What Happens If...

What Could Cause our District to Pivot Between Instructional Environments?

REGIONAL METRICS

   

DISTRICT RESPONSE 

State Directed Mitigation

  • Sustained increase in 7-day rolling average (7 out of 10 days) in the positivity rate

AND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:

  • Sustained 7-day increase in hospital admissions for COVID-19 like illness
  • Reduction in hospital capacity threatening surge capabilities (ICU capacity or medical/surgical beds under 20%)
 
 

OR

State Directed Mitigation

  • Three consecutive days averaging greater than or equal to 8% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)
Review county and district information as per the District Level Mitigation response (below) 

COUNTY METRICS

   

DISTRICT RESPONSE

District Level Mitigation

  • Incidence Rate greater than 14 per 100,000 (County) for 7 or more consecutive days OR Three consecutive days averaging greater than or equal to 8% positivity rate (County)
  • Diagnostic testing turn-around time exceeding 10 days for 7 or more consecutive days
 
 

OR

District Level Mitigation

  • *Identified Outbreak(s) across the district

*An identified outbreak may cause an adaptive pause at the district, school, grade, or classroom level

Review county and district information as per the District Level Mitigation response (below)

DISTRICT METRICS

   

DISTRICT RESPONSE

District Level Mitigation

MORE THAN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:

  • Incidence Rate greater than 14 per 100,000 (County) for 7 or more consecutive days OR Three consecutive days averaging greater than or equal to 8% positivity rate (County)
  • Incidence Rate greater than 1.4 per 10,000 (Zip Code) for 7 or more consecutive days
  • Diagnostic testing turn-around time exceeding 10 days for 7 or more consecutive days

 

OR

District Level Mitigation

ANY OF THE FOLLOWING

  • Three consecutive days averaging greater than or equal to 8% positivity rate (Zip Code)
  • Inability to sustain staffing directly associated with classrooms
  • Inadequate access to PPE and cleaning materials

  • Inability to sustain ever-changing health protocols and guidance

  • *Identified Outbreak(s) across the district

    *An identified outbreak may cause an adaptive pause at the district, school, grade, or classroom level 

  • The tiered mitigation chart below will be used to help determine the district response.
  • Superintendent discussion with the Lake County Health Department
  • The district will call the Health and Wellness Team to review data and potential projections from the Health Department
  • The administrative team will meet to consider any recommendations of the Lake County Health Department and District 95’s Health & Wellness Team
  • The Superintendent will provide the Board President with a final recommendation regarding a proposed learning environment and associated timeline. This information will be communicated to staff and the greater learning community