Rebound Idaho – NSD Facility Use Plan

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Until we have targeted, case based-interventions for each infectious person, an effective vaccine, or effective treatment, we must maintain some level of community interventions to slow the spread of COVID-19.

All Idahoans have a responsibility to protect themselves and others. Each stage, while allowing for additional businesses and practices to open and loosen, is grounded in the following basic practices for individuals and businesses:

 

ALL STAGES – Individuals should continue to:

                 Engage in physical distancing of a least six feet

                 Wear face coverings in public spaces

                 Stay home if sick

                 Practice good hand hygiene

                 Cover coughs and sneezes

                 Disinfect surfaces and objects regularly

Any visitors permitted to enter the building must document who was in the building (each minor included) with the time of arrival, departure, location(s) they visited within the building, and contact

information that would be provided to the SWDH upon request only.

 

Stage 1 – May 1-May 15***

                 All vulnerable Idahoans should continue to self-quarantine. Members of households with

vulnerable residents should be aware that by returning to work or other environments where distancing is not always possible, they could carry the virus back home. Precautions should be taken to isolate from vulnerable residents

                 Gatherings, both public and private, should be avoided.

                 Minimize non-essential travel and adhere to CDC guidelines regarding isolation following travel

Continue the 14-day self-quarantine for people entering Idaho to prevent influx of out-of-state

visitors

1.      Public or school group related use of school facilities (rentals, athletics, activities, etc.) would not be allowed during this stage.

2.      School playgrounds remain closed.

3.      Tracks and tennis courts still available to the public who abide by social distancing guidelines outlined above.

 

Stage 2 – May 16 – May 29***

                 All vulnerable Idahoans should continue to self-quarantine. Members of households with

vulnerable residents should be aware that by returning to work or other environments where distancing is not always possible, they could carry the virus back home. Precautions should be taken to isolate from vulnerable residents

                 Gatherings, both public and private, of less than 10 people, where appropriate physical distancing

and precautionary measures are observed can occur.

                 Minimize non-essential travel and adhere to CDC guidelines regarding isolation following travel

Encourage the 14-day self-quarantine for people entering Idaho to prevent influx of out-of-state visitors

1.      Public or school related group use of school facilities (rentals, athletics, activities, etc.) would not be allowed during this stage. Special consideration may be given for groups that meet the

Governor’s criteria as essential or allowable during this stage where the district can disinfect and sanitize appropriately after use and in time for essential school district services. Requests for special consideration would need to be made through Peter Jurhs.

2.      School playgrounds remain closed pending CDC guidance.

3.      Tracks and tennis courts still available to the public who abide by social distancing guidelines outlined on page one.

 

Stage 3 – May 30-June 12***

                 Vulnerable Idahoans can resume public interactions, but should practice physical distancing,

minimizing exposure to social settings where distancing may not be practical, unless precautionary measures are observed

                 Gatherings, both public and private, of 10-50 people, where appropriate physical distancing and

precautionary measures are observed can occur

                 Non-essential travel can resume to locations that allow it and do not have ongoing transmission

(adhere to CDC guidelines regarding isolation following travel)

                 Discontinue the 14-day self-quarantine for people entering Idaho

1.      Public or school use of facilities (rentals, athletics, activities, etc.) where we can disinfect and sanitize (at district discretion) would only be allowed when 50 or less people are invited to attend the event during this stage.

o    The citizen completing the rental agreement or the staff member requesting to use the facility would need to affirm that they will ensure that all individuals in attendance follow the guidelines as outlined on the first page of this document and to not allow entry to more than 50 people during the event.

o    Moving about the building would be limited to essential locations and entry and exit from the facility limited to one entrance to allow for targeted deeper disinfection.

o    Names and contact information of all people in attendance would need to be maintained.

2.      NSD protocol for extracurricular activity for groups of less than 50 where appropriate physical distancing and precautionary measures are observed.

o     Weight Room

                      Allow the appropriate number of people where social distancing may be maintained

                      Spotting/Safety procedures should not be minimized due to social distancing.

