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COVID-19 Guidance for Schools

Local conditions influence decisions that public health officials make regarding community-level strategies.  Resources are not exhaustive and will be adjusted as guidelines change with the evolving situation.

FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL AUTHORITIES

Federal

State

Office of the Governor

Department of Public Health

California Department of Education (CDE)

Local

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Orders & REGULATIONS

California Department of Public Health (CDPH)

Cal/OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard Revision COVID-19 Prevention Plan (CPP)

6/17/2021

COVID-19 Prevention Plan templates

California Legislation

GUIDANCE & TRAINING

Employers - General Guidance

Employers – Office Workspaces

Isolation & Quarantine - California Department of Public HealtH

Face Coverings - CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

ENTRANCE POSTINGS – COVID-19

WORKPLACE POSTINGS – COVID-19 

Employee Training

ATHLETICS, ACTIVITIES & Childcare COHORTS

Guidance for Small Cohorts/Groups of Children and Youth

The guidance related to cohorts sets minimum guidelines for providing specialized, targeted support services, necessary in-person child supervision and limited instruction, and facilitation of distance learning in small group environments in ways that maintain the focus on health and safety to minimize transmission. This guidance enables schools to provide specialized services for students with disabilities and English learners, and in-person support for at-risk and high-need students. See the answers to frequently asked questions about cohort guidance.​

CALIFORNIA HEALTHY SCHOOL ACT & INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT (IPM)

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT

SIA MEMBER RESOURCES

ASSUMPTION OF RISK/WAIVER OF LIABILITY AGREEMENT FORMS - COVID-19

PATTI EYRES of Eyres Law Group, LLP

  • Risk Management & Legal Updates with Patti Eyres - Schedule (.pdf)
  • Member districts can reach the ELG Hotline for questions on specific matters:

    PEyres@Eyreslaw.com    Direct line: 602-448-4051