Jordan School District coronavirus preps detailed in email to parents
The school district sent an e-mail to parents outlining steps the district plans on taking to combat COVID-19.
Teachers will be reviewing proper hand-washing techniques with students and the district is stocking up on cleaning supplies. Online training will become available if needed.
SUPERCAST EPISODE 27: “The Coronavirus – Schools, Student and Parent Preparedness.”
JSD, in conjunction with @SaltLakeHealth, has developed plans regarding the coronavirus, (COVID-19) to help prevent the spread of disease & keep our community healthy.
— Jordan District (@jordandistrict) March 2, 2020
Additionally, the district included additional plans it would take if COVID-19 spreads. These measures include enhanced custodial procedures, online schooling, and adjusting or canceling school activities.
Jordan School District will make decisions based on the recommendations of the State and County Health Departments, along with the CDC.
10 Things You Can Do NOW to Prepare for COVID-19
Treat your immune system well:
1) Get appropriate sleep.
2) Eat nutritiously and drink plenty of fluids.
3) Stay physically active.
4) Manage stress. pic.twitter.com/gsFO5fEnV8
— Salt Lake Health (@SaltLakeHealth) February 29, 2020
The district stressed student safety is their top priority. Jordan School District said they will keep members of the community updated on their response to coronavirus.
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