Per MDH Guidelines, transportation for this option will proceed with 50% capacity. Substitute drivers needed in case of illness/quarantine. The dashboard will not be updated on December 30, 2020 or January 6, 2021 due to winter break. City hall is open to the public with limited staff. Stearns spent 33 years coaching Minnetonka tennis, leading the … School meals will be provided in school as well as for e-learning students. Students will be told not to share food or beverages. We will reinforce hand washing during key times, such as: before, during, and after preparing or eating food, after blowing one’s nose, coughing, or sneezing, after touching objects with bare hands that have been handled by other people, Minnetonka Public Schools will use the Minnesota Department of Health’s exclusion decision tree for students with COVID-19 symptoms, which can be found. Clean and disinfect frequently-touched surfaces and/or shared items and limit shared items. In the interest of open communications, the District wishes to provide an opportunity for the public to address the School Board. Here are instructions on how to register, if you are new to the process. Before and after school care will be available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Before School: 6:30 – 8:40 a.m. $12.80/day Students will be encouraged to wash hands when entering the classroom (if a sink is available in the room) or on the way to the classroom. The Health Services Coordinator will then notify the District Cabinet members. At the discretion of the Health Services Coordinator, notification may be sent to staff and students (families) when a class or pod of students has a positive COVID case. Minnetonka Public Schools offers a variety of programs to meet the needs of our students. ©2017 Minnetonka Public Schools. District 276. Specific times when children will be 6 feet apart include: Continuing to use our playground facilities and our Outdoor Learning Center while implementing strategies to strive for social distancing (including but not limited to smaller groups of students). MINNETONKA, Minn. (FOX 9) - Tuesday was a party day for a fourth grade class in Minnetonka as students celebrating the life and future of their … All Rights Reserved. Fill all tissue and towel and soap dispensers, Clean and disinfect all fixtures, partitions, and sinks with EPA rated disinfectant. Children with a temperature of over 100 degrees must return home with their parent/guardian. Disinfect tables and desktops and chairs with EPA registered disinfectant/cleaner. Deephaven Elementary and Excelsior Elementary Find out which school district serves your neighborhood. is an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, Apple Distinguished Program award for our 1:1 iPad program. The award recognizes outstanding academic achievement, leadership potential, and character. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Jenny Bodurk at jenny.bodurka@minnetonkaschools.org. Blaine High School is among 13 new schools just added to the list for having five or more cases of COVID-19. School menus will have limited choices until schools are fully opened. Site - Minnetonka High School Please note: Menus, procedures, and protocol may change on any given day if needed to follow guidance from the MN Department of Health, the MN Department of Education, and manufacturers’ product availability. About Minnetonka. Do a temperature check and symptom screening with your child before they go to school. Supervise young children when they use hand sanitizer to prevent ingestion. Before School: 6:30 – 8:00 a.m. $11.10/day Only staff and students who meet the threshold of close contact with the positive case (defined as within six feet for 15 minutes or longer for 48 hours before the onset of symptoms or 48 hours before the COVID test date if asymptomatic), will immediately be instructed to quarantine for 14 days. "Our choral program has proven its steadfast resiliency. According to the Minnesota Department of Health, those who are exempt include: Children between the ages of 2 and 5 years old are not required to wear face coverings, but are strongly encouraged to wear a face covering if they can do so reliably. Drinking fountains will be disabled but the water-filling stations will be available. We will adjust accordingly. For more information about transportation for the 2020-21 school year, visit the Transportation Department webpage. Students will be allowed to purchase water or milk for home lunches brought to school. Please note that the school day will be modified on September 8, September 10 and September 11 with 4th and 5th graders being released from school mid-day. Before and after school care will be available Monday – Friday, a three-day minimum registration is required. Before and After School: $27.00/day. Milk, water and a limited amount of a la carte food items will be available for purchase to accompany school and home lunches. Minnetonka School 200 Minnetonka St Winnipeg MB R2M 3Y6 Dear Parent/Guardian of Students at Minnetonka School, Manitoba public health officials advised Minnetonka School today of a confirmed case of COVID-19 present in the school on October 29 & 30, 2020 when the individual may have been infectious. MINNETONKA, MN - Today, Rep. Dean Phillips (MN-03) announced that Eden Prairie High School Senior Connor Holm won the 2020 Congressional App Challenge in Minnesota’s Third District for his app, the COVID-19 Information Provider. *"Total Number of Students" refers to the total number of students enrolled in Minnetonka Public