Reopening Plans and Health/Safety Guidelines
The Greeneview Board of Education voted to reopen Greeneview Schools for students on Tuesday, August 25th. The changes to the calendar are necessary for us to adequately prepare for the school year and provide our staff with the necessary professional development prior to students returning. The following revised calendar was approved by the Board of Education. 2020-21 Calendar
We are committed to offering multiple educational options for our community and to protecting the health and safety of our staff and students. The goal of Greeneview's reopening plans were to create and maintain a school environment that places the health and safety of our students and staff first and that minimizes potential risk factors for them.
As you review these documents, we ask that you carefully consider the best option for you and your family for the 2020-2021 school year. Parents will be asked to log into OneView forms and fill out the Demographic and EMA forms for each of their children prior to August 1st. Within OneView you will be asked to choose an educational option and whether you will require transportation this year. Any parent who does not select a decision by August 1st will have their students enrolled in physical attendance and those students will not be permitted to ride the bus when school begins.
Parents will have two options for their children this school year due to COVID-19. Please review the document to familiarize yourself with your two educational options for the 2020-2021 school year.
- Option 1: Physical Attendance in Greeneview facilities
- This following is an outline of the parent and student responsibilities associated with physical attendance option 1.
- If parents choose physical attendance, parents and students will be asked to sign the following Ram Pledge upon registration in OneView.
- Students who choose Option 1 will have devices available according to the following plan: Technology for Option 1
- Option 2: Virtual Learning- 100% online with virtual instruction in a self-paced program that does not involve direct instruction from a Greeneview teacher. Students will be required to check in regularly with our teacher-student advocates and maintain progress towards completion on specific timelines and benchmarks to aide in the future transition back to when conditions improve. Greeneview Virtual Learning Academy FAQ
- Students who choose Option 2 will have devices available according to the following plan: Technology for Option 2. Families who choose Option 2 will be responsible for providing their own home internet access.
Greene County ESC Overview Documents
K-5 students will receive digital instruction in their 4 core classes: math, science, English language arts, and social studies.
Health and Safety Guidelines (updated 8/5/2020):
Students, staff, and parents all share the responsibility of reopening our schools. Our guidelines were created in compliance with the Health and Safety Guidance for Ohio K-12 Schools which includes five components: vigilantly assess for symptoms, wash and sanitize hands to prevent spread, thoroughly clean and sanitize school environment to limit spread on shared surfaces, practice social distancing, and implement face coverings policy.
Reopening Protocol and Responsibilities:
The following details were developed by staff and administrators in response to guidance from the Greene County Public Health office and the Back to School Guidance and the Greene County schools common agreements for reopening.
Changes to Transportation:
- Students will be required to wear a mask while on all school buses/vans and will be required to sit in an assigned seat.
- Greeneview Schools will implement "non-transportation" zones for the 2020-2021 school year in compliance with ORC 3327.01
- Elementary School non-transportation zones have been established. Map of Zones
- Students will not be asked to cross 35 or 72 without a crossing guard present.
- Middle School and High School non-transportation zones have been established. Map of Zones
- Open Enrolled students will NOT be eligible for transportation for 2020-2021 school year.
Changes to Music Education:
- Students in K-4 will participate in music but we will not sing indoors or provide group instruction on recorders.
- All grade-level programs have been cancelled at this time.
- We will still offer Instrumental Music in grades 5-12. Middle School and High School bands will be moved to the cafeterias to ensure proper social distancing.
- We will NOT offer Middle School choir this year due to our inability to ensure we can comply with distancing requirements. Students will still be offered music instruction during this period.
- We will still offer Vocal Music in grades 9-12. High School choirs will be moved to the Auditeria to ensure proper social distancing.
Decisions on NEW OPEN ENROLLMENT students will be made on August 3rd once we know how much space we have in our facilities. CURRENT open enrolled families are asked to submit your OneView forms prior to August 1st.