2021-2022 Return to School Information
2021-2022 Braymer COVID-19 Protocols (Update 2-28-22)
- Effective December 10, 2021 The Braymer C4 School District will be modifying its current COVID-19 “Safe Return to In-person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan.” The State of Missouri’s Attorney General has made a determination that local County Health Departments can no longer quarantine individuals due to COVID-19 exposure. Because of this the Braymer C4 School District will no longer be requiring students or staff to quarantine. Understanding that this has the potential to greatly increase the transmission of COVID-19 in school, the district will continue to encourage the wearing of masks within the school building. The district will also continue to work to contact trace (for informational purposes only) in an effort to inform students and parents of possible COVID exposure. As always, the district asks that families follow the district policy as well as the state statute,which states that parents should not send sick students to school. This means Fever Free, No Vomiting, or Diarrhea for at least 24 hours, all without the use of ibuprofen or Tylenol.
- Masks will be highly recommended for all students, staff, and especially for those who are not fully vaccinated.
- For the health and safety of our students and staff, all visitors are highly encouraged to wear a mask in the school buildings.
- As of Feb. 25, 2022 Masks are no longer required on school transportation, including before/after school bus routes, athletic/activities busses, field trips, etc.
- We will continue the best practices of sanitizing classrooms and especially high-touch surfaces to combat viruses such as the common cold, flu, and COVID-19.
- The district will not offer full-time virtual instruction during the 2021-2022 school year. Families interested in virtual education should refer to the school website and MOCAP information on virtual education.
New developments of COVID-19 or the possibility of new orders issued by the state, or health officials, may result in the need to reinstate previously adopted safety protocols. It is also possible that developments with COVID-19 or new state or health official orders may require the implementation of new safety protocols, policies, and /or procedures. Please stay up to date with all school news and activities by visiting www.braymerbobcats.orgBeginning the Year: