Return to In-Person - Hybrid Whole Core Class Instruction
What: On February 18, 2021, Lafayette Elementary School District will be returning to a Hybrid school model with some students attending school in the afternoon two-days a week and others choosing to stay full Distance Learning mode. Below you will find useful links and information related to our Return To School model.
Presentation: Principal Ann Kim held Q&A Townhall to help families understand what to expect during this next phase of instruction. Below is a link to her presentation.
IN-PERSON HEALTH SCREEN APP
Students returning on campus will be asked to go through a health screen each day they are scheduled to be in-campus. You should have received an email from the District regarding the Frontline Health Portal app screening. It's very simple but some setup is needed in order to begin.
1. You will need to go to Aeries to find your child's student ID. (Aeries is the District Student Registration portal how you set up your child each school year).
How do I find my student’s ID? You can find it in your Aeries Portal. On the left-hand side of your portal home page, click on “Student Info” and then “Demographics.” Then click on the “General” tab at the top. You should use the “Permanent ID” number.
If you need help logging on to Aeries submit a District Tech Ticket.
If you cannot access the portal you may download the form and fill out manually and bring it to school that day.
COVID19 TESTING FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF
What is Lafayette School District Covid19 Testing?
As part of our Return to School Covid19 process, Lafayette Unified School District has had to set up testing sites in their schools namely for their staff but made available to students as well.
Does my child HAVE to be tested?
No, testing is available as an optional feature for students. At this time, testing is for students (and staff) only. Not extended families.
Where are the test sites?
Staff AND student testing is available at Stanley, Burton Valley and Happy Valley. Staff testing is currently available at ALL of our district schools. You may book an appointment at any of those sites.
How do I book an appointment?
Sign-Up: You must sign-up via the online scheduler to make an appointment. The online scheduler will send reminders to each participant by email and text message 24 hours and 2 hours prior to the scheduled appointment. Currently, the calendar allows for four (4) appointments per time slot.
You must make an appointment as well as complete the required forms and provide a copy of the front and back of your insurance card (if you have insurance) to partake in this testing day.
On the day of the clinic, a nurse will ask for your completed paperwork and then will collect a nasal swab sample for the RT-PCR test. IT IS CRITICAL YOU BRING THE FOLLOWING FORMS ALREADY FILLED OUT ON TEST DAY (Otherwise testing may be delayed):
- Completed COVID-19 Patient Test Request Form
- Copy of the front and back of your insurance card, if you have insurance
After Testing: The sample(s) will be sent to the laboratory to process and results will be sent to Contra Costa County Health Services; individual participants will be able to access results through PMH Laboratory’s results portal. You will receive an email from PMH Laboratory within 3 business days from the date of the testing once your results are ready to be accessed.
No further actions will be required if the results are negative. If results are positive, a representative from the lab will contact you and a consultation can be scheduled with a lab scientist or doctor to review the results and next steps.
Booking an appointment?
Student and Staff testing is available at Stanley, Burton Valley and Happy Valley.
For additional questions email: firstname.lastname@example.org