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Face coverings: using face coverings is important because COVID-19 spreads through the air.
Distancing: at least three-feet apart, and under certain conditions six-feet apart.
Clean hands: lots of washing with soap and water or using hand sanitizer.
Cohorts: use as small and stable cohorts as possible.
On-site testing: K-12 schools can and in some cases must make testing available to symptomatic and exposed students and school staff.
Cleaning: especially of frequently touched surfaces.
Isolation & Quarantine: separate sick people from people who are not sick. Restrict movement of people who may be exposed to a disease.
Ventilation: outdoor activities and maximized airflow in closed spaces.
Not sure where to start or have a question? Here are a few resources to get you started.
More info: review our key safety practices in more detail
Ready Schools, Safe Learners: complete guidance document for the 2020-21 school year
For more information, resources and protocols,
visit our Ready Schools, Safe Learners page.
If you have questions about the RSSL guidance, please
contact the Oregon Department of Education.
If you believe a school is not in compliance with the RSSL guidance you can file a named or confidential complaint with Oregon OSHA at 1-833-604-0884
or online. The OSHA complaint process is open to staff, students, families and community members. School safety and other COVID-19 school related questions can be answered by
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