                      Space out to minimize contact

                      A disinfectant should be used after each session

o     Gymnasium- CDC Guidelines on Gymnasiums

                      No more than 20 people in the gym (group the same)

                      Drills for individual development only

                      No full competition or drills that will not support social distancing

o     Stadium (Outside Spaces)

                      No more than 50 people on the playing field

                      Conditioning and Drills that allow for appropriate distancing.

                      No game like competitions.

o    All high school club sports (American legion, softball, VB, basketball, wrestling, etc.)

                     Follow all SIC guidelines when using SIC facilities

3.      School playgrounds will be open. Please follow the posted recommendations for use.

4.      Tracks and tennis courts still available to the public who abide by social distancing guidelines outlined on page one.

 

Stage 4 – June 13 – Extended to July 10***

  • Vulnerable Idahoans can resume public interactions, but should practice physical distancing, minimizing exposure to social settings where distancing may not be practical, unless precautionary measures are observed  
  • Gatherings, both public and private, of more than 50 people, where appropriate physical distancing and precautionary measures are observed can occur 
  • Non-essential travel continues to locations that allow it and do not have ongoing transmission (adhere to CDC guidelines regarding isolation following travel)  
1. Public or school use of facilities (rentals, athletics, activities, etc.) where we can disinfect and sanitize (at district discretion) would only be allowed when 100 or less people are invited to attend the event during this stage.  
    • The citizen completing the rental agreement or the staff member requesting to use the facility would need to affirm that they will ensure that all individuals in attendance follow the guidelines as outlined on the first page of this document and to not allow entry to more than 100 people during the event.  
    • Moving about the building would be limited to essential locations and entry and exit from the facility limited to one entrance to allow for targeted deeper disinfection. 
    • Names and contact information of all people in attendance would need to be maintained.  

  1. 2. NSD protocol for extracurricular activity for groups of
    less than 50 where appropriate physical distancing and precautionary measures are observed. 
    • Weight Room 
        • The number of participants may increase as long as appropriate physical distancing is observed. 
        • Spotting/Safety procedures should not be minimized due to social distancing. 
        • Space out to minimize contact 
        • A disinfectant should be used after each session 
    • Gymnasium- CDC Guidelines on Gymnasiums 
        • No more than 50 people in each gym that is available. 
        • Drills for individual development  
        • Limited competition between members of practice groups 
    • Stadiums (Outside Spaces) 
        • No more than 50 people on the playing field 
        • Conditioning and Drills that allow for appropriate distancing. 
        • Limited competition between members of practice groups 
        • No full contact with football 
    • All high school club sports (American legion, softball, VB, basketball, wrestling, etc.) 
        • Follow all SIC guidelines when using SIC facilities 

  1. 3. School playgrounds will
    remain open. Please follow the posted recommendations for use.  

  1. 4. Tracks and tennis courts still available to the public who abide by social distancing guidelines outlined on page one.
     

 

July 11-August 9: Subject to change based on State and Southwest District Health guidelines  
 
The goal of this plan is to keep our coaches and student athletes healthy and to prioritize our ability for them to have a fall season. If the state of Idaho moves out of Stage 4 the guidelines listed above for athletics will remain in place until August 9th as well as the following: 
    • No competitions, no tournaments and no camps. The exceptions are camps that are held for one school, on their home campus and limited to no more than 50 people. No outside guests or teams are allowed.  
    • No out of state travel to camps and/or tournaments 
    • All high school club sports (American legion, softball, VB, basketball, wrestling, etc.) 
      • Follow all SIC guidelines when using SIC facilities 

 

 

District Updates

FACTS ABOUT
COVID-19

Coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) spreads through close personal contact with a sick person.

 

SYMPTOMS

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath

 

Call your healthcare provider if:

  • You have symptoms and have been to a country that has experienced an outbreak within the last 2 weeks of your travel.
  • You have symptoms and have been in close contact with a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19.

 

PREVENTION

  • Wash your hands often, with soap, for at least 20 seconds each time, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.
  • If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol
  • Cover your cough/sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue away.
  • Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth.
  • Avoid close contact with sick people.
  • Clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces often.
  • Stay home when you are sick.