Based on state guidelines, students, staff and essential visitors over 2 years old are required to wear masks throughout the day while on campus and in district facilities. Masks will be provided to students and employees upon their return to campus
Based on student populations and layouts, sites may alter class and meal periods, including recess and passing times, to reinforce physical distancing, providing time for additional hand hygiene, cleaning and disinfecting. Sites will communicate this directly to its school community.
To accommodate meal periods, sites may use outdoor eating spaces, access alternative indoor eating spaces such as libraries, computer labs, and classrooms and/or increase the number of lunch periods so that fewer students are in the cafeteria and physical distancing guidelines are supported.
While water fountains will be available, students are encouraged to bring their own reusable water bottles. Filtered water bottle filling stations are available at all school sites.
Practicing proper hand hygiene throughout the day is encouraged, including when entering and exiting class, libraries and cafeterias, and after recess and physical education. Sites will identify ways to reduce sharing of toys, materials and equipment. Many classrooms have sinks that will serve as hand washing stations. Where sinks are not as accessible, hand sanitizer, bathrooms and portable hand washing stations should be used.
Recess and physical education are expected to continue with modifications to reinforce physical distancing. Frequent hand hygiene practices should be followed while also keeping students in like groups in the event contact
tracing becomes necessary.
- PE teachers are focusing on activities that reduce high touch equipment
- Equipment that is used will be cleaned prior to and after play
- Reinforcing hand hygiene before and after activity
- Equipment can be kept with the same class for daily use
Due to health concerns, choir and music classes will look different. Fresno Unified will follow the direction of the state and county in phasing back in these activities.