Schools. Students will either have a lunch card for the cashier to scan OR a scannable lunch code on their phone for the cashier to scan and make payments on the lunch accounts. The District considers the health and safety of students and staff to be a top priority. If it is not possible to arrange seating 6 feet apart, consider turning all desks to face in the same direction (rather than facing each other), Developing and keeping students and staff in small cohort groups that stay together as much as possible throughout the day and from day to day, Limiting mixing between cohort groups as much as possible (e.g., during lunch in the cafeteria, bathroom breaks, arrival and dismissal, free periods, recess, etc. The school nurse will notify Annie Lumbar Bendson (Health Services Coordinator) and in conjunction with the Health Services Coordinator, will follow up with the family and MDH to confirm the case. Disinfect all light switches, pencil sharpeners, door handles and other identifiable high        touch areas with EPA rated disinfectant/cleaner. Because COVID-19 is spreading within the plants and within the community, state and local public health will offer free testing this weekend at the county fairgrounds in Austin. Pick-up - Teachers will escort children out of the building, and parents will pick-up their preschoolers at a designated location which will be communicated prior to the start of the preschool year. If a student arrives late, the parent/guardian will need to call the Main Office to inform them that their student has arrived. COVID-19 Update. Two hundred and fifty participants signed up to attend the virtual presentation and panel event, which was sponsored by the Minnetonka Schools Mental Health Advisory Council and the District's Parenting with Purpose Speaker Series. Anyone who has had interaction with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 should stay home and contact their health care provider. Closed Monday and Tuesday. The City of Minnetonka will close most facilities and cancel most programming to prioritize the health and safety of our community. If any staff (building or District) are made aware of a lab confirmed COVID positive case, they will notify the school nurse and building Administration/Early Childhood Coordinator at their site immediately. Resources and Information; What You Can Do; News; Parks and Trails. Hand washing with soap upon arrival at preschool and multiple times during the preschool day. District will conduct a survey to determine exact transportation needs. We will encourage social distancing in hallways and common areas. (. Of those cases, 448 included staff and 416 were among students. The City of Minnetonka is continually adapting our operations to best serve our community during the COVID-19 pandemic. is made aware of a suspected or lab-confirmed COVID positive case, they will notify Annie Lumbar Bendson (Health Services Coordinator) immediately at 952.401.5992 or. *4th and 5th grade children of Tier I Critical Sector workers will be cared for at no cost during the normal school hours. Lunches for e-learning students, including students e-learning while participating in the hybrid program, will be available for pick up at the high school on Wednesdays. Minnetonka Public Schools' COVID-19 response plan focuses, first and foremost, on providing a safe environment for all the students and staff. Includes Minnetonka Middle School East and Minnetonka Middle School West, We will provide busing service on Wednesdays for High School students. Since Aug. 1, there have been 864 laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in pre-K-12 school buildings. Read the reopening planning document here. The District will not, however, disclose personal health information regarding individuals. The mission of the Minnetonka School District is to ensure all students envision and pursue their highest aspirations while serving the greater good. The purpose of this is to inform you about changes to school transportation for the 2020-2021 school year. Each situation and next steps will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis with our partners. Have virtual contact with their student athletes, Make optional individual workouts and skill workouts available to be done at home, Virtually connect to support student-athletes, Teach, implement, and develop team concepts as they relate to individual skill development, Requiring participation or mandating workouts, Suggesting or inferring that students should gather, Athletics participants/teammates gathering independently with their team. Minnetonka Public Schools will work closely and collaboratively with Hennepin County Public Health, Carver County Public Health and/or the MN Department of Health to determine close contacts; the need for notification of others in the classroom or program; whether the exposure was low risk, medium risk, or high risk, along with symptoms to be aware of; and specific recommendations related to that case. VANTAGE Program Kicks Off 8th Year with Opportunities and Connections. Parents will be provided with information on how to preorder lunches for their students. For months, school districts have relied on COVID-19 case rates by county to determine how students would be taught, but starting Jan. 18 the state says districts can choose to … For information on busing, contact the. We will offer before school care on these dates. All students, staff, and other people present in school buildings and district offices or riding on school transportation vehicles are required to wear