1. COVID-19, Sickness, and Students in the K-12 Schools: Step by Step Guidance

COVID-19, Sickness, and Students in the K-12 Schools: Step by Step Guidance

$49.00
Education law expert Richard Verstegen will help you identify reasons for monitoring student illness, legal risks inherent in addressing sickness, and practical tips for minimizing legal risks.
Event ID: 27569
Date: Tuesday, October 20, 2020; 2:30 PM Eastern or Wednesday, November 18, 2020; 2:30 PM Eastern
Duration: Scheduled for 90 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter: Richard F. Verstegen, partner, Boardman & Clark LLP, Madison, Wisconsin
Credits: Certificate of Attendance

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COVID-19, Sickness, and Students in the K-12 Schools: Step by Step Guidance

During distance learning, schools did not need to address most instances of student illness. With campuses potentially reopening in the upcoming months, you will need to determine how to respond when a student becomes sick. Then, you must take precautions to protect others.

Administrators and other staff members will be required to identify symptoms, analyze medical conditions, isolate sick students, contact parents, and communicate with others about COVID-19. Illness procedures raise various legal concerns, including privacy and liability. Protecting students, employees, and the greater community requires a careful balance.

  • Why is student monitoring necessary?
  • What laws apply to student medical privacy?
  • How should you train employees to address illnesses and contact parents?
  • What are the best practices for involving public health departments?

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