COVID-19 Updates

OurLSPS COVID-19 Information 

Lake Shore Public Schools is committed to utilizing layered mitigation strategies to reduce the spread and potential exposure of COVID-19 while being responsive to community COVID levels, both spread increase and decrease.  The District will continue to work closely with the Macomb County Health Department, communicate known strategies for reducing risk and creating safer environments, as well as enforce all health orders.  Lake Shore will utilize and encourage multiple preventative measures while being prepared to institute increased measures if necessary. 

CDC Updates

Macomb County Health Department

Macomb County Health Department Return to School Toolkit

Guidelines for Quarantine After Exposure to COVID-19

Students and Staff with Symptoms of COVID-19 or Who Have Been Exposed to COVID-19

Students and Staff with Symptoms of COVID-19

Center for Disease Control

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services 

COVID-19 Self-Screening

Students and staff should utilize the daily health screening provided by the Macomb County Health Department.  Students and staff should not be reporting to school if they show symptoms of COVID-19.

Self Screening

Masks

Currently, face masks are recommended by the CDC, American Academy of Pediatrics, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, and the Macomb County Health Department for students, staff and visitors in school buildings while school is in session. Per the current CDC health order, they are required on all school busses.

Quarantine

Quarantine rules have been established by the Macomb County Health Department and will be enforced by Lake Shore Public Schools.  They are as follows:

Quarantine

Close Contact

Close contacts are defined as persons who have been within 6 feet of a probable or confirmed case of COVID-19 for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24 hour period.

Social Distancing

Social distancing and student spacing of greater than 3 feet will be utilized as much as possible.

Building Cleaning

Classrooms, hallways, common areas, bathrooms, cafeterias, busses, etc. will continue to utilize enhanced cleaning procedures established last year.  These include enhanced air filtration, disinfecting and antiviral misting, wiping down of frequent touch points, and hand sanitizing stations.

Case Notification

Notification of confirmed cases will be shared via SchoolMessenger and cumulative case counts will be posted daily to our website.

COVID Liaison/School Medical Assistants

Lake Shore will continue to employee medical assistants at each building and a COVID Liaison to assist families in COVID and health related matters.

COVID-19 Vaccine

All persons 12 years and older are encouraged to utilize the available vaccination as a means for immunizing individuals against COVID and minimizing its spread and impact. Please speak to your health care provider or the Macomb County Health Department for further information.

COVID-19 Reporting Tool

As directed by the Macomb County Health Department please maintain awareness of your health with respect to the list of common COVID-19 symptoms and stay home when ill; and Self-isolate and self-report if you are COVID-positive, exhibit symptoms of COVID-19, or have been in close contact with a person who is presumed-positive.

Michigan Department of Health   CDC   Macomb County  COVID Reporting 

Instruction

Virtual Learning Registration

Health and Safety

MiSafe Start Return to Learning Plan Summary
COVID-19 MCHD Return to School Toolkit
Responding to Cases of COVID-19 Among Students, Teachers and Staff
Flow Chart: Possible COVID-19 Cases: Teachers or Staff

School Age Child Care

School Age Child Care

Food Service

Food Service Information

Technology Support

Email our Help Desk for Support

Staff

MESSA COVID-19 Information Center
Essential and Standby Personnel
FFRCA Poster
FMLA Leave Expansion and Emergency Paid Sick Leave Policy
Flowchart
COVID Screener Link to Online Form
Contact COVID Support Liaison Karen Jones with Questions

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