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Reopening Schools 2020-2021

NHCS will operate under Plan C for grades pre-K through 5 with remote learning for all through January 22, 2021. Grades 6-12 will continue to operate under Plan B AA/BB schedule. Grades pre-K through 5 will transition to Plan B AA/BB schedule on January 25, 2021.
 
Health data will be assessed on a continuous basis and updates will be posted as they become available at www.nhcs.net and on NHCS Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram platforms. 
 
NHCS families should verify PowerSchool contact information is current to receive Connect 5 phone, email, and text notifications from their schools and the district.


See the NHCS website for more information about school reopening.
 
Arrival and Dismissal
 

Under Plan A or B we will open our doors to students at 7:20 am. We will start dismissal at 2:30 pm. Please review the map for car line drop-off and pick-up flow:

School Arrival Traffic Patterns

CarLineProcedures.pdf

Car Line Change Parent Letter

Check out the video on Arrival procedures!

 

 

 

All students will be screened before entering the building. If they arrive by bus, they will be screened once they exit the bus. If they arrive by car, we ask that they stay in the car until a health screener has met your vehicle, asked screening questions, and scanned your child's temperature.

 
 

Forest Hills Global Social Distancing Guidelines and Expectations

  • All staff and students will be required to wear an approved mask or face covering. They may only be removed to eat or drink and during scheduled mask breaks or vigorous outdoor activity. We will be teaching students proper mask wearing and handling but will need your support at home to make this a smooth transition.

  • Staff will minimize exposure to the best of our ability in the classroom.

  •  Hallways have been marked with 6' distancing signs to help students visualize spacing to address social distancing.

  • Classroom teachers have designed procedures that limit sharing of common items (ie scissors, books, crayons, PE equipment, etc.) and have arranged for students to have their own set of needed materials.

  • Custodians have increased their sanitizing efforts and frequent cleanings are made to high-touch surfaces.

  • We are incredibly grateful for our parent volunteers that would typically enter our building daily. However, at this time, visitors and volunteers are still not permitted.

 
 
 
 
Dr. Foust
The Importance of Practicing the 3W's During the Pandemic