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PED COVID-19 Rapid Response Protocols - Shared screen with speaker view
Holly Hagy
11:42
You are on mute
jarmstrong
13:27
Holly I can hear it; maybe re-boot zoom
Ashley Garcia
15:08
PED Reentry Guidance homepage: https://webnew.ped.state.nm.us/reentry-district-and-school-guidance/Safe and Healthy Schools Bureau Webpage: https://webnew.ped.state.nm.us/bureaus/safe-healthy-schools/
Ashley Garcia
18:11
This PPT will be available shortly after the presentation at the links provided above.
Ashley Garcia
19:51
Hi Vickie. Yes, the toolkit is at the top of the first link to the right of the original Reentry Guidance. Here is the direct link as well: https://webnew.ped.state.nm.us/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/NMPED_COVID19ResponseToolkit_ELEMpublic.pdf
Ashley Garcia
23:20
Hi Damon, the edited version (without numbers) is available online. Thank you for this point of clarification.
Cecy Barffuson
24:24
Does that mean that you can do hybrid for middle school too? if you are a K-8 school
Tara Grano
24:58
Ashley, if middle schools and high schools are not cohorting students and are switching classes. Or are 7-12th grade not able to do the hybrid now?
Ashley Garcia
25:00
Hi Frances, when you call the hotline to report a lab-confirmed positive case, the Rapid Response team member will send you an email containing the link to complete the required form.
Ashley Garcia
26:34
Hi Tara, hybrid is currently only allowed for eligible elementary schools.
Nurse Kimber
27:41
To confirm: even though school is currently remote a confirmed positve in a student's parent SHOULD be reported to the hotline at this time?
jarmstrong
30:40
Do all staff who suffers from seasonal allergies really have to get a Dr's note??
Carmen Padilla
31:08
If they are experiencing ANY symptoms they staff/student should not be at school??
jarmstrong
31:52
Carmen Padilla, I have been suffering from fatigue pretty much since March!
Jill Morton
33:49
Please give guidance for isolation rooms at schools. I have received conflicting information
Jolene Rael
33:56
If we send them home for runny nose, will these absences be excused no matter the number?
jarmstrong
34:34
So we are actually isolating people we SUSPECT have COVID
Mint
36:06
This is the question from one of parents. This parents has three kids at home. If one kid is sick, are other siblings need to stay home also?
Arielle Bernier
39:22
Do you know where charter school nurses can get fit tested? Are there any private companies doing this?
Kimberly -Red River
42:36
Are there testing options beyond DOH designated testing centers? Testing centers are over an hour away in either direction.
Danielle
45:55
So if I understand correctly ? if there is one symptom like a sore throat we have to refer for testing and send home unless there is a dr excuse and we can not allow them to return to school.
Patricia Beecher
51:40
What are parameters for transporting students who are exhibiting symptoms? also, what about transporting students who are IEPd to not wear a mask?
Carmen Padilla
54:14
How long should a student be fever-free before returning to school? Have received conflicting information.
gnorris
55:03
Do we or can we have a very simple algorithm to spell out the steps?
Debbie Vigil Jemez Mountain Schools
56:14
Will there be a requirement to have all staff tested before returning to work/school
Carmen Padilla
57:27
Where can we find mask guidance?
Holly.Hagy
57:44
Where is the Mask guidance info?
Tara Grano
57:55
the email said an hour actually so I blocked an hour
Ashley Garcia
58:30
https://webnew.ped.state.nm.us/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/NMPED_COVID19ResponseToolkit_ELEMpublic.pdf