Oakland Unified School readiness Dashboard
Updated October 29, 2020
The dashboard was created to track the implementation of school reopening measures as we work toward preparing to bring students back to campus.
Classrooms set up for social distancing standards - 33%
Social distancing marks placed in hallways - Not Started
Alameda County signs posted at school site entrances -100%
Hand sanitizer located at main entrances or other entrances - 100%
Sites assessed for operable windows - 100%
Sites have a forced air system - 0%
Sites with upgraded in room air purifier OR forced air filter - 58
Classrooms that meet the ventilation standard - TBD
Deep cleaning all classrooms - 100%
Site custodial staffing hired - 96%
Custodial Staffing Levels Ready for 25% of students in person - 54.1%
Custodial Staffing Levels Ready for 50% of students in person - Not Started
Custodial cleaning schedules set and posted on campus - 2%
COVID 19 training on cleaning protocols and procedures provided to staff - 74.3%
Safety Lead Identified at each school site - 91%
PPE Inventory in warehouse for 2 months - 100%
Start of year PPE kits delivered to school sites - 100%
PPE in Classrooms - 0% (All PPE currently stored in OUSD warehouse)
Equity Family Navigator identified for each school site - 91%
Distance Lead identified identified for each school site - 93%
Attendance Team identified for each school site - 0%
Jabber set up to direct outside calls to a staff member during the school day - 100%
Language Access: Direct families to language support via Jabber - Not Started
% of Students Not Engaged in Distance Learning - Not Started
AGENCY APPROVALS ACOE-Approved Elementary Reopening Plan
Click on the image below to view school-level readiness data.
Reopening measures are reported along five categories: Rooms, Custodial, Safety, Facilities, and Engagement. Below, the standards used to evaluate readiness are described, with links to more detailed information.
In compliance with Alameda County Public Health Orders, all adults and children in grades K-12 should wear masks/face coverings any time outside the home. Staff and students who have a cloth mask that works for their needs can and should continue to use their own masks when on school campuses.
OUSD will provide access to masks and face shields for staff and students who do not have their own or who forget to bring theirs to school. The following PPE will be provided to our schools to resume in-person services for students. The type, quantity, and frequency of replenishment is based on state and local guidelines, is in alignment with other district standards, and has been reviewed by a team of UCSF physicians supporting school reopening. Click here for more information.
Ventilation alone cannot prevent the spread of COVID19, but along with physical distancing, reducing the number of individuals in a room, and consistent wearing of masks, ventilation can help replace indoor air with outdoor or filtered air, which reduces the amount of COVID19 aerosolized droplets inside a room. The following spaces meet ASHRAE and Alameda County Public Health Guidance for ventilation that can help reduce the spread of COVID19. As the guidance is updated based on new research and understanding of transmission patterns and science, we will also update our internal standard for ventilation. At each school, we have identified the spaces that meet these standards, and the number of students who can be served in these spaces with 6ft physical distancing throughout the space. Click here for more information.
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