Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Local Schools Fall 2020 Reset and Restart
Guiding Principles for:
Phased-in start to school
Face coverings required for all staff and students K-12
Daily self-assessment of symptoms
Wash and sanitize hands to prevent spread
Enhanced cleaning and disinfecting
100% online learning option
Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Local Schools, in collaboration with Greene County Public Health and it's Back to School Guidance, the other Greene County School Districts, and our teachers, staff, administrators and parents and taking into consideration Governor Dewines' K-12 Schools Guidelines, is planning for a phased-in return of 50% of our students with grades 1-12 returning on August 17 and the other 50% returning on August 18. Student attendance at school will be staggered with a goal of 100% of our students returning on a daily basis starting on September 8.
The plan from Greene County School districts consists of a common set of minimum guidelines for the reopening of schools. Each school district then built upon those guidelines to create a plan that was best suited for its students, staff, and community. Greene County Public Health (GCPH) has reviewed our return to school plan, and it is in compliance with the minimum recommendations set forth in the GCPH Back to School Guidance. Our plan is a living document and is subject to change as we receive new information. We will continue to provide more details and information when applicable.
Click here to view Dr. Cozad, Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Superintendent, talk about the plan.
Option 1 - Students return in-person to school. Students will return to school per the phased-in schedule. This is the default option.
Option 2 - Student chooses online learning model for at least one (1) semester at a time. Students will not be able to come in and out of online learning so the district can properly plan for staffing and the necessary software and hardware.
Students must sign-up for this option no later than July 28. (new deadline