Safe Return and Continuity of Services
Rose Hill School District Plan for Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services
The Rose Hill School District has worked hard to provide in-person learning for our students during the COVID-19 pandemic. The health and safety of students and staff will continue to be a priority. The District will maintain communications with our State (KDHE) and Local (Butler County Health Department) Health Officials to obtain guidance on identifying isolation and quarantine requirements for positive COVID-19 cases and COVID-19 close contacts. The Butler County Health Department has allowed students and staff who have been identified as a close contact to remain in school. Rose Hill Schools are now mask optional schools.
Parents should continue to screen their children for any COVID-19 symptoms and not send them to school if any symptoms are identified. Schools will continue to encourage hand washing and covering the nose and mouth when coughing/sneezing. The building cleaning schedules will remain in effect.
Upon request, the district can provide the locations for COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites. While vaccines are not required, one can find vaccine locations by visiting www.vaccines.gov. The Kansas State Department of Education has indicated that the Remote Learning Format will not be available and any family with health concerns should contact their building administrator to identify any appropriate accommodation needs.
The Rose Hill School District will continue to provide educational services to students through an in-person format, including Special Education services. Counseling options are available to students and staff with a partnership through the South Central Mental Health Department. The district will also continue to staff the district with qualified nurses and provide free lunches for qualifying students through our fully licensed food service program.
Items above are subject to change as conditions and health guidance progress.
American Rescue Plan Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services
Revised September 2022