As of early June 2020, seventy (70) countries are slowly reopening their school campuses to welcome their students after the COVID lockdowns. Still, more than 1 billion students are out of school following nationwide school closures. School administrators work in collaboration with health experts and government leaders in creating strategies to ensure safety in their classrooms, putting priority in securing the best interest of every child.
What Precautions should be in Place to Prevent COVID-19 in Schools?
School administrators should comply with their country’s COVID Prevention Protocols to protect students, faculty, staff, and their families.
Other practical ways that schools can apply to prevent infection in the campus include:
Class Room Scheduling
- Alternative room scheduling
- Staggered start and end of classes, meal times
- Allocate space to move classes to temporary spaces
- Scheduling rooms,