School Reopening Taskforce

School Plan 2020-21


Current Information

School Plan - Student Essentials to Know
  Basic information each student should know before going to school

School Plan - Update
  A detailed update of the plan presented by Superintendent Russell on August 3

IMPORTANT Symptom Self-Assessment Checklist
  Parents need to check their children for symptoms EVERY DAY before school
  No need to send the checklist to school

Self-Assessment Checklist - 5 days
  This version has Monday through Friday listed with the questions for each day
  This is an option for parents to track - no need to send it to school

5 Steps to expect if a student or staff member tests positive for COVID-19: Infographic

Checklist: When to Stay Home & Return

Updated September 18, 2020

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Messages from Superintendent Russell

September, 17, 2020 - Weekly Update
School board opening, district dashboard - here

September 10, 2020 - Important Update
Masks, pick up, travel, symptom checklist - here

August 31, 2020 - Update
First day of school, student verification, class lists - here

August 7, 2020 -  School Plan FAQ

Frequently asked questions - here

August 4, 2020 - Update to Families
This message includes an update about the school calendar and Remote Learning Academy registration


August 3, 2020 -  School Plan 2020-21

Superintendent Russell presented the school reopening plan to the school board on August 3.

The school board approved the plan 5-0. 

The plan is here


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    Taskforce Overview

    The Hudson School District has created a district-wide taskforce that includes multiple, diverse stakeholders to determine the needs, obstacles and resources for multiple scenarios to start school in late August/early September of 2020 and to respond to evolving circumstances over the course of the school year.

    Members of the district-wide taskforce include:

    • One teacher from each building
    • At least one administrator from each level (elementary, middle and high)
    • Emergency Management Committee chair
    • Technology representative
    • Community engagement coordinator
    • Nurse representative
    • Superintendent and assistant superintendents
    • Ad hoc members (as needed) – Facilities, Finance, Food Services, EOC personnel, Classroom Technology Specialist, Transportation, Special Education, ELL, Outreach Coordinator, Project Aware Coordinator, Counseling personnel

Each school has formed a committee to act as subcommittees to the district-wide taskforce. The building committees will review information from their unique perspectives and provide input to the district-wide taskforce representatives.

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