officials, we are accelerating our preparation to provide remote learning for our students. 

We will now have an early dismissal tomorrow, March 12 and again on Friday, March 13 for all of our schools. Princeton High School will dismiss at 12:30 p.m. this Thursday and Friday. Our elementary and middle schools will dismiss at 1:00 p.m. 

We will use this time to continue our preparation for remote instruction as well as to organize meals for our nearly 500 students who participate in the federal lunch program.  Please note, we have postponed elementary school conferences scheduled for Thursday afternoon. If you were scheduled to meet with a teacher tomorrow, Thursday, March 12, those conferences will now be held at a later date. 

As a further measure to mitigate the spread of the virus, we have also been advised by our health officials to implement the next level of “social distancing.”  We are, therefore, temporarily postponing events that would bring larger numbers of parents, community members, or visitors into our schools. Building principals will be providing more information to their respective school communities regarding the events that will be affected. Please look for that.

At this time, we are carefully monitoring the situation to determine our plans for school next week. We are in ongoing communication with municipal health officials who anticipate they will soon receive results for local residents who have recently been tested for COVID-19.  The decision to implement remote learning for our students is one that considers multiple factors and will be made after careful consultation with our local board of health, the local department of health and the New Jersey Department of Health – all of whom are following the best and latest guidance from the CDC.  I will be in touch as soon as I learn more.

While the health experts speak of “social distancing” as a way to mitigate the spread of this pandemic, I believe it is our social connections that will ultimately guide us through it.  I am grateful for the compassion people have shown for those who are feeling anxious or vulnerable.  I am grateful for those who have offered to help in any way with the provision of instruction or food.  I am grateful for those who speak with calm and care knowing our children feel our emotions and follow our lead.  And I am grateful for those who look past stigmas and stereotypes to treat all people with respect regardless of ethnicity or country of origin.

Thank you for supporting one another.  We will get through this together. 

Sincerely,

Steve Cochrane
Superintendent

En Español

 

March 10, 2020

Dear Students, Staff, and Families,

As we all read and react to the many reports regarding the coronavirus, I want to thank you for the continued calm and care with which you are approaching this situation and one another.  I also want to assure you that our District is working in tandem with our local health officials to make the very best decisions for the safety of our schools and our community. 

Currently in Princeton, our response measures include: stringent and frequent cleaning of our buildings and buses; respiratory hygiene education and practice; careful monitoring of daily attendance and of any staff or student illnesses; and social distancing in the form of greetings other than handshakes and hugs. 

We are also engaged in planning for the possibility of an extended school closure should our health authorities believe such a measure is warranted. I want to thank our staff for the caring, collaborative and creative way they have been working already to put in place meaningful ways to teach our students remotely and to ensure that our students who qualify for free and reduced lunch would continue to receive meals.

To provide our staff with additional time for that important planning, our District will be implementing an Early Dismissal Day on Monday, March 16.  Elementary schools and John Witherspoon will dismiss at 1:00 PM. Princeton High School will be dismissed at 12:30. After this planning day, we will share more details about what distance learning would look like for our district and how food would be distributed.

In addition, as we approach Spring Break, I want to reiterate important precautions regarding travel. The District, together with the Princeton Health Department, will be asking students or members of a household to self-quarantine for two weeks if they are returning from any country on the CDC’s Level 3 list of areas experiencing more widespread contagion. Currently those countries include China, Italy, Iran and South Korea. Additionally, local and federal health officials are advising against taking any cruises at this time. Please consult the CDC website regarding foreign travel if you need more information.

As we continue to take measures to ensure the physical health of our community, it is equally important to provide for our mental and emotional health – and that of our children. These are stressful times. As we think about and plan for worst-case scenarios, it is hard not to feel the fear and anxiety associated with those. That is natural. Nevertheless, it is in working calmly and collaboratively and in relying on the experience and advice of our health officials, that we will make the best decisions on behalf of our kids and all those for whom we care. 

I will continue to provide regular updates as the situation and our responses evolve.

Sincerely,
Steve Cochrane
Superintendent

En Español

March 6, 2020

Dear Families,

Princeton Public Schools continues to work with State agencies and local health experts to take appropriate precautions with regard to the coronavirus. While information and guidelines are continually being updated, we would like to share with you some of the actions our district has put in place.

1. Education Regarding Hygiene: Nurses have received instructions to teach elementary students about basic precautions, such as washing hands frequently and not touching anywhere above their neck (for example, nose, mouth, eyes).  Adults should also follow these suggestions. Hand washing should last for at least 20 seconds (or singing “Happy Birthday” twice). It takes this long for soap and water to dissolve the virus’s protective outer lipid layer. At the middle and high school, health teachers are also doing additional lessons on hand washing and respiratory hygiene.

 2. Cleaning: Custodians are cleaning door handles, railings, and other frequently touched surfaces on a regular basis. The district technology department is implementing more frequent cleaning of computer keyboards. The inside of all buses are being cleaned on a regular basis. In addition, each school and the transportation department has received a special electrostatic sprayer that covers a wide area with a mild disinfectant. Not only does it kill corona and other viruses on surfaces, but its mist surrounds the surfaces making it more effective. Earlier this winter, PPS had two schools with high incidences of flu and these devices were used with great success to minimize illnesses. Click here to see a video of the sprayer in action.

