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  1. Our current school policy recommends sending children home with a temperature of 100.0o F or greater. The ISBE and CDC guidance both say 100.4o F or greater. Which should we use? (Updated 10/27/2020) For consistency with CDC and Illinois Joint Guidance for Schools, it is recommended that schools use 100.4o F or greater as the threshold for fever.

  2. What are the communication expectations for telework, e.g., include a statement on maintaining the same level of effective communications with customers and colleagues as is done in the office. Include a statement about the expectation for the appropriate use of duty time, per ethics policies.

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    This Management Bulletin (MB) rescinds and replaces MB 20-06A, which set forth directives for “Emergency Childcare” services for essential workers, and other designated populations, after the signing of Executive Order (EO) N-33-20, EO N-45-20, EO N-47-20, and EO N-66-20. This MB provides guidance to state-subsidized early learning and care (ELC) programs on the extension of services for families whose children were enrolled in Emergency Childcare during Fiscal Year (FY) 2019–20, and the assessment of Family Fees beginning July 1, 2020. This MB also provides guidance for the transition and prioritization of enrolling eligible families into ongoing childcare services in FY 2020–21. The directives below only apply to FY 2020–21, pursuant to Senate Bill (SB) 98 (Chapter 24 of the Statutes of 2020). As the situation evolves, the Legislature may choose to change or modify the actions they have taken in the 2020–21 Budget Act. To the extent that any changes are made, the California Depart...

    The CaliforniaEducation Code (EC) Section 8263(a) sets forth the eligibility and need requirements for families receiving subsidized ELC services. Generally, families must meet one eligibility requirement and one need requirement to be eligible for ELC services. With the exception of the California State Preschool Program (CSPP), EC Section 8263(b) specifies the priority order for enrolling families. Families with children who are receiving child protective services (CPS) or are at-risk of abuse, neglect, or exploitation receive first priority for services. ECSection 8263(c) specifies the requirements for promoting continuity of care in a state- or federally-funded child care program. Additionally, EC Section 8263(h) specifies that a family who is certified as meeting eligibility and need requirements must receive services for no less than 12 months from the certification date, and must not be required to report changes to income or other changes for at least 12 months. In accordanc...

    New enrollments in Emergency Childcare cannot occur after June 30, 2020. All new enrollments of children who received Emergency Childcare services into ongoing care must be consistent with the directives and prioritizations described in this MB. Effective July 1, 2020, services for families currently enrolled, or enrolled as of June 30, 2020, in Emergency Childcare through the CAPP or CMAP may be extended for an additional ninety (90) days, in addition to the days specified in EO N–66–20. If a CAPP or CMAP contractor projects that it will have unspent Emergency Childcare funds after Emergency Childcare services are provided, the contractor may extend childcare services beyond 90 days for enrolled families, until funds are exhausted. Families who were receiving Emergency Childcare services through the CAPP or CMAP and were disenrolled prior to July 1, 2020, may be reenrolled before July 15, 2020, without needing to provide additional eligibility and need documentation. A CAPP or CMAP...

    State Guidelines–CDE and ELCD specific

    The CDE, Early Learning and Care Division (ELCD) has developed a COVID-19 guidance and resource page that includes answers to frequently asked questions, all management bulletins issued to implement pertinent legislation, and other relevant resources at To be informed of updated information, please sign up for ELCD's email list at The CDE has developed a guidebook for the safe reopening of Calif...

    Social and Physical Distancing Guidance and Healthy Practices for ELC Facilities

    All contractors must follow healthy and safe practices in all ELC settings. For the state’s Early Learning and Care playbook for caring for children and getting back to work, visit: CDE worked collaboratively together with the California Department of Public Health, the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) and the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) at the California Department of Industrial Relations, to issue joint updat...

    Choosing to Reopen and What it Looks Like to Reopen Facilities

    The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has released guidance to assist providers in making the decision to reopen. You can find the Childcare Decision Tree at For more information about COVID-19 guidance from the Office of Head Start, including the Collaborating Actively in Meaningful Planning (CAMP) series, please visit their website at

  3. On Dec. 3, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published an option to reduce the amount of time individuals exposed to COVID-19 need to quarantine and stay off of work. However, the CDC still generally endorsed a 14-day quarantine.

  4. Template- Resetting Expectations for Remote Work Arrangements Telecommuting. Telecommuting is a regular or temporary arrangement of working from a location other than the employee’s office for a portion of the employee’s schedule. Rice is a collaborative work environment, and as such, the large majority of work is conducted on campus.

  5. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-defined COVID-19 : incidence per 1000 person years of follow up in participants either (1) without, or (2) with and without evidence of past SARS-CoV-2 infection before and during vaccination regimen – cases confirmed either (1) 7 days after Dose 2, or (2) 14 days after Dose 2.

  6. Apr 01, 2020 · AGENDA. New Federal Law Effective April 1, 2020. Interfaces with Existing Policies and Leave Categories. Resources. 4/1/20. The purpose of today’s webinar is to provide you with an overview of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) that is effective today.

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