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COVID-19 Safety

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There are some changes to the safety measures and protocols on Twin River's campuses for the 2021-22 school year. Unlike last school year, we will not be requiring social distancing, but we are recommending students and adults be mindful of our personal space bubbles and continue to wash their hands thoroughly. If your child(ren) are feeling sick or showing signs of symptoms, please contact the front office and keep them home.
More details can be found at the TRUSD Health Services Website
Fairbanks and the District require the use of face coverings ("masks") in accordance with state and local guidelines. Masks will be required on campus. Please have your child come to school with a mask. If your child forgets their mask one will be provided to them. 
  • In an effort to maintain safety of students, staff, and community, the school will remain a CLOSED CAMPUS.
  • No parents will be allowed beyond the school gates.
  • Following the first day, parents will be asked to submit proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test within 72 hours of visiting school campus only for special circumstances (i.e. IEP meetings, SST meetings,etc.).
  • All persons must wear a face covering in the office. To keep everyone please call or email the front office before coming into the office. We may be able to assist in those methods.
We appreciate your understanding in our efforts to maintain safety and keep all our students in class by limiting visitors to our sites.
  • No parents are allowed beyond the school gates.
  • Gates will be monitored by Fairbanks staff members to help students locate their class and find their family at dismissal. 
  • Campus opens at 7:15 for breakfast. At 7:45 the gate will be closed and locked.
  • Late students must check in at the front office before going to class. 
  • For students in Kindergarten please use the "Kindergarten/ Gate B". 
  • First grade students, please look for communication from your teacher regarding arrival and dismissal during the first week of school. We will have a plan to help make sure students get to class and get to where they will be picked up. 
If a student develops or shows signs of COVID related symptoms, they will be moved to a designated area for isolation and parents will be contacted for immediate pick up. A trained staff member or nurse will monitor student and/or provide care (as needed.)

COVID Related symptoms: 

  • Fever (100.4 degrees F) or chills
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Cough
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Diarrhea
  • Sore throat