Ross Valley Charter's Covid-19 Mitigation Plan and Information for the 2022-23 School Year

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If your child tests POSITIVE, notify us at school immediately at info@rossvalleycharter.org or 415-534-6970 and contact your healthcare provider. Our office will walk you through the latest quarantine guidelines should your child test positive for COVID-19.

Follow the instructions of your healthcare provider

AND the Marin County Health and Human Services Quarantine and Isolation guide:

COVID-19 Guidance At Home Quarantine & Isolation Safety

Please see the Rethinking Schools Marin site for more information. 

COVID-19 Testing Resources

For testing resources in Marin County, visit the MHHS COVID-19 testing page.

Please contact the office if you need an at-home antigen test.

 

Travel Guidelines

If you traveled out of California, please see Marin Public Health guidelines here. 

Staying Safe at School

At Ross Valley Charter, the health and safety of our students and staff is our highest priority. We are working hard to ensure that in-person classroom learning is safe and follows State and Federal public health orders. We are grateful for the commitment to health and safety we have seen from our whole community.

Our strategies have been developed and are revised in partnership with the Marin County Office of Education.

This webpage is intended to offer our community a central location to access information during this continually evolving time.  The information on this page will remain fluid and responsive to new information from local, regional, state, and federal agencies.

Our main sources for guidelines are below:

Marin County Schools Covid-19 Resources Page: https://sites.google.com/marinschools.org/mcoerethinkingschools/home

Marin Health and Human Services Covid-19 Resources: https://coronavirus.marinhhs.org/schools

Stay home If You Are Sick

Students and staff who are ill are expected to stay home. Students who exhibit any symptoms of illness will need to be picked up from school. We will continue to follow MHHS protocols for positive cases, exposure, and quarantine.

Home Exposures

Please contact the office if your child has had an exposure to COVID-19 outside of school.

Practice Hand Hygiene

Frequent hand hygiene is one of the most important preventative practices to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and will be encouraged at school. Time for hand hygiene will be scheduled throughout the day including before eating and before returning to the classrooms after out-of-class activities.

Wear a Mask

Face coverings are required by the Marin Department of Public health based on our placement on the Mitigation Strategy Continuum. Staff, students, and any school visitors will be asked to follow latest guidelines.

Masks will be available for students if needed.

Visitors/Volunteers

Non-essential visitors and volunteers will be limited. Please call the office ahead of time if you want to volunteer or visit the campus!

The Marin Schools SMARTER Plan

The the specific guidelines we follow at school will depend upon latest guidance from the Marin County Office of Education. Guidelines are posted here: https://sites.google.com/marinschools.org/mcoerethinkingschools/home

Current guidelines are based on the Marin Schools SMARTER Plan.

Marin County Schools SMARTER Plan 2022.05.03 with Updated ESP - Final (003)

The RVC School Site-Specific Protection Plan

Our Site-Specific Protection Plan / Covid Safety Plan gives a detailed description of how RVC meets the requirements for State and local health orders. It will be updated as Federal, State, and County requirements change.

Download this PDF by clicking the down arrow on the PDF viewer.

RVC_SSSPP.CSP_06.05.22 Update

Vaccination Rates

Student Vaccination Rate: As of this time, Marin County Public Schools are not collecting COVID-19 vaccination information from students

Staff Vaccination Rate: 93.94%