Yu Ying Learning Center Health and Safety Parent Handbook
Addendums/Amendments During COVID-19
YYLC policies and procedures in connection with COVID-19:
Parents will help students to
Wipe down the soles of shoes with a disinfectant wipe
Wipe outside of all personal belongings such as a backpack, lunch box, water bottle and etc
Use the bathroom
Wear a mask and prepare a backup mask in the backpack
Family members must wear a face covering when arriving to drop off or pick up their child.
Drop off and Pick up:
Pick up Time:
Please contact the school office if missed the drop-off and pick-up time period.
Drop off and Pick-up Area: Parents will drop the kids at the designated area
The Sign-In / Out sheet is being used by the YYLC staff
Student’s temperature will be taken during drop-off time
Parents are asked to maintain social distance at Drop off and Pick up time.
Parents are to wait for other parents to clear the entrance area.
Parents will not be permitted to enter school at this time.
STUDENT NEED TO BRING
A backpack can fit all the personal belongings
Wear a mask and a backup mask in the backpack
Personal Laptop or Tablet and Headphone for AUSD’s Virtual Class if needed
An extra layer of warm clothing for outdoor activities
An extra set of clothes in a bag with the student’s name
Lunch and Snacks with NO-NUT Policy
STUDENTS AT SCHOOL
Students will remain in their stable bubble and maintaining 3 feet of distance
Students have to notify the teachers to leave the classroom such as using the bathroom
All doors and windows in centers will be open at all time to maximize airflow
Students need to wear face-covering over the mouth and nose all time (Except eating and drinking)
STUDENTS DAILY SCREEN AND FAMILIES REPORTING
Reporting to YYLC Office Email
Parents need to submit YYLC Daily Health Screening before the drop-off
Parents are expected not to bring their students should they show COVID symptoms.
Parents need to let the YYLC know if their students are staying home because they COVID-19 symptoms.
Parents who don’t report their child’s reason for staying home will receive a call
Parents are required to report if they came into contact with a person with COVID or if such a person visited them and that they came into close contact with this person.
CLEAN AND PERSONAL HYGIENE
Our staff sanitizes and disinfects surfaces and objects that are frequently touched multiple times per day, especially classroom materials and areas.
Doorknobs, light switches, countertops, tables, chairs, cubbies, playground areas, and anything else that is touched by students are cleaned with a disinfectant that is sprayed and allowed to air dry as opposed to wiping down.
We use the cleaning products as recommended by the CDC or the Alameda County Health Department.
The sink, toilet, and handles are sanitized daily
Deep cleaning of the entire school premises is carried out once a week.
We are providing hand sanitizer in all classrooms and common areas, as well as soap and paper towels in all bathrooms and all classrooms with sinks.
Staff and students follow a routine of handwashing with soap and water OR use the hand sanitizer throughout the day.
PHYSICAL DISTANCING IN CLASSROOMS AND ON CAMPUSES
ACPHD’s guidance calls for maintaining three feet of distance between and among students.
In cases where physical distancing needs to be relaxed, however, face coverings and cohort stability take on even greater importance.
It is also critical when students are entering, exiting, or moving around the school campus.
ACPHD’s health orders mandate that all school employees and all students wear a cloth or disposable mask at all times while at school - including when they are outside.
Students need to wear face-covering over the mouth and nose.
Students need to bring an additional mask to school.
HEALTH SCREEN FOR STAFF AND STUDENTS
In order to limit the spread of COVID-19 among students and staff, all families and employees will be required to self-screen prior to arriving at school
Families will also need to fill out a form that asks about the child’s potential exposure to people with COVID-19 and potential symptoms. Students with temperatures of 100 degrees or higher or with symptoms of COVID-19, should stay home, notify the school, and seek immediate consultation with health care providers.
Staff will also visually screen for symptoms and symptomatic students will have their temperatures taken.
If someone in your household has come in close contact with an individual who is suspected of having COVID-19 or has a confirmed case of COVID-19, keeps your child home. Call the school and let us know, as we track this information for Public Health.
If the parent or any of their children are experiencing signs and symptoms of COVID-19 or have come in close contact with an individual who is suspected of having COVID-19 or has a confirmed case of COVID-19, they will be sent home, and not permitted to enter the school before satisfying the School's requirements for returning, which will be based on then-current guidelines of state and local public health officials
If we are notified that a YYLC staff member, parent, or child has tested positive for COVID-19 we will notify those who were in contact with that person immediately. We will take appropriate action within our building. A decision will be made regarding a classroom or building closure to allow for disinfection, based on the reporting as to time, exposure to others, etc.
We will Contact AUSD and Alameda County Public Health Department and let them know, email email@example.com or call 510-268-2101
STUDENTS ILLNESS AND RETURN
Any student exhibiting one or more symptoms of COVID-19 in school will need to be picked up and taken home immediately.
A staff member will take your child from the classroom to an isolated place, where they will be supervised until picked up. Students - and their siblings - must be picked up within 30 minutes by you or your identified emergency contact.
Students who test positive for COVID-19 must stay home, in isolation, for 10 days. Their entire cohort - or small group - has to quarantine for 14 days. Staff will conduct a case investigation, identify classmates or staff who had close contact with the student, and also disinfect the classroom. The class will continue in distance learning until the quarantine period is over.
For students who test positive for COVID-19, the student may return to the center after at least 10 days since symptoms first appeared and show no symptoms for at least 2 consecutive days without taking any medicines, and a current covid test result.
Students who display one symptom and have had exposure to someone with COVID-19 will need to remain in isolation until they have been tested or a medical evaluator has sent a letter ruling out COVID-19. The student’s cohort will also have to go into quarantine until COVID-19 has been ruled out. The ill student can return to school if s/he is feeling better, has been fever-free for 24 hours (without the use of medicine) and a medical evaluator provides a letter saying the symptoms were not due to COVID-19
Students with close contact with a positive case must quarantine for 14 days. We will recommend that your child be tested 4 to 10 days after close contact and that you send the test results to the school. If the test comes back negative, the student still must stay in quarantine for the full 14 days, due to the chance of being infectious or developing symptoms.
QUARANTINE AND ISOLATION PROTOCOLS
Please follow ACPHD AND AUSD REOPENING PLAN.
Last updated 4/27/2021