• health & safety guidlines

    The goal of the Cambridge-Isanti Schools Health Services Department is to provide a healthy school environment to foster greater academic achievement and healthier lives for students and staff.

    The C-I health plan addresses ways in which the district is taking measures to reduce transmission, particularly to those at high risk. Our Health and Safety guidelines have been developed by following guidelines provided by the Minnesota Departments of Health and Education as well as the Center for Disease Control.

  • Safety & Prevention woman wearing mask graphic C-I Schools has implemented additional protections and protocols for cleaning, sanitation, personal hygiene, distancing, and managing occupancy as recommended by industry guidance to help mitigate the spread of the virus and promote a safe learning environment for students and staff.

  • Protecting Those at High Risk

  • Daily Self-Health Screenings

  • Physical Distancing

  • Face Coverings

  • Hand Washing

  • Cleaning

  • Cleaning with Suspected or Confirmed Case of COVID-19

  • Visitors

  • Space Considerations

    people graphic Special considerations have been made for unique spaces such as media centers, technology and computer labs, gymnasiums, locker rooms, and other unique areas. Cleaning and social distancing are important in these situations and will look different than in a typical classroom.

  • Classrooms

  • Media Center

  • Cafeteria

  • Gymnasium

  • Technology, Computer Lab & Printing

  • Pool

  • Playgrounds

  • Commons Areas, Locker Bays & Other Gathering Spaces

  • Nurse’s Room/Isolation Areas

  • Drinking Fountains

  • Class Schedules

    When in a hybrid or in-person model the following information will be implemented to ensure the safety of our students and staff.

  • Physical Education

  • Art

  • Industrial Arts

  • Cooking Classes

  • Choir

  • Band


    Process for Suspected or Confirmed Cases & Symptoms computer Schools are a microcosm of the community. During this pandemic, we must assume COVID-19 cases will be present in our schools at the same rate they are present in the community. Knowing how important it is to keep children in school, we must commit wholly to transmission prevention. 

    Students who are feeling ill must stay home. The personal mitigation strategies, facilities improvements, sanitizing efforts, and operational changes are layered together to decrease the likelihood of transmission. Minimizing transmission provides the greatest opportunity for students to remain in school.

  • COVID-19 Coordinator

  • COVID Decision Tree

  • Suspected COVID Symptoms at School

  • Close Contact with COVID-19 Symptomatic Individual

  • Close Contact with COVID-19 Positive Individual

  • COVID-19 Positive Students and Staff

  • Symptomatic Students and Staff