COVID-19

FAQ on O'Neal's COVID-19 Mitigation Protocol

To help understand O’Neal's COVID protocols on campus, Frequently Asked Questions have been compiled. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the NC Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) are changing COVID guidelines often and O’Neal’s protocol will reflect those changes as they happen.

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  • How will temperature checks and screenings happen?

    The O'Neal School will not require a temperature check or screening survey for the 2021-2022 school year. If your child has a fever or is experiencing symptoms, please keep them home. If you have questions about whether or not your child can come to campus, please reach out to our nurse, Sue Gibbons, at sgibbons@onealschool.org
  • What is your policy on face coverings?

    • Masks are required for all students (K-12), adults, parents, visitors and staff inside O’Neal buildings regardless of vaccination status.
    • Face coverings must fully cover the mouth and nose.
    • Masks are not required while outdoors.
  • What is the School doing for cleaning and disinfection?

    • Hand sanitizer and hand washing stations have been installed throughout campus.
    • Touchless paper towel and toilet paper dispensers have been installed.
    • Desks are cleaned on a routine schedule.
    • Water fountains have been closed. Water bottle filling stations remain open.
    • All areas are treated with UV disinfection lamps and electrostatic sprayers on a routine schedule.

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