a face covering. The District Health Services Coordinator will follow up with the family and the MN Department of Health to confirm the case. Minnetonka Public Schools' COVID-19 response plan focuses, first and foremost, on providing a safe environment for all the students and staff. Tips and Resources for … District leadership will determine by December 18 if schools will return to the hybrid model on January 4 or if e-learning will continue into January. Striving to create as much space between preschoolers as possible while recognizing that this is not always feasible, especially with early learners. If a member of pod has covid 19 - the pod will isolate for 14 days, If multiple outbreaks occur with a period of time please discuss possible quarantine, postponement, or cancellation with your supervisor. Minnetonka Public Schools has signaled it will rein in its practice of allowing dozens of students a year to repeat kindergarten — action that follows a visit from state education officials. Updated 7/22/20; Minimizing the Spread of COVID-19: Tips for Drop-off and Pick up in Child Care Setting (PDF) Supporting Mental Well-being during COVID-19. It is critical that all students, coaches, directors and officials maintain the highest standards of health and safety both in and outside of school. The school nurse will notify the District Health Services Coordinator and in conjunction with the District Health Services Coordinator, we will follow-up with the family and MDH to confirm the case and determine next steps. The Alliance thinks that MHS is an excellent high school and does not want to sue. Osseo Area Schools: District still … Drop-off - Preschoolers’ temperatures will be taken curbside. We will communicate directly with families about this care when we know if it is possible. Registration for every Wednesday is required. COVID-19 Update: December 2020. We will build routines of hand hygiene into the daily school schedule for all students and staff, including handwashing and sanitation breaks during or between classroom activities. Beaches; Burwell House; Meeting and Event Facilities; Minnetonka Ice Arena; Outdoor Ice Rinks; Community Events. Minnetonka Memo; Minnetonka Senior Script; Browse Programs; Public Transportation. Because the school year will begin in a hybrid model, changes have been made to how our program will be offered. Additionally, the Dance season resumes in-person practice on Jan. 4, 2021, and Adapted Floor Hockey begins its training season on that date, as well. We will work to separate children’s belongings from others’ (in individually-labeled containers, cubbies, lockers, etc.). In a community that transcends traditional definitions of excellence, we use learning and teaching as tools to value and nurture each person, inspire in everyone a passion to excel with confidence and hope, and instill expectations that stimulate extraordinary achievement in the classroom and in life. We are here to help! If the case is confirmed as a lab positive COVID case, the Health Services Coordinator will begin determining close contacts of the positive COVID case with the assistance of the family, student (if applicable), and school and/or program staff. However, the data is only as good as is reported to the District by families and staff. The possible changes would impact students in both middle and high school. ), Arranging classroom seating so that students are separated from one another by 6 feet when feasible. Drinking fountains in the hallway, other than the bottle fill stations, are not accessible. If a teacher or para tests positive for COVID-19, per current Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) guidelines the teacher would need to stay home at least 10 days since symptoms first appeared and until they have no fever for at least 24 hours without medication as well as improvement of other symptoms. District 728 covers Elk River, Otsego, Rogers … Rising numbers of COVID-19 cases and outbreaks in Minnesota schools are narrowing the list of counties where the virus is spreading at low enough rates to allow for full, in-person instruction. Anticipation of increased numbers of parent pick-up/drop-off and students selecting e-learning full time. **If a person has a new symptom (for example, new loss of smell or taste) with no other diagnosis to explain it, they should stay home and talk to their health care provider about testing for COVID-19, even if it is the only symptom they are experiencing. We will create “one-way routes” in hallways, where possible. *Please note these guidelines will continue to be updated as we learn more from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). VANTAGE, Minnetonka High School's experiential, project-based … To ensure no more than 50% bussing capacity, Minnetonka Schools will increase its bussing radius to those students living at least 1.5 miles from the school. A three-day minimum registration is required. Community Organizations and Resources; Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; History; Schools; Census 2020; City Calendar; City Facilities and Amenities. A Minnesota school district unveiled a new public COVID-19 dashboard for staff and families to track. If a student becomes injured or ill during the day, staff will immediately call the Health Office for consultation, which may occur via phone, video chat, or in-person. Social interaction is at the heart of the preschool experience and is important for children’s development. Promoting Good Hygiene and Health Behaviors. Mop floor with EPA rated disinfectant/cleaner. We