Reopening Guidelines

American Academy of Pediatrics: COVID-19 Planning Considerations

The purpose of this guidance is to support education, public health, local leadership, and pediatricians collaborating with schools in creating policies for school re-entry that foster the overall health of children, adolescents, staff, and communities and are based on available evidence.

Go to the AAP website to learn more

COVID-19 Reopening Guidelines - Frequently Asked Questions - Updated 6/30/20

This set of frequently asked questions is meant to be read with the Iowa Department of Education's (Department) Reopening Guidance for Schools, written in collaboration with the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH). This document may be updated with additional questions or if IDPH releases new recommendations in the future, so make sure to look for the most recent publication date.

Read the PDF on Frequently Asked Questions on IDOE's Reopening Guidance

COVID-19 Webinar Recording for PK-12 School Administrators in Iowa

Information on reopening guidance created in partnership with the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) as a resource for administrators to safely open districts and nonpublic schools and resume all school activities starting July 1.

Click here to watch the 6/25/20 IDOE Webinar

Open Enrollment Guidance for SF 2310

The purpose of this document is to provide guidance following the approval of Senate File (SF) 2310 by theIowa Legislature. SF 2310 extends the deadline for parents or guardians to apply to a district with an approved online program. Parents or guardians must submit the application, using the form developed by the Department, to the resident district and to the receiving district by July 15, 2020.

Read the PDF from the IDOE

REOPENING GUIDANCE FROM THE IOWA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

This page provides the reopening guidance from the Iowa Department of Education. Please note that the IDOE's "reopening guidance" is different than their "Return-to-Learn" plans. Also, this guidance is from the IDOE but it is not mandated.

Read the PDF on IDOE's Reopening Guidance Here