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In-Person Instruction

Conroe ISD

MCPHD Letter of Advisement Update 8-24-20pdf

Conroe ISD is offering In-Person Instruction, five days a week, at all campuses. Traditional In-Person Instruction required additional health and safety precautions because the safety and well-being of students, families, and staff remains Conroe ISD’s top priority. Traditional In-Person Instruction consists of a safe environment that is in alignment with local health protocols. Social distancing will be adhered to as much as instructionally possible.

Elementary/K-6 Campus Considerations

Information in this area is being provided as a general overview of what procedures and processes may be in place at Elementary and K-6 campuses. Campuses will communicate the specific processes based off of these overviews and in alignment with TEA’s guidance. ***Due to the unique designs and needs of each campus, processes and procedures may vary across the District.

Arrival

  • Have separate entrances for bus riders, walkers/bikers, and car riders.
  • Provide hand sanitizer stations at each entrance.
  • Entry doors will be propped open for no touch entry. To prevent unauthorized persons from entering, staff will supervise all opened entry doors.
  • Utilize non-classroom staff and Remote/Online Instruction staff to supervise arriving students.
  • Students not allowed to congregate in a large enclosed area to wait to report to class; Consider allowing them to report straight to the classroom.
  • Consider adjusting arrival time for certain staff to supervise arrival.
  • Parents will not be allowed to accompany students into the school.

Intermediate/Junior High Campus Considerations

Information in this area is being provided as a general overview of what procedures and processes may be in place at Intermediate and Junior High campuses. Campuses will communicate the specific processes based off of these overviews and in alignment with TEA’s guidance. ***Due to the unique designs and needs of each campus, processes and procedures may vary across the District.

Arrival

  • Have separate entrances for bus riders, walkers/bikers, and car riders.
  • Provide hand sanitizer stations at each entrance.
  • Entry doors will be propped open for no touch entry. To prevent unauthorized persons from entering, staff will supervise all opened entry doors.
  • Utilize non-classroom staff and Remote/Online Instruction staff to supervise arriving students.
  • Students not allowed to congregate in a large enclosed area to wait to report to class; Consider allowing them to report straight to the classroom.
  • Consider adjusting arrival time for certain staff to supervise arrival.
  • Parents will not be allowed to accompany students into the school.

High School Campus Considerations

Information in this area is being provided as a general overview of what procedures and processes may be in place at High School campuses. Campuses will communicate the specific processes based off of these overviews and in alignment with TEA’s guidance. ***Due to the unique designs and needs of each campus, processes and procedures may vary across the District.

Arrival

  • Have separate entrances for student drivers, bus riders, walkers, and car riders.
  • Provide hand sanitizer stations at each entrance.
  • Entry doors will be propped open for no touch entry. To prevent unauthorized persons from entering, staff will supervise all opened entry doors.
  • Utilize non-classroom staff and Remote/Online Instruction staff to supervise arriving students.
  • Students will be directed to their first period classroom.
  • Consider adjusting arrival time for certain staff to supervise arrival.
  • Parents will not be allowed to accompany students into the school.

Health Guidance and Considerations (updated 9-8)

Prevention of disease transmission in our schools will take all of us working together. The best way to prevent the spread of illness in our schools is to stay home when ill. Students, employees, and visitors are required to stay home when they are ill. Other prevention measures include avoiding close contact with others when possible and washing/sanitizing hands often, especially before eating, after using the restroom, entering and exiting public spaces, after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing, and after coming in contact with highly touched objects such as doorknobs, handrails, etc. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. Covering coughs and sneezes with a tissue and washing hands after is also a must. Wearing a cloth face covering or mask in common areas and when interacting with others can help prevent the transmission of COVID-19.

Protocols

The protocols detailed below may include references to numeric levels that correlate with the COVID-19 Community Alert Status chart. Conroe ISD is currently operating at Level 3: Response and Mitigation.

Frequently Asked Questions