School Type: Private School
1st – 3rd Grade (mixed class)
1st – 2nd Grade (mixed class)
3rd – 6th Grade (mixed class)
4th – 6th Grade (mixed class)

92 students returning in elementary – 4 classroom to reopen
38 Staff on campus (9 teachers in elementary, 25 in toddler & preschool, 4 administrators)

Date of Reopening: October 20, 2020
Date of Submission: October 20, 2020

COVID-19 liaison:
Lindsay Neumiller
School Director
[email protected]

Nicole Chan
Office Manager
[email protected]

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MSF’s Elementary Reopening Protocols and Plan of Action

Social Distancing Protocol

Cloth Face Covering / Face Shields

Class Dynamic


Snack and Lunch


Coat Racks

Classroom Shoes



Screening Methods



1. Staff will conduct symptom check within the last 24 hours by asking parent/guardian regarding the child. – If the answer to any of the symptom is YES child will be sent home (see requirements below to return to childcare) Symptoms include: Fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea

2. Staff will conduct visual inspection of the child for sign of illness – MSF will send a child home if the child looks ill when they arrive, even if the parent says the child has no symptoms. This could include flushed cheeks, rapid breathing or difficulty breathing (without recent physical activity), fatigue, or extreme fussiness.

3. Staff will conduct temperature check using a non-touch thermometer. – If the child has a fever of 100F or higher, child will not be allowed to attend school and must adhere to school’s protocol (see requirements below to return to childcare).

If a child develops new symptoms or catches fever of 100F while in school, send the child home immediately.

- Bring the child to the isolation room and call parents for immediate pickup. A staff member must be with the child while in facility. Staff must wear all possible protective equipment and must maintain 6ft. apart.

Once the child gets picked up parents will be instructed to contact their regular doctor or clinic and consider a test for COVID-19

Requirements to Return


CDC requirements to reopen:

Guidance for Childcare Programs Remaining Open:

Hand washing posters for staff bathrooms:

Alameda County School Reopening Plans

ACPHD daily screening guideline

MSF School Reopening Checklist PDF