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  • The district distributed a Back-to-School Planning Parent Survey and used results for plan development.
  • Attendance/Enrollment Questionnaire along with a brief summary referencing the “Fly Like an Eagle” plan on the district website sent to all families on July 20, 2020 to determine attendance of students on-site, those who will be remote, as well as the use of district transportation.


  • Regular communication to families and staff will occur using the following:
    • Website Presence for “Fly Like an Eagle” Re-entry Plan
    • Infinite Campus and Parent Square messaging systems
    • Superintendent’s “Open Door” Weekly e-Newsletter
    • District’s Facebook
    • Student/Family Handbooks
    • Principal Communications
    • Staff Virtual Meetings, The Connection newsletter, and emails throughout the summer,
  • Online registration will continue. The on-site registration day of August 5, 2020 is cancelled, and those needing face-to-face registration will need to make appointments with their respective school offices.  
  • Staff will be provided additional health & safety training upon return to school in fall. 
  • Ongoing meetings with Door County Public Health, Door County Medical Center, local school district leaders, and state & federal agencies to obtain up-to-date information. 
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The district continues to work with Door County Medical Center, Door County Health and Human Services Department, and the school nursing team to establish appropriate protocols and procedures for COVID-19, including:
  • Regular communication about checking for symptoms at home before coming to school will go out to parents and staff.
  • A protocol to follow if a student, staff member, or guest shows any symptoms of COVID-19 will be developed and communicated to all.
  • The district will develop a protocol for a child who is identified as having an on-site health concern under the guidance of the school nurse (assessment, triage, designated isolation room in each building).
  • Parents will be given information about who to contact if someone in their family is diagnosed with COVID-19, and the role of Door County Public Health working with their medical provider to assist with contact tracing, etc. 
  • The decision to close school, based on COVID-19 spread, will be collaboratively determined by Door County Health and Human Services Department and  the district. 

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