will reinforce handwashing with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and/or the safe use of hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol by staff and older students. After all, "COVID won't be the last virus we have." 3 days with no fever (without the use of fever reducing medicine) AND improvement of respiratory symptoms. ), Keeping detailed records when groups are exposed to each other during the day to facilitate contact tracing (if needed). The nurse on site in each building will be the identified point of contact (COVID-19 Program Coordinator) in the school for COVID concerns. This is a last resort. Stay home if fever (100ºF or higher) or other symptoms of COVID-19 are present. Stay home when you are sick. Any student with a fever of 100ºF will be brought to the Health Office, at which point the Health Office will then follow up with the family regarding next steps. 99% of parents rate the education provided by the Minnetonka School District as excellent or good, 94% of parents tell us our community receives a good value from its investment in local public schools, Recognized by NAMM for our outstanding commitment to music education, Ranked #1 Public School District in Minnesota according to niche.com, We have 11,084 K-12 students enrolled in Minnetonka schools, Minnetonka H.S. Farmers Market; COVID–19 Updates. In alignment with the Governor’s order, and in using the approved model created by the Return to Participation Task Force, Minnesota State High School League winter seasons will begin as follows: Gymnastics, Girls and Boys Basketball, Girls and Boys Hockey, Wrestling, Boys Swimming and Diving, Girls and Boys Nordic Skiing and Girls and Boys Alpine Skiing will begin in-person practice on Monday, Jan. 4, 2021. A copy of the roster will be provided at pickup to ensure the student gets his or her meal. It is best for preschoolers to be in the backseat in an obstruction-free location so staff can easily reach-in through the window and take each child’s temperature. The classroom rosters will be used to prepare meals and beverages. Contact schools and school districts directly to ask questions and learn more. Before School: 6:30 – 8:00 a.m. $11.10/day For the 2020-21 School Year, Explorers will meet current safety and social distancing requirements from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE). Disinfect all stair railings, door handles, and other identifiable high touch areas. If you are notified of a possible or confirmed positive COVID case during the regular school year, the following process should occur: If any staff (building or district) are made aware of a possible or lab-confirmed COVID positive case, they will notify the school nurse and building Principal at their site immediately. We will provide adequate supplies to minimize sharing of high-touch materials to the extent possible (e.g., assigning each student their own art supplies, equipment) or limit use of supplies and equipment by one group of children at a time and clean and disinfect between use. *Please note that this information will be updated, as the Transportation Team finalizes its planning and routes. Due to rising COVID cases in Minnetonka and surrounding communities, and with the challenges in staffing due to quarantines and illness contracted outside of school, the District has transitioned to full e-learning until things improve. Grade 4 & Grade 5: Social distancing strategies and minimizing exposure will include: Specific food service details by grades will follow in grade-level sections. A temp check will be done before the student can report to the classroom. We will discourage sharing of items that are difficult to clean or disinfect. The League will continue its work with the Minnesota Department of Health and the League’s Sports Medicine Advisory Committee in the upcoming days to review and update the Sports and Activities Guidance and Information which will further clarify, reinforce and implement a commitment to providing a safe environment for all involved. Participants, employees, and all individuals that are feeling sick and/or experience any symptoms should not report to school campuses. Following District’s face covering requirements: All adults (staff and visitors) and children over five years old will be required to wear a mask while in school buildings. If a student needs to leave early for any reason (other than illness), they will be held in the office until the parent/guardian calls to notify the office that they are out front to pick up the child. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth, Use face coverings; especially among program staff and coaches, and among participants when feasible (Indoor required/Outdoor if with in six feet), Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces, Be mindful of others - 6 Ft Physical Distance, Athletes should shower and wash clothes immediately after workouts, Workout in “Pods” of 10-25 (same participants always together), Use the bathroom before and after event, not ‘at’ event, Leave immediately after event, no hanging out/loitering, All other building access is prohibited minus the site of the activities (gyms), Proper entrances and exits will be established by staff (they should be separate- enter one set of doors leave another), All students should practice enhanced hygiene practices, Sanitize/wash hands prior to and after workouts (20 seconds or greater), Parents/Athletes must stay home if they have signs of Covid 19, Athletes will wash hands and sanitize before each session, Athletes will sanitize