• Staff are to self-health screen for any COVID-19 symptoms prior to coming to any CCSD facilities. If there are any symptoms or concerns staff are to report them to their direct supervisor. They will not report to work until cleared by the supervisor and process outlined by these protocols.
  • Supervisors must contact HR to report any COVID-19 cases/symptoms/concerns. HR, in consultation with the nursing and health staff, will direct supervisors on the guidelines for any required quarantine time.
  • At the work site all personnel will fill out and sign a health screening form asking various questions related to COVID-19. Supervisors are also required acknowledge the form with their signature. This is done on a daily basis. If any symptoms or concerns of exposure to the virus are checked off. The onsite supervisor will not allow entry into the building. They will direct the employee to contact HR for further guidance. Nurses and the safety coordinator will be consulted and will provide recommendations via email to HR and the supervisor for further determination. All discussion regarding these matters will be documented via email and individual logs of applicable staff members.
  • Personnel will also get a temperature screening. The temperature will be recorded. If personnel is running a fever of a 100.4 or higher, entry will be denied and they will be directed to contact HR along with a physician.
  • Refusal to wear a face covering will result in non-entry into facility.
  • A log sheet containing names and times of personal entering the buildings will be kept for the purposes of contact tracing in the event of a positive case or outbreak. All information kept on this spreadsheet shall be kept confidential as required by law to protect privacy and sensitive health information.
  • Personal protective equipment will be readily accessible to all personal entering CCSD facilities. It will be in view and offered if needed.
  • The availability of PPE must be documented on the health screening form that PPE was offered and if it was taken by personnel.
  •  All personal entering CCSD facilities are required to wear a face covering while not in their personal work space.
  •  Hand sanitizer stations have been strategically placed throughout the building encouraging hand washing.
  • Bathrooms are also open for use of sinks etc.
  • All buildings have been marked with social distancing markers along with one-way directional traffic flow.
  • COVID-19 posters (Stop the Spread, Hand Washing, Face Coverings) are posted throughout the buildings encouraging healthy behavior to help stop the spread.
  • Thermometers have been supplied to every building site to include kitchens and maintenance.
  • Protocols are in place on the proper way to order PPE for each building.
  • Tracking PPE supplies is completed by utilizing this system.
  • Warehouse is responsible for taking and delivering orders as they receive them.
  • All personnel must enter into buildings where health screenings take place.
  • Stickers with days of the weeks are issued to employees who enter multiple buildings throughout their work day. The stickers indicate to building administrators that the employee has been health screened and only a temperature check along with documenting their presence in the building is needed. Stickers must be displayed where they are easily visible.
  • Additional cleaning/sanitizing protocols are in place to address high touch/high traffic areas.
  • Custodians have received training along with information on new products (Prevent X 24/7) used to combat COVID-19.
  • A cleaning log will document how many times the areas have been sanitized and cleaned. It will contain date, time and name of employee who cleaned/sanitized the room/area. This will be displayed on entry doors for easy access.
  • Logs will be pulled once a month and stored in the head custodian’s office.
  • Literature on new products have been emailed out to each building administrator to share with staff on Prevent X.
  • Disinfectant will be supplied in each classroom for staff to utilize when needed. Training and use of the disinfectant will be completed along with a signature form indicating they have received the training and understand how to use it.
  • Positive cases that occur in CCSD buildings/buses will be addressed following CDC, NM P.E.D. and the State of New Mexico’s guidelines.
  • Affected rooms/areas will be sealed off not allowing entry to anyone for a minimum of twenty-four (24) hours. Signage (No Entry) will be placed on the doors alerting personal/students not to enter. After 24 hours has passed, CCSD custodians will enter the room and disinfect the area with the approved EPA disinfecting products. Rooms will be reopened once disinfection takes place with the appropriate safe guards.
  • A hotline and hotlink will also be created and placed on the website for easy access for staff, parents and the community to communicate concerns and questions.
  • The website will have up to date information regarding safeguards and information related to COVID-19.
  • CCSD will continue to closely monitor and adhere to the New Mexico Department of Health along with the New Mexico Governor’s health orders.
  • CCSD is currently working with an app developer (Schoolinfo) to streamline the health screening process. The app will be downloadable through Apple, Android or windows stores. When downloaded the staff or student will select what school site they attend and answer a series of questions related to COVID-19. If they pass the health screening they will be issued a day pass good for eight (8) hours allowing them entry into their respective schools. If entry is denied a communication with the app’s server will alert the nurse and building administrator that someone has failed the health screening. A follow up call with the student or staff will take place. The app will communicate with Power School and alert staff members who take attendance if a student has not self-screened utilizing the app. We hope to get this out with-in the next few weeks.