In alignment with public health recommendations, NMSBVI is taking measures to prevent community spread of COVID-19, which includes undertaking enhanced cleaning and disinfection procedures. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has recommended enhanced cleaning and disinfection procedures for schools to follow during the COVID-19 public health situation.
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The following requirements are based upon New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s Executive Orders, New Mexico Department of Health Orders, CDC Best Practices, and practicing good common sense during a pandemic. As a general note, these conditions and requirements listed are only to be followed during the time the pandemic is in existence.
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Beginning Monday, August 3, all staff will be required to take a COVID19 screening and take their own temperatures prior to coming onto campus using our Dr. Owl link below. If you have any symptoms, please stay home and contact your supervisor.
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Employees working remotely are expected to work their normal shift hours and request and report leave as normal according to their departmental procedures.
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As we prepare for reentry next month in a remote model, both NM Public Education Department (PED) and NM Early Childhood Education & Care Department (ECECD) are working together to provide technical assistance and resources to all school districts and charter schools as they support their students’ families, and their educators, in accessing child care and child supervision programs during remote and hybrid models.
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The NMRECA (New Mexico Regional Education Cooperatives Association) is working with New Mexico Public Education Department and the New Mexico Early Childhood Education & Care Department to assist families in finding available Child care services while schools are operating in a remote or hybrid environment.
Interested in becoming a Temporary Friends, Family and Neighbor Child care provider? You may be eligible to receive Child care assistance funding.
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In alignment with public health recommendations, NMSBVI is taking measures to prevent community spread of COVID-19, which includes undertaking enhanced cleaning and disinfection procedures. NMSBVI has put into place procedures that match or go above the CDC and DOH recommendations.
Click here to download a Word Document NMSBVI School entry safety and Cleaning Procedure