Seneca Valley Health and Safety Plan for Return to School Overview
The members of the Seneca Valley School Board of Directors approved the 2020-21 Seneca Valley Health and Safety Plan for Return to School on Monday, July 20, 2020. An updated plan was approved in August and again in September.
The plan was developed to serve as our guideline for all reopening activities and takes into consideration the unique needs of our school community. As part of this planning, we sought feedback and input from various stakeholder groups across the District. The District’s plan also incorporates guidance released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Pennsylvania Department of Health (PADoH), and the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
Seneca Valley is mindful that there are no strategies that can completely eliminate the transmission risk of COVID-19 within a school population. However, our goal is to employ as many measures as possible to minimize the risk while continuing school academics and activities. Seneca Valley will continue to monitor the Health and Safety Plan throughout the year and will update the plan as needed. All revisions will be reviewed and approved by the Seneca Valley School Board of Directors.
To view the plan in its entirety or to see the plan broken down in segments, please view the pages listed in the column on the left (or in the drop down menu above if using a mobile device).