Health and Safety – Response and Protocols
The health and safety of our students and staff is our top priority. We have outlined clear protocols for screening and supporting our students and staff as well as communicating campus responses if any student or staff member shows symptoms of COVID-19. Campus leaders will be working with their staff to ensure the implementation of these guidelines throughout the school year.
COVID-19 Health Response Handbook updates 10/19/2020
Manual de Respuesta de Salud Ante COVID-19 actualizado 10/15/2020
Early Childhood Health and Safety Protocols added 9/8/2020
Protocolos de salud y seguridad para las clases de infancia temprana
Before Returning to Your Campus, Verify Your Health and the Health of Your Student
Daily self-screenings are an important part of minimizing viral spread for in-person learning. Your school will have a form for self-screening. As a reminder, symptoms for COVID-19 include at least one of the following:
- Fever of 100F or above,
- sore throat,
- shortness of breath/trouble breathing,
- muscle aches,
- loss of taste or smell,
- nausea, vomiting or diarrhea,
- and new headache.
If you or your student are symptomatic, please stay home. Here are our protocols for students who become symptomatic while in school.
Notifications of Positive COVID Cases
With students returning to in-person learning, we will be notifying all families and staff of positive cases on your campus or in your building. If you or your student came into contact with the person with COVID, either your campus COVID team (for students or visitors) or human resources (for staff) will contact you directly and coordinate the next steps between you and the county health department. The county health department will be determining whether or not there is a need to quarantine. We will be coordinating with staff to work from home when possible (including teachers) during quarantines. Students will have the option to continue virtual learning during a quarantine.
Student Instructions – Students will be required to sign in to Zoom using their Leander ISD Google credentials. If a student already has a Zoom account with their Leander ISD email or Google account, then they will be prompted to consolidate their account.
If you experience any complications, please call the LISD Information Technology Services help desk at 512-570-0566 or email Help.Desk@leanderisd.org.
A Peek Into In-Person Learning
Launch to In-Person Learning for Elementary Students
Launch to In-Person Learning for Secondary Students
Bus Route Information and Notifications
Bus route information for eligible 2020–21 bus transportation is now available in TransFinder. Please check this site routinely over the first few weeks of school for routing updates.
The Transportation Department is using the Remind platform to communicate delay notifications and other important updates. Bus riders and their guardians have been added to a Remind “class” for their assigned bus route. More info
Guides for Launch to Learning 2020-21
As we prepare to welcome students back to school, we believe in meeting the social, emotional, and educational needs of our students no matter the
circumstances, while providing the highest quality educational experiences and offering a choice of a safe and healthy learning environment.
Spanish PDF version
Leander ISD will ensure that students with disabilities have access to a free and appropriate public education. To the greatest extent possible, each student will be provided the specialized instruction, support, and related services identified in the student’s RTI plan, individualized education program (IEP), or Section 504 plan.
Watch more webinars from LISD
- July 22, 2020 – Virtual Empowered Learning Webinar
- July 22, 2020 – In-Person Services and Safety Webinar
- July 20, 2020 – Staff Webinar
Campus & Department Administrators & Supervisors
- Supervisor Protocols and Mitigation Measures
- Employee Protocol-COVID 19 (English, Español)
- COVID-19 Supervisor Protocol Zoom Meeting
Presentations and Report
- July 17, 2020, Board of Trustees Meeting
- July 9, 2020, Webinar for Middle and High School Families
- July 8, 2020, Webinar for Elementary Families
- July 8, 2020, Webinar for Teachers and Staff
- July 6, 2020 – July 15, 2020, Staff Survey Report
- June 27, 2020 – July 6, 2020, Families Survey Report
- June 25, 2020, Board of Trustees Meeting
- June 18, 2020, Board of Trustees Meeting
We are thankful for your patience during this stressful and uncertain time for you and your family and as always appreciate your feedback. If you have additional questions, please feel free to click the box below.
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