COVID-19 Policies & Precautions

Reopening Protocols

Click below to review the reopening protocols revised as of 9/1/21

GUSD COVID Prevention

Click below to review the measures GUSD is taking to prevent to spread of COVID.

Exposure Management Plan

Click below to view the latest Exposure Management Plan for TK-12 schools.

School Guidance Checklist

Click below to view the COVID-19 School Guidance Checklist

What to Expect

  • All students and staff will be required to wear a mask while indoors at all times. Masks are not required for outside activities on campus. 

  • Social Distancing will be practiced where possible, but there is no distance requirement.

  • Student and staff will be encouraged to practice daily self-screening, additionally, temperature checks will be conducted before entering school. As a reminder, do not send your child to school if they are experiencing a fever or any COVID-19 symptoms. See below for more details. 

  • GUSD has a COVID-19 tracing plan in place that is prepared to work collaboratively with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to aggressively track and report all positive COVID-19 cases while following strict protocols for notifying anyone exposed to a person with COVID-19.

Do Your Part, Keep Your Children Home When They Are Sick

Parent and community support will continue to play a vital role in ensuring our schools are as safe as possible. Please continue to monitor your child’s health and keep them home if they exhibit symptoms of illness. 

 

Sandburg Guidelines For Parents When Your Child is Sick:

If your child is exhibiting any of the following symptoms, please reference these guidelines to help you know when to keep your child home from school:

 

  • A temperature of 100 degrees or above

  • Vomiting and/or diarrhea.

  • Uncontrollable cough or wheezing or shortness of breath

  • Suspected communicable disease (i.e. chickenpox)

  • Suspected contact with an individual with a known communicable disease, e.g., COVID-19

  • A rash of unknown origin – students may return to school when written authorization is received from the health care provider

  • New onset of headache or severe body aches

  • Loss of taste or smell

  • If you are unsure, please keep your child home until you have received appropriate medical clearance

  • For any of the above symptoms or exposures, families should contact Mrs. Bundschuh, our Health Clerk, to determine how and when their student may safely return to school.

Arrival Locations

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Other Resources