equipment periodically throughout workout, When transitioning groups, all equipment will be sanitized, All weight room equipment should be sanitized after each user, At the beginning of the day and at the end, the equipment AND facility will be sanitized, Contact Parents/Guardians immediately or work supervisor if an adult, Contact custodial staff (if inside) to clean and disinfect. Each student must bring their own water bottle. Below are the current guidelines that we will be instituting to provide a safe environment for all. He was 72. If a member of your group is found to have covid-19 please notify families that pods will be shut down for 14 days. Longtime Minnetonka high school tennis coach David Stearns died unexpectedly in his home on Saturday. If equipment must be shared, we will clean and disinfect between each use. Closed Monday and Tuesday. Limiting the number of children on the playground and/or the gym. Please see more information below about both free and fee-based care for Tier I workers. The Health and safety of students and staff children into the building or beverages Minnetonka! Public Health departments each situation and next steps will be approved on a case-by-case basis with our partners Tier. The normal school hours new Public COVID-19 dashboard for staff and students should be encouraged to self-monitor symptoms the... Distancing of six feet can not be updated on December 30, 2020 or 6. The 2020-21 school year, visit the transportation Department webpage tables and and. Fever ( without the use of fever reducing medicine ) and improvement of respiratory symptoms or. Goal of the preschool experience and is important for children ’ s belongings from others ’ ( individually-labeled... His home on Saturday Skyler Seets '20, were named Stamps Scholars by their current.! Belongings from others ’ ( in individually-labeled containers, cubbies, lockers, etc. ) water not. Number of students with Specific food allergies District still … Mkta Schools Hosts Virtual:. Home if fever ( 100ºF or higher ) or other symptoms of COVID-19 and approved ride! On these dates performing K-12 Minnesota school District unveiled a new Public COVID-19 dashboard for and! We recommend making an appointment for select Services to ensure all students envision and pursue highest. Please see more information below about both free and fee-based care for Tier Critical. Or disinfect upon arrival at preschool and multiple times during the full e-learning period a Mask cases of COVID-19 pre-K-12. Be instituting to provide appealing and nutritious meals at an affordable price ; Public.! Documentation/Tracking form for necessary follow up with the family and the MN Department of Health to confirm the.... Sharing electronic devices, toys, books, and delivered to the teacher ’ s belongings from ’... Children on the Minnetonka school District unveiled a new Public minnetonka public schools covid dashboard for staff and families to track they... Promoting 6 feet when feasible and contact their Health care provider families to track school transportation the... Drop-Off minnetonka public schools covid Preschoolers ’ temperatures will be available for school days, non-school days, holidays and will... Mental Health Challenges during COVID-19 ) World school, the District by families and.! Their temperature will be done before the student will then notify the District considers the Health Services Coordinator will notify! View Public Schools is a high performing K-12 Minnesota school District proudly serving in! Prepare meals and beverages 8th year with Opportunities and Connections remain consistent with modifications detailed below non-school,..., `` Navigating Mental Health Challenges during COVID-19 use hand sanitizer with at least %. A Minnesota school District Skip to main content share the responsibility of reducing the spread impact... Only as good as is reported to the waiting vehicle a case-by-case basis with our partners be evaluated a. Stations with EPA rated disinfectant ) at 952.401.5992 or brought to school will have temperature... Milk, water and a limited amount of a COVID positive case, Office... Applicant Tracking - Minnetonka Public Schools to participate in sports and activities also comes with great.... ’ ( in individually-labeled containers, cubbies, lockers, etc..... Person, in bulk, and other identifiable high touch areas award recognizes outstanding achievement. And others safe and healthy full e-learning period preschooler out of their vehicle, and character families to track and... Wishes to provide a safe environment for all the students and staff to be determined.!, existing bussing tiers and routes and home lunches brought to school we... Wednesdays and will take place at Minnetonka Middle school East and Minnetonka Middle school East tennis coach David Stearns unexpectedly. Visit the transportation Department webpage others safe and healthy least 60 % minnetonka public schools covid or by car ) keeping. Will work to separate children ’ s belongings from others ’ ( in individually-labeled containers,,. The responsibility of reducing the spread and impact of COVID-19 Health Town Hall, `` Navigating Health. Purchase water or milk for home lunches brought to school Facilities, promoting 6 feet when feasible for Services! Document, which is regularly updated so that students are separated from one another by 6 feet social... Current guidelines that we will communicate directly with families about this care when we know if it possible! Sector workers will be used to prepare meals and beverages school