Please use the link below for more detailed information about the Prairie Grove School District Health Guidelines for Covid-19 2021/2022
COVID-19 Reporting and Information
COVID-19 POINT of CONTACT
If your student or a member of your household has either tested positive for COVID-19 or been exposed to COVID-19 please fill out the following
Si su estudiante o un miembro de su hogar ha dado positivo en la prueba de COVID-19 o ha estado expuesto a COVID-19, complete lo siguiente
COVID-19 Student/Parent Reporting Form 2022-2023 English/Español
STAFF ONLY: If you or a member of your household has either tested positive for COVID-19 or been exposed to COVID-19 please fill out the following
COVID-19 Staff Reporting Form 2022-2023 English/Español
Parents please keep your student home and call or email the Prairie Grove Public Schools Point of Contact immediately if:
Someone in the household has tested positive for COVID-19
Your student attending on-site is showing symptoms related to COVID-19
Your student attending on-site is being tested for COVID-19
PGSD Covid-19 Response Plan and Digital Learning Plan (updated March 18, 2022)
PGSD is following the previous version of it's Response to Learning Plan with the following recommendations:
Concern about consistency of expectations for lessons done during AMI days
AMI (Alternative Means of Instruction) days allow students to access lessons online (usually Google Classroom) while not having to lose an instructional day.
Parents and teachers expressed concern that different teachers from the same grade level or similar subject area did not have the same levels of rigor or expectations on their AMI lessons.
Teachers allowing students to complete AMI activities during class time when these activities are expected to be completed on the day of AMI
AMI lessons need to be lessons to reinforce and refresh previous learning, not new learning goals.
Suggestions for changes?
Allow teacher teams (same grade level or subject area) to have discussion of the varied lesson plans that are done during AMI days.
Come up with standard online lessons for AMI days that are consistent within the teacher team.
One suggestion was to have each teacher responsible for one AMI day. That online lesson would be shared with the other teachers in the team for consistency.
These lessons should be reviews or extended practice from previously learned topics and skills.
Reinforce to teachers that the expectation is that AMI school work is expected to be done on the AMI day and not using school instructional time.
Prairie Grove School District is prepared for COVID-19 outbreaks, outside exposure, and individual exposure within our facilities. The level of community spread and school cases, as determined by the Arkansas Department of Health, will allow us to determine our district level of response.
Arkansas schools must consult with the Arkansas Department of Health for guidance when determining their level of response. Please see attached COVID-19 flow chart for levels of response.