Students enrolled in Epic Charter School will return to the classroom on Tuesday.
These sites will be cleaned daily and will be deep cleaned at least once a month and if someone tests positive for COVID-19. The requirement of masks for students is based on the advice of health officials however, they will be required for teachers in common areas at all times.
Parents are asked to screen their child at home before sending them to school to make sure they aren't seeing any symptoms. Arrows will be placed on the floor to help with physical distancing and all students will receive their own technology so they won't have to share with others.
Epic does have a plan in case a positive case happens, including quarantine for those who came into contact with the sick person. The district is reporting an increase in enrollment from last year and their numbers now approach 60,000 students.
The school says most of the new enrollments are COVID-19 related.