Many have contacted us about concerns with reopening plans. We will try to update this pages as often as possible.
You can also check our Facebook page often to see updates.
Scott Bass sent the following email to all employees:
As we prepare for the start of school, the District remains committed to maintaining a safe and healthy workplace. To ensure a consistent process and intake of COVID-related requests for leaves of absence or accommodations, the Department of Human Resources will manage requests related to the following 3 issues:
- Individuals who are currently COVID-19 positive and are requesting leave of absence from work
- Individuals who suspect they may have or have been exposed to COVID-19 and will be tested or are currently awaiting results
- Individuals who are requesting an accommodation (example, a temporary alternative schedule) due to childcare locations being closed, someone living in the home is under a quarantine order, etc.….
We have created a process for these 3 scenarios, and accompanying forms. Individuals applying for any of these scenarios above will submit these requests through Adalia Medina-Graham or Dr. Suit per the normal leave process. Administrators or schools will not be handling these requests. Eligibility rules and official documentation of all requests will be required. Please read the form requirements carefully and follow all instructions.
Forms and fact sheets will be available on the link below. If you have questions, please reach out to Dr. Suit or HR directly.
If you have difficulties getting into the Staff Portal contact the Tech Help Desk at 772-564-3051 or click here
If you have questions about the paperwork, contact Dr. Edwina Suit 772-564-3195 or Adalia Medina-Graham 772-564-3001
Monday 7/6/2020: Letter to the School Board Chair
Florida Department of Health Updated information regarding COVID-19 cases in Florida
Florida Department of Education Information regarding school closings and guidance to superintendents
Florida's COVID-19 Data Map and Dashboard: Updated twice daily to track COVID-19 cases