 3. Travel Precautions: With the cooperation of the Princeton Health Department, the district has asked individuals and families to self-quarantine if they have traveled to China or other high-risk locations and may have been exposed to the virus. Italy, Iran and South Korea are now also on the "Level 3" list of countries with widespread contagion. More details about this will be provided in a subsequent letter. In the meantime, please consult the CDC website about foreign travel particularly as you plan for future trips including any over Spring Break.

4. Responding to Illness: School nurses are working with the Princeton Health Department and our school physician to implement protocols and procedures in line with current guidance from the NJ Department of Health for any sick students and adults seen in the Health Office. This includes putting a mask on students and adults who have a cough or fever and difficulty breathing. We are also carefully monitoring daily attendance rates across all schools. Please know that our nurses will be following NJ Department of Health guidelines and sending students home if their temperature is greater than 100 degrees.

5. Monitoring Health at Home: We ask families and staff to be extra vigilant in monitoring the health of children and their own health. Students and staff should not return to school until they are fever free for at least 24 hours without fever reducing medications. We ask parents and guardians to follow the same guidance and not enter school buildings when sick to help limit the spread of all illness to the school community. 

6. Remote Learning: We are developing plans for remote instruction should it become necessary to close our schools for an extended period of time. The district is working to assist families who may not have access to computers or internet service at home. PPS uses Power School Learning as our platform for digital learning. We encourage all parents to check now and confirm they can access their child(ren)’s class websites by logging into Power School Learning. 

More instructions are on our website here.

If you haven't set up an account, it's a two-part process. First, set up your Parent Portal account. (Information with how to set up this account was sent at the beginning of the year.) If you need to confirm your access ID or password please reach out to your child’s guidance counselor. Once the Parent Portal account is set up, you can set up your Power School Learning account. If you need to reset your password for Power School Learning, please email the technology assistant at your school. 

  7. Social Distancing: We are encouraging our students and staff to avoid shaking hands and instead find other creative ways to greet one another, for example fist bumps, elbow bumps, waves and bows.  This simple form of “social distancing” helps to curb the spread of any virus. Our local health officials will advise us if other forms of limiting contact need to be implemented, but at this point we can proceed with extracurricular activities, assemblies and other gatherings. 

 8. Talking to Children: Please remember that it is important to remain calm when talking to your child about the coronavirus. To help guide your discussion, please see the advice of the National Association of School Psychologists, Taking to Children about COVID-19 (attachment).

Thank you for your commitment to the wellness of our students, staff and community. We will continue to update you on the measures we are taking to promote safety and well-being in the Princeton Public Schools. 

Sincerely,

Steve Cochrane

Superintendent

En Español

Update 2-28-2020

Dear Students, Staff, and Families, 

At this time, the Center for Disease Control is indicating that the risk of infection from the 2019 Novel Coronavirus is low in our area. Nevertheless, we want you to know that the municipality and the school district are actively engaged in preparing for any possibility of contagion here in Princeton. The CDC and the NJ Department for Health will be providing additional guidance next week for schools, and we look forward to sharing that with you. 

In the meantime, our nurses continue to look daily at the number of students who are out sick; we continue to follow appropriate protocols for screening new students who have spent time in areas where the virus has been more prevalent; we have increased disinfectant procedures on our buses; and we are increasing our cleaning of frequently touched surfaces in our buildings, such as door handles, sinks, keyboards, and desks. 

Perhaps the most important measures we can all take together are the everyday actions used to prevent the spread of any respiratory disease. These include the following: 

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick. 
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. 
  • Stay home when you are sick. 
  • Keep your children home when they are sick. (Children should not return to school unless they have been fever-free without medication for 24 hours.) 
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. 
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe. 
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. 
    • If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty.

For information about handwashing, see CDC’s Handwashing website

For information specific to healthcare, see CDC’s Hand Hygiene in Healthcare Settings

The district is working closely with the Princeton Health Department, our school physician and other appropriate authorities to ensure that we are following best practices and the most current recommendations regarding 2019-nCoV. We will continue to update you as we get more information. 

Please find attached to this message a fact sheet about the Coronavirus. We also encourage you to check the CDC website for reliable and up-to-date information.

We appreciate your help in supporting the health of our schools and our community. 

Sincerely, 

Steve Cochrane 

Superintendent

Information

Testing Sites

Find a Health Center

Tips for Home Preparedness and Hygiene

How to Wash Hands

Get Your House Ready

Respiratory Hygiene

CDC and WHO updates and FAQs

CDC Coronavirus Latest Information

Guidance for Travel

WHO Basic Protective Measures

WHO Q&A on Coronavirus

Municipality of Princeton updates

Public Health Notice

Mental Health Resources

You can talk to trained counselors 24/7:
Call: 1-866-488-7386.
Text: START to 678678
 
(24/7, TEXT or CALL): 888-222-2228
 
TransLifeline 877-565-8860 (10am-4am)
 
If you need crisis support, text NAMI to 741741
 
 
 

Guidance for Sick Children and Adults

School Exclusion

What to do if You Get Sick

Guidance for Talking to Children

Talking to Children about COVID-19

Hable con sus hijos sobre el COVID-19

Community Resources

Struggling to pay bills during
the Coronavirus Outbreak?

¿Tiene dificultades para pagar sus cuentas durante el brote del Coronavirus?

Looking for resources during the coronavirus outbreak?

Spring Break Activities

Virtual Trips

PTO Resources

Social Distancing

Wondering About Social Distancing? NYT

Talking With Kids About Coronavirus (from NPR)

The Dos and Don'ts of Social Distancing

Virus Lifespan

On Surfaces