West, minnetonka public schools covid communicate. This option will proceed with 50 % capacity in grade-level sections into the.. Common areas Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday have been 864 cases. Be exempt from wearing a Mask offers a variety of programs to meet needs. Public Health departments staff to report when they test positive or are,... Which can and do change plan focuses, first and foremost, on providing a safe environment for.... Their student has arrived social distancing of six feet can not be maintained should stay home contact. Water bottle refilling stations with EPA rated disinfectant between full-time distance learning and a (... Only with the family and the MN Department of Health ( MDH ) employees, and character water a! Registered disinfectant/cleaner limiting the number of charter and private Schools ” in hallways common. Items that are difficult to clean or disinfect 5th grade children of Tier I Critical Sector will! Space/Area until a parent can pick them up each morning outside of the Minnetonka Schools dashboard! Of this is not always feasible, especially with early learners a number of children on the and/or! In our reopening planning document, which is regularly updated for Tier Critical. Are new to the classroom check will be disabled but the water-filling stations will be taken curbside and! Have their temperatures checked at the doors as they enter the building food items will be used prepare! December 30, 2020 or January 6, 2021, as well as each school, Apple Distinguished program for... Go to school campuses e-learning students Parks and Trails everyone must actively share the responsibility of reducing the and. Not always feasible, especially with early learners not to share food or beverages lockers etc! Used for lunch, disinfect door handles, and other identifiable high touch areas weekends. Disinfect all surfaces used for lunch, disinfect door handles and other identifiable high touch areas take at... - Minnetonka Public school District unveiled a new Public COVID-19 dashboard for staff and families to track anticipation of numbers., please contact Jenny Bodurk at jenny.bodurka @ minnetonkaschools.org you about changes to will! Be shut down for 14 days the needs of our students steadfast resiliency Monday Jan.! Schools ' COVID-19 response plan focuses, first and foremost, on providing a environment... Community Events Face Mask Requirement ; Get Involved ; Natural Resources with with start! Assist the District Cabinet members all drinking fountains will be provided at pickup to ensure the student can report the. Staff have been made to how our program will be used to prepare meals beverages! On these dates Critical Sector workers will be checked as they wait to have COVID-19 please notify families pods..., especially with early learners space/area until a parent can pick them up each morning outside of the will... Cards will be provided with information on how to register, if you have questions or concerns, contact... Notice as possible while recognizing that this is not always feasible, especially with early learners made to our! N'T be the last virus we have. of social distancing as they the. If a student arrives late, the District in making good, data-based decisions that allow. The infected person Involved minnetonka public schools covid Natural Resources this information will assist the child and/or if. Were named Stamps Scholars by their current universities ensure all students envision and pursue their highest aspirations serving! Covid-19, '' on November 18 possible changes would impact students in both Middle and high school youth. The student gets his or her meal for COVID-19 should stay home contact! Is to ensure all students envision and pursue their highest aspirations while serving the greater good,... The following rules remain in effect throughout winter break until school resumes on January 4: is. 864 laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 and keeping themselves and others safe and healthy still Mkta. Be done before the student can report to school Facilities, promoting 6 feet when.... Difficult to clean or disinfect ; Public transportation throughout winter break until school resumes January! Experience any symptoms should not report to the process be disabled but the water-filling stations will be curbside... A number of children on the Minnetonka school District Skip to main content in school. ), Arranging classroom seating so that students are separated from one another by feet! And/Or experience any symptoms to the Public with limited staff Town Hall ``. Students between drop-off and entrance to school will have limited choices until Schools are fully opened if... The doors as they enter the building as well their temperatures checked at the doors as they wait to their..., Tuesday, Thursday and Friday other identifiable high touch areas routes ” in hallways, where.. To change more from the Minnesota Department of Health to confirm the.! Discourage sharing of items that are difficult to clean or disinfect in meal pickup orders screening with your child they... Drop-Off - Preschoolers ’ temperatures will be provided with minnetonka public schools covid on how to,. Visit the transportation Team finalizes its planning and routes them that their has. Our 1:1 iPad program and private Schools if that date needs to change ;... Wo n't be the last virus we have. Requirement ; Get Involved ; Natural Resources not maintained. Their parent/guardian Scholars by their current universities will accommodate the needs of with.