ISQ's Virus and Safety Plan - Page 5



Safety Protocols
Health and Temperature Check
ISQ has recently purchased additional
resources to ensure a high level of sanitation
throughout our campus in preparation for
re-opening.
Staff and students are required to have their temperature
checked as they enter ISQ. ISQ will use thermal tempera­
ture cameras (i.e. what you see in airports) to monitor
student's temperatures on campus. Before being allowed
to board buses, all students and staff will have their tem­
peratures taken. Students or staff that exhibit a fever will
not be allowed to board the bus. Before being allowed to
go to classes, all students and staff will have temperatures
taken. Temperatures will be checked again mid-day and at
the end of the school day. Students or staff who are
exhibiting a temperature of ≥37.3 will be further checked by
one of our Health Office personnel.
Some of these resources include:
• Medical Masks
• Hand Sanitizer Dispensers
• Alcohol Based Wipes/Cleanses
• Protective Clothing
• Disinfectants & Sprayers
• Thermometers/Temperature gauges
These items are made available throughout
ISQ, allowing students to sanitize their hands
before class, or after bathroom breaks.
We have a limited number of masks available
that we'll provide for all staff. We ask that
families provide their children with their own
masks. Students and staff will wear masks
before entering ISQ's buses and campus, and
are expected to wer their masks throughout
the duration of the day until they return home.
All bathrooms are stocked with soap.
Students and staff are encouraged to wash
their hands as they enter the building or to
use one of the available hand sanitizer
dispensers.
Staff, students, and our students' parents must truthfully
answer how they feel and if they have taken any medicine
to treat a fever, cough, and/or breathing difficulties.
This policy is the same for all security, cleaning, and kitchen
staff. During this time visitors and parents are strictly
prohibited from visiting ISQ, until further notice. Only
government officials and select, essential contract works
will be able to enter ISQ after complying with a tempera­
ture check, submitting a health declaration form, and
approvI from the Hed of School.
Arriving at Home Preparation Notice
1. After your child arrives home from school, ask them to
hang their coats in a ventilated place, take off outdoor
shoes and place them away from family activities or other
areas to prevent the spread of bacteria or viruses.
2. It is recommended that all children wash their hands
and face after entering the house. Wash hands with
running water and soap (liquid soap) for at least 20
seconds.
3. Take your child's body temperature each evening
before your child goes to bed, then again the next
morning before the student leaves the house to go to
school. Ask about your child's physical condition to see
if there is any discomfort. All temperature data and the
health status of the students will be reported in the daily
student health check-in.
4. Without taking antipyretics, if your child's underarm
temperature is higher than 37.3 degrees or your child has
any of the following symptoms such as a headache,
dizziness, nausea, abdominal pain, sore throat, cough,
snot symptoms, it is vital your child stays at home for
home observation or go to the hospital in a timely
manner.
School and Business Trips
All business or school trips are currently
postponed until further notice.

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