LPS Returns to Learn
  • In Liberty Public Schools, the health and safety of our students and staff while at school is our top priority.  Our LPS School Reentry Task Force has been hard at work since the spring developing a comprehensive plan that addresses the many challenges the COVID-19 pandemic creates.

    We have worked in lockstep with the Clay County Public Health Center throughout this situation, and will continue to receive regular updates from not only CCPHC but also local, regional, state, and federal health officials.

    Please know that this continues to be an extremely fluid situation with details within our plan likely to evolve in the coming weeks and months.  We are committed to communicating changes when they become available.

    Thank you for your support and continued partnership as we keep our students and staff safe!

     

  • Sick Kid Potential Symptoms of COVID-19

    We cannot stress enough the importance of students and staff staying home from school if showing COVID-19 symptoms or being sick. 

    To access the updated LPS COVID-19 Exposure and Symptom Protocol, click here.  

     

     

    Social Distancing Distancing

    All students, staff, visitors and vendors will strive to adhere to social distancing guidance provided by the Clay County Public Health Center.
     
     
     
     
     
    Hygiene Personal Hygiene
    Students and staff will be strongly encouraged to regularly wash their hands throughout the day with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.  Hands should always be washed before eating, before touching one's face, and after using the restroom.  In addition, hand sanitizers will be readily available and available for use throughout the day.
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Maks Masks/PPE
     
    A decision regarding masks/PPE is expected to be shared with LPS families in early August.  LPS continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation, and remains in close contact with the Clay County Public Health Center and other local agencies.
     
     
     
     
     
     
    High Risk High Risk Populations
    All families and staff are encouraged to review the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) pertaining to high risk populations.  Any individual who may be considered to be at higher risk should consult with their physician to determine whether it is safe for them to participate in face-to-face instruction, or whether they are better suited to participate virtually.
     
     
     
     
     
    Daily Screening Daily Screening and Reporting
    District Staff
    Staff members will be required to complete a self-assessment prior to the start of each work day and be symptom-free of COVID-19.
    Students
    Families will be required to complete an assessment of their student prior to the start of each day and be symptom-free of COVID-19.
     
     
     
     
    Visitors Visitors and Vendors
    Additional information regarding our Return to Learn plans, including whether or not visitors and vendors will be allowed in our schools, will be shared in early August.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Cleaning Cleaning and Sanitization
    Before each day, our custodial staff will provide a thorough cleaning and sanitizing of all occupied spaces consistent with CDC guidance and LPS custodial protocols.  Throughout the day, custodial staff will clean and sanitize higher use areas at regular intervals. Buses will be sanitized and disinfected between routes.
     
     
     
     
     
     
    School Supplies School Supplies
    We will reduce sharing of school supplies.   Each student should have their own school supplies for their own personal use.   
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Large Gatherings Large Gatherings
    Additional information regarding our Return to Learn plans, including whether or not large gatherings will be allowed in our schools, will be shared in early August.