Face-to-Face Learning FAQ
COVID-19 is a rapidly changing situation and the below information is subject to change based upon additional guidance from TEA and state officials. For additional health and safety protocols that will take place during Face-to-Face Learning, view the health and safety protocol website here.
- Is Midlothian ISD requiring daily health screenings of students and staff?
- What will the arrival and dismissal process look like on campus?
- How will breakfast and lunch be served?
- What safety measures and precautions will be taken for transportation?
- Will my student be required to wear a mask?
- Will MISD use partitions or something else to provide a physical barrier between students in the classroom?
- What happens if there is a COVID-19 spike and schools need to shut down?
- What would happen if my child’s entire class or campus needs to go on quarantine?
- What would happen if my child who is receiving Face-to-Face instruction needs to go on an individualized quarantine?
- Will efforts be made to group cohorts of secondary students into the same courses to limit exposure?
- Will grading policies change if my child is moved to Virtual Learning due to school building closures or quarantine?
- Will daily attendance be taken if my child is moved to Virtual Learning due to school building closures or quarantine?
- How will school nurses be able to treat and contain possible COVID students and teachers while assisting other student needs safely?
- Who will monitor students as they pass in the hallways? Will they be lined up in 6 foot spacing?
- How will elementary students be able to maintain six feet social distancing?
- How many students will be allowed in a classroom?
- What will a classroom look like for Face-to-Face Learning?