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Staying Safe at School

This page is updated regularly with releases to the school community regarding COVID-19, and how policies and procedures to mitigate the spread of the virus are implemented at Bishop Foley Catholic High School. The required COVID-19 dashboard document is posted immediately below, along with other recent updates.
 
 
As we continue to take all measures to protect the Foley Family, this update and attached documents are included to prepare families for what would cause such a quarantine to be necessary for their student, and how long home isolation would last under direction from the Oakland County Health Department and CDC.
 
 
The documents immediately below, discussed in the video, are a great resource. Use them to prepare a plan for an unfortunate situation before you find yourself in one. Provided by the Oakland County Health Department, they follow CDC guidelines on when you can be around other people after an infection or exposure to an infected person. 
This presentation goes over the Phase 4 Guidelines for the AOD Preparedness Plan, and what that will look like for BFC in particular. 
 
 
This is the Recording of a Live Stream Q&A held on Monday, August 3rd
 
Additional Information can be found at these links:
 
 
 
Distance Learning Guidelines (for remote instruction in Phases 1-3) 
 
 
CDC Guidelines regarding Symptomatic Screening and its limitations, including questions for parents to assess children at home, and a chart that shows commonalities between symptoms of COVID-19 and other common illnesses