Kansas Doctors School Gating Criteria (8.11.2020, pptx)
KSDE “FAQs on Executive Order 20-59” (8.6.2020)
KASB Roadmap to Reopening Framework (7.15.2020, pdf)
CDC Interim Considerations for Testing for K12 Administrators and Public Health Officials (10.13.2020)
CDC Guidance “How COVID-19 Spreads” updated 10.5.2020
UPDATED 9.15.2020: CDC “Indicators for Dynamic School Decision-Making“
- NEW: NSBA Legal Guide to Operating Schools in the Pandemic Era (7.19.2020, pdf)
- 052220 Addendum: Legal Guide COVID-19: Preparing for Widespread Illness in your School Community (pdf)
- LEGAL GUIDE COVID-19: Preparing for Widespread Illness in your School Community
National School Public Relations Association
AASA-The School Superintendents Association
Other National Resources
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Resources from U.S. Department of Education include guidance for elementary and secondary schools and higher education.
- COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”) Information and Resources for Schools and School Personnel
- Student Data Privacy During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- FERPA and Virtual Learning
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
HELPING STUDENTS COPE
- World Health Organization
- National Association of School Psychologists
Families First Coronavirus Response Act
Direct URL https://www.dol.gov/agencies/whd/pandemic
- July 17, 2020 Roadmap to Reopening Framework discussion (KASB YouTube)
- July 17, 2020 Roadmap to Reopening Framework PPT
- Joint letter to Congress on funding priorities due to COVID-19
- KASB Federal Advocacy Topics page
- Visit the KASB YouTube Channel for additional updates and information.
- Members of the KASB Legal Assistance Fund, please log into the LAF member portal to access additional resources.
- QUICK START GUIDE for KASB Member Portal (pdf)
STATEMENTS AND MEDIA RELEASES
STATE RESOURCES WEBSITES
KANSAS STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES AND SUPPORT
K12itc, a KASB Prestigious Partner and leader in providing technology solutions for school districts, compiled a list of resources and services that may be of use to school districts implementing remote learning. Many of the resources are free.
When communicating with employees, students and families about Coronavirus, here are a few helpful key messages and tips to keep in mind:
- The priority is the health and safety of students and employees.
- Schools work closely with public health officials and rely heavily on their guidance because they are the experts.
- Local and state health departments are the best resources for current information about Coronavirus.
- Emphasize what is known at the time of the communication.
- Include the date/time in all communications, including social media posts, because information can change quickly.
- Include best hygiene practices in communications.
- Create a web page that can be easily updated to links with the most current information from reliable sources, including the local and state health departments and the Centers for Disease Control.
- The best way to combat rumors and speculation is easy access to reliable information.