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Lisa A. Witte
14:55
I. K-12 School Staff: K-12 schools include public district, charter, private, and other non-public schools. Consistentwith the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, NH defines school staff as workers receivingcompensation as classroom teachers, librarians, administrators, office staff, para educators, custodial staff, othereducation support professionals, food services personnel, bus drivers and bus monitors. School nurses are alsoschool staff, but were eligible for vaccination in phase 1a. Staff considered appropriate for vaccination may be fullor part time (including substitute teachers). Student teachers are also eligible if they are at the school to meetrequirements of their academic program.
Christine Caron
15:03
Will Charter schools be contacted by the Regional Public Health Networks too?
Carol Baldwin
15:30
HR, Finance and custodians>
Andrea Elliot
15:48
volunteer coaches?
John Turner
15:48
I have employees who live in Maine but work at my school. Will they be eligible for vaccination in NH through this program?
Robertson
15:50
Should non publics go through their SAU?
Mary Marzelli, RN
16:30
Can private schools become a closed pod or some closed pod? If so, how do we go about doing that?
segalk
16:56
Can non public go to pharmacies?
Lisa A. Witte
16:58
We've been told no regional pods or anything in our area.
Kari Headington
17:02
Will regional health clinics reach out to non public school or just SAU’s?
Amanda Reed
17:15
Given what a lot of us have heard through DHHS calls and knowing people who have had the vaccine--we know that after vaccination, particularly the second does, people can feel unwell. We know they don't have to quarantine but we are also be reminded people shouldn't go to work ill. Does the DOE or DHHS have any recommendations for the potential staffing issues schools could face through this phase?
segalk
17:38
just to confirm....my teacher who lives in Massaschusettes can get vaccinated in New Hampshire as our school is in Manchester.
segalk
18:05
If you are too small for a clinic, do you have to wait until March 17th to sign up?
Mary MacIntosh, Acton Academy NH
18:19
Does the letter on school letterhead have to be notorized or just signed by the Head of School?
mary.moriarty
18:27
Are School Board Members eligible through 2A
Robertson
18:37
Is there a list of Regional Public Health Networks?
Cindy Clarke
18:56
Where is Nashua's regional public health network?
Ronna Cadarette
19:05
211 is always busy
Mary MacIntosh, Acton Academy NH
19:07
Are after-school care programs eligible?
Beth Daly
19:40
Detail on who is in 2a: https://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dphs/cdcs/covid19/documents/phase-2-technical-assistance.pdf
Cory LeClair
21:02
What about bus drivers who we contract through a third party? They don't actually work for our school.
Mary Marzelli, RN
21:11
referee’s?
Ronna Cadarette
21:25
What about school attorneys
Ronna Cadarette
21:37
who are scheduled for upcoming meetings
Katy Lilly
21:49
Can private schools become a closed pod or some closed pod? If so, how do we go about doing that?
Caryn Lasky
22:26
Does a teacher in a school that has been assigned to a closed regional clinic still have the ability to register individually through the public clinic?
Sean Kotkowski
22:28
How and when do our school staff register for a state-run clinic?
Amy
22:32
How can we find the number for the regional network in our area?
Darrell Lockwood
22:43
Will you share the presentation? We have contacted the South Central Regional Public Health Network and have had no response. Suggestions? With all the media information about clinics that are all ready set up our staff is feeling like they are being left out.
NLouiselle
23:18
Are SAU staff members eligible?
Jennifer Cava
23:21
For those of us who have not heard back yet from regional public health, at what point should we assume that we will not be participating in a closed clinic?
Erika Rogers
23:37
^^ same question
Matora Fiorey
23:40
We heard from Greater Monadnock Public Health Network this morning. If you didn’t, try emailing Tricia J. Zahn, tzahn@cheshire-med.com
Lisa A. Witte
24:03
Matora yes but they aren't doing any regional closed pods
Matora Fiorey
24:29
Ahhh, ok. I actually haven’t had a chance to read her full email.
