Staff Arrival Procedures

    • Each work location will develop protocols for staff arrivals in accordance with state and district Healthy at Work procedures and Guidance on Safety Expectations and Best Practices for Kentucky Schools (K-12) (Appendix A) requirements.
    • Staff will be required to check their temperature prior to arriving at school to ensure that it does exceed 100.4 degrees
    • Staff members will arrive at the building by 8:30 a.m. and will be at his/her designated supervision post by 8:35 a.m. 
    • Staff members will enter the building through their assigned entrance only. 
      • Staff who enter through the front entrance (football field side) will have temperature taken through the thermal scanner.  
      • Staff who enter through the rear entrance will have temperature taken by an assigned staff member.
    • If a staff member is not able to report to work, he or she should contact the 3 administrators (preferably via text), place absence in Frontline, and secure a substitute from Crawford’s preferred list.  Teachers must also notify students through Canvas of their absences and post the daily assignment.
    • First hour teachers shall be actively supervising,greeting students at their classroom door and ensuring that students are following Healthy at School Guidelines.
    • Teachers with a first hour plan and other support staff will be assigned supervision spots throughout the building or outside to ensure all students, staff, and guests are following Healthy at School Guidelines.
    • It is very important that all staff remain in their assigned supervision location until first hour begins.
    • If a staff member begins to experience symptoms of COVID-19 they will notify administration immediately.  Coverage for students will be secured.  Administration will encourage the staff member to be COVID tested and quickly review with them the isolation/quarantine expectations.  The staff member will then leave the premises.

Supervision Duty

    • Each school will develop protocols for staff performance of morning duties to support the implementation of the student arrival plan in accordance with state and district Healthy at Work procedures and Guidance on Safety Expectations and Best Practices for Kentucky Schools (K-12) (Appendix A) requirements.
    • Staff members will arrive at the building by 8:30 a.m. and will be at his/her designated supervision post by 8:35 a.m. 
    • First hour teachers shall be actively supervising, greeting students at their classroom door and ensuring that students are following Healthy at School Guidelines.
    • Teachers with a first hour plan and other support staff will be assigned supervision spots throughout the building or outside to ensure all students, staff, and guests are following Healthy at School Guidelines.
    • It is very important that all staff remain in their assigned supervision location until first hour begins.  
    • After passing the health screening and entry protocols, students who want breakfast will proceed to the grab and go breakfast stations, using the floor markers for social distancing.   
    • Students will walk to their respective classroom, using the floor markings to ensure social distancing.  The staff members in the hall will monitor and ensure that these procedures are being followed. 
    • Staff will encourage students to utilize hand sanitizer stations in the halls, while following social distancing protocols. 
    • Masks must be worn at all times while in the halls by all staff, students, and guests. 

    Staff will perform specific morning duties to facilitate the implementation of the morning arrival plan.  Please see the linked document for a listing of assignments and duty responsibilities.  Link: Morning Supervision Areas

Bus Arrival

    • All students arriving by bus will enter the building through the main entrance and will have their temperature taken by the thermal temperature scanner.  This entrance will be supervised by a minimum of one staff member.
    • Students being dropped off by buses with monitors will have their temperatures taken prior to arrival on campus. Students with a fever will exit first and be taken to the sick room (116) to await a family member to take them home.  
    • If a student riding a bus arrives at school with a fever or demonstrates COVID-19 like symptoms, he or she will be escorted to the sick room (116).    
    • Families of students placed in the identified sick room will be contacted to pick up their student.    
    • Students will be reminded and expected to keep their masks on as they enter and navigate the building. 
    • Once bus riders arrive, they will go to the grab and go breakfast station near the Principal’s office.  They will then report directly to class with their breakfast. 
    • Students who do not want breakfast will report directly to class, following the social distancing guidelines and floor markers. 
    • Signage will be posted in the main entrance (and throughout the building), reminding students of General Health Procedures and Protocols.   
    • Families will be notified through information posted on the Crawford website, the Crawford Chronicle, PTSA Facebook Page, Infinite Campus Messenger, and teacher Canvas classrooms.

Student Walkers/Car Arrival

    • Walkers will enter the door closest to their walking route to school (either the front or back entrance). 
    • Walkers will line up in a designated area six feet apart and have their temperature taken by an assigned staff member prior to entering the building. If a walker enters the front entrance their temperature will be taken by the thermal temperature scanner.
    • If a walker arrives at school with a fever or demonstrates COVID-19 like symptoms, he or she will be escorted to the sick room (116). 
    • Families of students placed in the sick room will be contacted to pick up their student. 
    • Car riders will have their temperature taken by assigned staff members while they are still in their car. 
    • If a car rider arrives at school with a fever or demonstrates COVID-19 like symptoms, he or she will be required to stay with the person who is dropping them off.  This includes, but not limited to going home or to the doctor.
    • Car riders will be dropped off on the back side of the building (non-football field side). 
    • Car riders and walkers will be allowed in the building at 8:35 am.
    • Once car riders and walkers arrive, they will go to the grab and go breakfast station near their respective entrance (either near the principal’s office or YSC office). They will then report directly to class with their breakfast. 
    • Students who do not want breakfast will report directly to class, following the social distancing guidelines and floor markers.  
    • Signage will be posted in the main entrances (and throughout the building), reminding students of General Health Procedures and Protocols
    • Families will be notified through information posted on the Crawford website, the Crawford Chronicle, PTSA Facebook Page, Infinite Campus Messenger, and teacher Canvas classrooms.