2020-2021 School Year
April 26th: Remote students that opted into in-person learning report to the building.
April 26th - April 30th: 5th Grade Spirit Week
May 12th @ 4pm: School Leadership Meeting
DOE families can support their child(ren) with completing the required health screenings in the following ways:
DOE families/students are encouraged to use the online tool to pre-screen themselves before entering a DOE building. Upon entering the school facility, families/students will be asked to provide the results of their screening either by showing the email on their smartphone or a printout of the results. Families should support students as needed with this online screening questionnaire and should ensure students have proper documentation for morning entry.
● Paper Copy Health Screening Questionnaire: If students are not able to pre-screen using the online tool, schools must provide families with several copies of the health screening questionnaire so families can complete the questionnaire at home. Administrators, families, and students can find hard copies of the form in the lobby of PS 86.
● On-Site Screening: If DOE students are not able to pre-screen using either the online tool or paper form of the questionnaire at home, they will be required to complete a screening assessment in-person at the school building prior to entry. Schools should determine the best way to implement on-site screening using either the online health screening tool or paper copies of the screening questionnaire. Young children who are not accompanied by a family member may require additional support from a staff member. If a family member is present, they will need to complete their child’s screening in-person at the school building prior to their child’s entry.
Again, the preference is that all student health screenings are done at home each morning to avoid delays during morning entry