ABLE is committed to protecting and maintaining the health and safety of our students, employees, families, and greater school community.  We are likewise committed to providing the best possible learning environment to empower our students to learn, grow, and succeed.  There are many, many factors being weighed as we decide how to move forward with school reopening.  The circumstances surrounding reopening are constantly shifting, and we again need every ABLE family's input to inform our planning.
 
While the full details of our campus reopening plan are still under consideration, we know our plan will include the following:
 
• masks required of everyone while on campus
• everyone screened daily upon arrival to campus
• anyone failing the screening sent home immediately
• anyone displaying symptoms during the school day would be isolated pending being picked up
• hybrid model allowing families to choose distance learning or on-campus learning
• class sizes to allow for social distancing (masks but no plexiglass partitions)
• staggered break times to reduce contact
• recommended cleaning of surfaces throughout the day

To be clear: Upon reopening ABLE will employ recommended best practices for distancing, masking, modeling, hand sanitizing, screening, and disinfecting the campus; however ABLE WILL NOT retrofit classrooms with additional equipment. 
 
Please complete the following survey to help us better understand under what circumstances you will send your student(s) back to campus for in-person instruction.

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* 1. Please enter the names and grades of each of your students that attend ABLE.

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* 2. If ABLE were granted a waiver to allow K-5 students to return to campus, but students were only allowed on campus a few days per week, would you send your student(s) for in-person instruction?

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* 3. If ABLE were granted a waiver to return ALL K-5 students to campus every day, would you send your student(s) for in-person instruction?

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* 4. If ABLE reopens for all grades after San Joaquin County improves to the statewide red category (substantial COVID-19), would you send your student(s) for in-person instruction on campus?

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* 5. If ABLE reopens for all grades when all county schools are permitted to reopen, will you send your student(s) for in-person instruction?

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* 6. Will you keep your child at home in distance learning for the entire 2020-2021 school year?

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* 7. If health and safety restrictions were to allow parent volunteers, are you or any adult member of your family willing to volunteer on campus upon reopening to assist with student movement and supervision, arrival, and dismissal?

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