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Once the school year begins, all students, staff, and faculty will be required to complete a mandatory daily health check.  These protocols will be based on the most up-to-date medical information provided by the CDC and state and local agencies.

Faculty and staff are expected to take their temperature daily before coming to campus. Students will have their temperature taken as they enter school.  Any staff or student with a temperature above 100.4 degrees, will not be allowed on campus.

If students or staff have any of the symptoms associated with COVID-19 including fever, shortness of breath, muscle aches, sore throat, unexplained loss of taste or smell, diarrhea or headache or if you believe you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, please do not come to school until you contact your healthcare provider.

The earliest a person can come back to school, even if  fever-free after the first three days, is 14 days. This time could be extended if a person's fever remains or symptoms do not improve. 



  • Each morning, students will enter the building beginning at 7:15am through the gymnasium lobby doors. 
  • Seven physically distanced chutes/lines will be established in the gymnasium (one for each grade level). 
  • Each student will have his or her temperature checked and recorded by a staff member.
  • Students will then proceed DIRECTLY to their 1st period classroom. 
  • Administrators, staff, and faculty will be located throughout the building to keep the traffic flow moving and reduce congregating in the hallways. 
  • Students with an elevated temperature will be escorted to the balcony area in the gymnasium and parents will be contacted to pick them up. 



    While drop off and pick up plans are still being finalized, K-5 students will be dropped off (probably alphabetically so families can be dropped off together) on both sides of the school building between 7: 25 a.m. and 7: 45 a.m. with students either lining up on the playground or in the gymnasium. 

    • Teachers will meet their students and do temperature checks.
    • Students with elevated temperatures will be escorted to the sick room (the library) to wait for a parent/guardian to pick them up.
    • Due to the issue of parents giving their children fever reducing medicine and still sending them to school, there will be times when a mid-day temperature check will take place.
    • Preschool will have an 8 a.m.  drop off to keep cohorts separate and to also alleviate traffic at drop off time.  Temperatures will be taken upon student arrival and again at lunch time.
    • Digital touchless thermometers to be used at both campuses.
    • Most importantly, all staff and students will be expected to stay home if they feel sick, exhibit any sort of symptoms or have been exposed to the Covid-19 virus.



    Invariably, despite all best efforts, students will become sick during the school day. We have designated space at both campuses to isolate students who become ill during the school day. All spaces allow for supervision, but keeps sick students away from the rest of the school population until they can be picked up by a parent or guardian.

    We are currently working on protocols for if and when students, staff or family members test positive for the Covid-19 virus. The Kenosha Health Department will be actively involved in both creating and implementing these protocols, as they will look different depending on the circumstances.

    Lower Campus

    7207 14th Ave
    Kenosha, WI 53143
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    Upper Campus

    2401 69th St
    Kenosha, WI 53143
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