Return to School Public K-12
As families and policymakers make decisions about their children returning to school, it is important to consider the full spectrum of benefits and risks of both in-person and virtual learning options. Parents are understandably concerned about the safety of their children at school in the wake of COVID-19. The best available evidence indicates if children become infected, they are far less likely to suffer severe symptoms. Death rates among school-aged children are much lower than among adults. At the same time, the harms attributed to closed schools on the social, emotional, and behavioral health, economic well-being, and academic achievement of children, in both the short- and long-term, are well-known and significant. Further, the lack of in-person educational options disproportionately harms low-income and minority children and those living with disabilities.
Public K-12 Schools are an important part of the infrastructure of communities and play a critical role in supporting the whole child, not just their academic achievement.
This guidance is intended to aid school administrators as they consider how to protect the health, safety, and wellbeing of students, teachers, other school staff, their families, and communities and prepare for educating students this fall.
School administrators who are preparing for students, teachers, and staff to return to school in fall 2020. Need to oversee the daily operations of their respective schools, and may include school district superintendents, school principals, and assistant principals.
Students, Teachers and Staff can safely come back into the School by having OneScreen’s GoSafe.
- Do a Body Temperature and Facial recognition (with or without a Mask)
- Securely scan in less than one second with on -board AI
- The only scanner with live video assistance for real time entry approval
- Provide access control integration for automatic doors.
- Centralized management for multiple scanners, data and attendance
- Free unlimited help and training.