Kate
24:35
Will there be a listing of the clinics posted onsite or forwarded to us?
mtursi
24:40
We are putting together a vaccination list for our public health network. Please clarify, if we are submitting a list to our public health network ,individuals do not need to bring documentation?
James Melone
24:47
Are these clinics giving out the single shot from J&J or the 2 shot vaccinations from Moderna/Pfizer?
Lisa A. Witte
24:47
She's just getting rosters to put into the system
Holly Barcroft
24:50
If we have employees who are working 100% remotely at this time due to the pandemic, and who would otherwise be working on site at least part of the time, are they eligible in Phase 2A?
Alex
25:00
Do we know what Vaccine we will be given?
Cindy Clarke
25:03
So how do we contact the regional public health network to find out if we can send our rosters to them or a clinic in Nashua
Carol Baldwin
25:29
I apologize if I am being dense. We have a full-time childcarw
Caroline Arakelian
25:38
Will all closed pods receive Pfizer or moderna? Thereby having another closed pod 3-4 weeks later?
Kimberly Saunders
25:58
So, this is confusing-- if the regional network is asking for our information should we be telling our staff to sign up on March 17th or should we wait for the network?
Linda Brady Trinity School of Bedford
26:06
If a employee gets the J & J one time vaccination- does the travel instructions apply?
Amy
26:27
So basically, its a free for all if you have not been invited to the reginal clinics? Then staff just get what they are assigned individually through the March 12 sign-up ? That makes staffing coverage difficult.
doc martin
26:30
I am grateful for everything every agency in NH has done during this crisis. However, that Manchester is having a clinic this coming weekend, and my Mascenic teachers have to wait……it doesn’t feel equitable.
Christy Whipple
26:35
Just trying to access this pdf...is it through dhhs?
Ashley Desrochers
27:14
Hi - Ashley Desrochers from Strafford Count Public Health Network here. We are planning Closed PODs with our SAUs. If you are in our county and I haven't reached out to you already, I will be shortly. adesrochers@goodwinch.org.
Robertson
27:23
How does one arrange for a clinic?
Jen
27:24
if an employee is unable to receive the Johnson and Johnson vaccine for religious reasons but can receive the Pfizer or Moderna how can they ensure when they go to receive their vaccine that it will not be only the J&J offered to them at their appointment?
Darrell Lockwood
27:28
The poster says at a regional clinic managed by your organization and Regional Public Health Network. However, given what is being said, this is only a path for some districts and we don't know who those districts are. Is that correct?
Carol Baldwin
27:37
We have a full-time childcare in our school where we also teach adult ed? Do I have to carve out the adult ed staff? I realize this is unique.
Caroline Arakelian
27:39
Can our school nurses be approved to administer the vaccine? This could expedite the process alongside the EMTs in our pod.
Christine Caron
27:51
Is the Regional Public Health Networks working with the DOE to get the number of employees we have submitted to them for vaccines?
Lisa A. Witte
28:41
I'm with Kimberly - we got an email request for a roster
Lisa A. Witte
28:48
But we were told no clinics
Christine Caron
29:10
How will we hear about these clinics?? email, phone calls??
Robertson
29:11
Willl the Regional Public Health Networks be reaching out to non public schools?
Lisa A. Witte
29:42
Our regional person didn't reach out to me (superintendent) - they contacted principals.
Christy Whipple
29:43
Thank you for being mindful of hosting these clinics on Fridays to allow the weekend for folks who may have reactions/symptoms due to the vaccine.
Melissa
30:34
How will schools be able to manage staffing with regard to side effects from vaccines from second doses when staffing is at critical levels already?
Andrea Elliot
30:39
Has any non-public hear from any regional health network?
Christy Whipple
30:46
We are a non public school and received an email requesting spreadsheet data for our staff wanting the vaccine.
Cassie Hayes (administration)
30:53
The challenge with our staff signing up at the fixed locations is keeping our school staffed during the various appointments. If we constantly have staff out over the next month or so we will have trouble keeping our building open. Is there a way to schedule all of my teachers around the same time at the fixed clinics?
