Return to Learn Plan for Religious Education
St Paul's is excited to begin another year of Religious Ed with our students and their families.
Of course due to the pandemic there will be some changes to our procedures. These are subject to change and are communicated with everyone's safety and health in mind.
Thank you for your support and understanding.
The Scott County Health Department, Iowa Department of Health, CDC and Diocese of Davenport have continued to emphasize the best ways to minimize risk:
To keep our students, catechists and staff safe, we all need to work together keeping the greater good of our community ahead of our personal preferences during this time. We need to take care of our brothers and sisters in Christ.
Learning Plan for Religious Ed classes
St. Paul the Apostle is offering the following choices for students and families enabling them to choose the formatls they feel is best for their family:
We will not meet the 4th Wednesday of every month
** If necessary, we are capping classes for the 2020-2021 school year to keep class size smaller. **
Notification of Cases in the school
a case in your child's classroom you will be made aware.
Classroom Set Up and Cleaning
Drop off and pick up
As in years past we ask that parents drop off and pick up students either on the West Playground or
South Side of Rusholme Street, allowing children to use sidewalks to enter the building's main doors and then to exit and access your cars.
In years past we have asked that 151 and 2nd grade parents bring their children to their classroom and come in to pick them up as well. This year we ask that you walk them to or wait for them outside the main entrance and wait for the teacher to let them in/out.
If for some reason you need to access the building, please contact Jen at 563.505.3509 and wear a mask upon entrance.
More Information on COVD-19
COVID Exposures and Illness
Below is the guidance from the Scott County Health Department regarding symptoms, exposure and quarantine guidance.
COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Infected people have had a wide range of symptoms reported -from mild symptoms to severe illness.
Look for emergency warning signs for COVID-19. If someone is showing any of these signs, seek emergency medical care immediately:
Exposure/Quarantine Guidance from the Scott County Health Department
Who Needs to Quarantine?
People who have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19-excluding people who have had COVID-19 within the past 3 months.
What counts as close contact?
Stay home and monitor your health
If there is a possibility of exposure to COVID-19 please err on the side of caution. We need your help to keep COVID-19 out of the school!
If you think or know you had COVID-19, and had symptoms you can be around others after: