Archive: Pathway to Reopening and Recovery Plan School - FAQs
How are you able to offer the traditional learning model for grades Pre-K-5?
What is the protocol for a positive COVID-19 in the school(s)?
Why offer a hybrid model for grades 6-12?
Which students will be enrolled in the hybrid attendance model?
What is the hybrid attendance model for CS?
How do I un-enroll from the CVA to the hybrid attendance model?
How long will the hybrid attendance model operate through the school year?
When will students return to school full time (5-days a week)?
What happens if our schools close and I am in the hybrid attendance model?
What happens if our schools close and I am in the CVA program?
Will the teacher be available during at home learning days for students?
What do I do if my child or a family member has a positive case of COVID-19?
When will my child(ren) receive their technology devices?
What does registration and orientation day look like for the new school year?
Modified Orientation Day
Current students that have not had a change of address will not need to come to the school.
Students that will need to come to the school and show documents:
- Current students that have had a change of address – New Proofs only
- Students enrolled using a shared residence affidavit – Most recent proofs and affidavit
- New students that have never enrolled, this includes new kindergarten students. - All enrollment Documents
Any of these students needing to provide documents to the school will have 3 days you can come to your school and show your new documents.
Wednesday – July 29 – 8:30 to 11:30
Wednesday – August 5 – 8:30 to 11:30
Tuesday – August 11 – 8:30 to 11:30
All students will need to check their school’s website for information they would have normally received during orientation day. The website will have links and contact information.
*Transfer Students must have already paid their tuition prior to registering at their school.
Paperwork Required for Registration:
1) Certified Birth Certificate, 2) Certificate of Immunization on Tennessee form, 3) Social Security Number, 4) Last Report Card if available.
Immunization and Health Records:
K-12 students must provide a TN Department of Health Certificate of Immunization filled out by a medical provider. Physical exams (within 12 months of registration) are required for entry into kindergarten. New students enrolling in a TN school for the first time will also be required to provide a physical exam. (Within the previous 12 months of registration)
Proofs of Residency- (The Most Recent documents)
Everyone must provide two (2) of the following items showing the parent/guardian’s name and address to prove residency: Driver’s License, Public/Government Benefits or Assistance, Sales Contract (Contingency agreements not accepted), Real Estate Tax Receipt, Mortgage Information, Current MLG&W bill or Turn on Receipt, Municipal Water Bill, Rental or Lease Contract.
Students enrolling in kindergarten must provide the following: 1) Certified Birth Certificate, 2) Proof of Immunization, 3) Social Security Number, 4) Physical Examination. A child must be five (5) years of age on or before August 15, 2020, for the 2020-21 school year to be admitted to kindergarten.
Shared Residence Verification:
Shared Residence Proof- Parents/guardians who live with another person must provide a Notarized Shared Residence Affidavit, along with two (2) proofs of residency from the following list: Driver’s License, Car Registration, Voter Registration, Payroll Stub, Three (3) Significant Pieces of Mail or Government Assistance Communication. The homeowner must also be present and provide two (2) proofs of residence from the acceptable proof list.
When can parents drop off medical forms, medications, and supplies?
Wednesday – July 29 – 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday – August 5 – 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday – August 11 – 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Who do I contact about the hybrid model, more information, or general questions?
What does a student's weekly schedule look like in the hybrid learning model?
How do I access health forms for registration?
When is the first day of school for students?
What is the difference between remote and virtual learning?
How do I enroll into Collierville Virtual Academy (CVA)?
What happens if I do not enroll my child(ren) into the Collierville Virtual Academy by July 29th, 2020?
Who can be a "learning coach" for the Collierville Virtual Academy?
What will be the curriculum used in the Collierville Virtual Academy?
Will students receive technology devices?
What preventative training will be implemented at the school for students?
How will our schools handle a positive COVID-19 case?
Collierville Schools Positive COVID-19 Case Protocol
Guidelines will change as updates are provided by the CDC and Shelby County Department of Health.
Schools do not have the capability to screen students or staff to identify cases of COVID-19. If a student or staff member has a confirmed case of COVID-19, local health officials will help identify those individuals and will follow up on next steps.
All Collierville Schools will implement strict prevention measures, including, but not limited to, face coverings, seating charts, cleaning and disinfecting protocols and physical distancing. For more details on these protocols, please see the Reopening and Recovery Plan.
In the event that a student or faculty member is determined to have a confirmed case of COVID-19, the following measures will be taken to ensure the safety of the students and staff who were potentially exposed:
An individual student or staff member reports that they have a confirmed case of COVID-19
(this could be a report from the Shelby County Health Dept. or a self-report)
1.The COVID-19 positive individual will follow the direction of the Health Dept for self-care measures and self-isolation2 measures
2. SCHD, with the help of the Collierville Schools, will identify individuals who have been in close contact1 with the COVID-19 positive person
3. These identified individuals may be asked to self-quarantine3 for 14 days at their home
Absences due to COVID-19 will be excused
Students will be able to keep up with their classmates via virtual learning
CS employees should refer to the employee guidance memo from HR for further information
Two or more students or staff members within a cohort or common area (such as a specific hallway) report that they have a confirmed case of COVID-19
(this could be a report from the Shelby County Health Dept. or a self-report)[i]
1. The COVID-19 positive individuals will follow the direction of the Health Dept. for self-care measures and isolation measures
2. The specific cohort or students/staff in a specific area of school may be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days and shift to remote learning.
Allowing smaller cohorts or hallways to self-quarantine will allow for students and staff who were not likely exposed to continue with traditional in-person education
Two or more students or staff members in varying parts of the building or in different grade levels report that they have a confirmed case of COVID-19
(this could be a report from the Shelby County Health Dept. or a self-report)
1. The COVID-19 positive individuals will follow the direction of the Health Dept. for self-care measures and self-isolation measures
2. The entire school may close for a period of 2-5 days, up to 14 days to allow for contact tracing, conducted by the SCHD, and may reopen if it is determined that the threat to the school at large is low
3. All students and staff will be asked to self-quarantine at the time of school closure and shift to remote learning
Collierville Schools will follow the guidance of the SCHD when determining to close an entire school. The SCHD will determine the potential risk for students and staff when there are several cases of COVID-19 positive individuals and Collierville Schools will provide support and cooperation to the SCHD to allow for thorough contact tracing, while maintaining student privacy.
1Close contact is defined by the CDC as less than a distance of 6 feet, for more than 15 minutes, irrespective of whether the person with COVID or the people around the COVID positive person are wearing a mask. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/php/public-health-recommendations.html
2Isolation separates sick people with a contagious disease from people who are not sick. https://www.cdc.gov/quarantine/index.html
3Quaratine separates and restricts the movement of people who were exposed to a contagious disease to see if they become sick. https://www.cdc.gov/quarantine/index.html
TN Dept. of Education, Physical Health Toolkit https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/education/health-&-safety/Physical%20Health.pdf