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KDE Guidance COVID-19 Issued for Reopening –

Additional guidance will be provided throughout the summer. There will be a total of 16 guidance documents.

August 10Considerations for Library Media Centers

Considerations for Class Sizes in Virtual Programs and Courses

July 27: Considerations for Food Service Operations, Part II – Waivers for USDA School Meal Programs

July 24: Considerations for Reopening Schools - Flexibility for Assigning Staff in the COVID-19 Instructional Setting and Certification Reference Guide

July 21: Considerations for Reopening Schools - Guidance for School District Personnel Leave Options, 2020-2021 School Year and Commissioner's Memorandum on Emergency Leave

July 20: Considerations for Exceptional Learners and Preschool Students

Considerations for Compensatory Education and Extended School Year Services

Considerations for Daily Participation and Non-Traditional Instruction

July 13: Considerations for Academic Re-entry, Stage Two: Meeting Learners’ Academic Needs

July 6: Considerations for Reopening Schools: Workplace Health and Safety

June 29: Considerations for Reopening Schools: Facilities and Logistics

June 29: Considerations for Reopening Schools: Plan for Reopening Secondary Career and Technical Education (CTE) Facilities for Completion of Industry Certifications and Lab-Based Dual Credit Coursework

June 25: Considerations for Reopening Schools: Pupil Transportation

June 22: Considerations for Reopening Schools - Food Service Operations - USDA School Meal Programs

June 15: Considerations for Reopening Schools - Intermittent School Closures

June 8: Considerations for Reopening Schools - Alternative Learning Design Strategies

June 1: Considerations for Reopening Schools Evaluating Students’ Academic Readiness

June 1: Considerations for Reopening Schools Academic Re-entry, Stage One: Drafting an Adjusted Curriculum

May 26: Considerations for Reopening Schools Supporting Student and Staff Wellness

May 15: Considerations for Reopening Schools Initial Guidance for Districts and Schools