Robertson
31:14
We are a non public and have heard nothing.
Amy
31:17
I agree with Cassie 100%
Katy Lilly
31:36
With whom will you be sharing detailed information about how we can sign up at a public site?
Christy Whipple
31:44
We have been told that our site is open on Friday from 3:30-6 p.m. So they are being mindful of knowing when staff can leave school.
Rick Johnson
31:49
NonPublic in Capital Area - have not heard anything
Amy
31:54
Definitely interested in how we can get my building scheduled at once.
Linda Brady Trinity School of Bedford
32:26
Travel
Annette Griffin
32:40
Can you post the link to register for the vaccine on March 17?
Sean Kotkowski
32:55
Staff will register at a new website on March 17th, correct? Is the web address of this site available yet?
Beth Daly
34:10
https://www.vaccines.nh.gov/
John Turner
34:31
Can the site be opened earlier that day, as 8:00 is when the school day begins for most.
Bill Harbron
35:16
Does it include teachers in Adult Learning Centers?
Susan Givens
35:23
Are the clinics after school?
Sarah Wheeler
36:00
Adult Education centers are either located in school districts or they are often combined with child care centers
Christine Boston
36:01
Some do work with high school students...not all. You gave me enough guidance to make determinations. THank you!
Carol Baldwin
36:25
Our ALC has a childcare?
Melissa White
36:33
Are DOE Staff that go into the schools to do work eligible?
Jacqueline Coe
36:38
Thank you for all that you are doing!
Jim Lewis
36:42
Thank you for coordinating this. No easy task.
Janet Reed
36:47
Given what a lot of us have heard through DHHS calls and knowing people who have had the vaccine--we know that after vaccination, particularly the second does, people can feel unwell. We know they don't have to quarantine but we are also be reminded people shouldn't go to work ill. Does the DOE or DHHS have any recommendations for the potential staffing issues schools could face through this phase?
Christy Whipple
37:34
where can we access this pdf? Doe? Dhhs?
John
37:40
Regional networks are gathering lists of employees -- do those people still need to bring proof of employment if they are on the list we give the vaccination site?
Linda Brady Trinity School of Bedford
37:51
Travel restrictions if given J & J-- will it be 2 weeks after okay to travel... last guidelines say "after second dose"
Maurice Weidler
38:18
If there is anyone for SAU 29 on here will you be having a clinic? If so will you be inviting Trinity Christian School to join your clinic?
Lisa A. Witte
38:34
We've been told no regional clinics in the Monadnock region
Lisa A. Witte
38:45
no closed sites or pods - just Krif Road
Robertson
38:50
Regional Clinic for SAU16?
Linda Brady Trinity School of Bedford
41:10
No one has answered the travel question
segalk
41:26
Thank you.
mtursi
41:44
Do people need to provide documentation?proof if they are included on the list that we submit to the public health network?
Linda Brady Trinity School of Bedford
41:51
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Lisa A. Witte
43:36
We have been told no closed pods but were asked to submit a roster
Christine Caron
43:51
We submitted lists to the DOE. Is the DOE sharing these with the Regional Public Health?
Mary Marzelli, RN
43:59
Do you need volunteers to give vaccines?
Beth Daly
44:20
Our School FAQ has a lot of vaccine information - quarantine - symptoms screening etc: https://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dphs/cdcs/covid19/documents/covid-19-education-faq.pdf
Beth Daly
44:52
Thank you everyone!
John
45:07
thank you!
christine.brennan@doe.nh.gov
45:07
Thanks Perry!
Christine Boston
45:12
Thank yoU!
Mike Runey
45:13
Thanks and great job, all!
Erika Rogers
45:13
Thank you
Sarah Arnold
45:16
Thank you!
Caroline Arakelian
45:17
Thank you!
Cheryl
45:18
Thank you
Susan Givens
45:18
Thank you.