These changes were made to the plan on Wednesday, June 29.
(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - As the first day of school draws near, re-entry plans are being revised and updated to provide the safest environment for everyone in the building.
Lawrenceburg Community Schools released their Revised Re-Entry Plan on Wednesday, July 29, following updated guidance from Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb.
These changes include:
- A negative test will no longer allow a student to return to school after having COVID-19 related symptoms and getting tested for the virus.
- Students will be required to stay home for 14 days after coming in close contact with an individual with COVID-19.
- Face covering are required during the following times:
- While riding the bus
- While in large group gatherings
- While enter/arriving to school
- In the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch
- Transitioning to classes
- Students will also be required to sit in assigned seats while riding the school bus.
The Revised Re-Entry Plan also includes all of the updates and executive orders from Governor Holcomb.