As COVID-19 cases surge once again across the U.S. and Canada, schools continue to scramble to develop plans to keep students and faculty safe. The following tips can help these educators develop flexible strategies for keeping the virus out of our schools.
Add More Classroom Space – Portable classrooms can quickly be installed anywhere on campus to add extra space for social distancing and growing class sizes as some schools transition to in-person or hybrid learning.
Install Sanitation Stations – At the entrance of classrooms and inside common areas, set up sanitation stations on a table or movable cart that has hand sanitizer, extra masks, and a waste bin to dispose any used masks.
Reorganize Your Classroom – By reorganizing storage and other items in your classroom, you can quickly free up more space for social distancing. Find more tips on reorganizing here.
Install Additional Space for Common Areas – Common areas, such as school lunchrooms to break rooms, will need extra space to help students and staff maintain at least 6 feet of CDC recommended social distance. Easily add mobile offices or classrooms to create more space.
Divide Work Areas – For school administrators, it’s important to divide workspaces to help keep staff members safe and socially distanced by adding barriers or installing individual workstations.