Recent updates regarding COVID-19

CAMPUS REOPENING

Classes are in session and students are on campus.
ESMOD Experience has been maintained with the introduction of new innovative protocol; the New Normal Campus Activity, Online Learning Base, and many more! This has ensured the continuity of classes, and the health and safety of our students, teachers, and staff and kept up-to-date with the health protection regulations. At ESMOD Campus, we are fully prepared. We are ready !

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NEW NORMAL PROTOCOL

Our teachers are a mix of international and national talents. A number of our teachers either come from abroad or have studied there.
Almost all have worked in the fashion industry, earning their marks with famous brands or designers or having established respected businesses of their own.

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Our Guiding Principles

Through our resilience and the strong partnership between the home and school, we have been able to overcome the many challenges that this year has presented.
As we prepare to reopen campus, there are many factors that will determine what a safe return looks like.

 

The following principles will guide us as we make these decisions.

>> The health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and community members is paramount.

>> The mandates and guidelines set forth by the Ministry of Education and Culture, and the Indonesian government.

>> The ability to offer a strong educational program that is grounded of our mission and values in accordance with the best health and safety practices.

>> The information and advice from trusted health officials, reliable scientific medical organizations.

>> The feedback and needs of our community.

Community Responsibility

We are all excited about the prospects of returning to school for in-classroom learning, to reconnect with friends and teachers after months of engaging with them through a computer screen. However, it is of utmost importance that when we do resume on-campus activities, we do so with stringent health and safety measures in place to ensure the well-being of all JIS Dragons. To make this happen, we will need your help and the cooperation of our entire community, not just when you are on campus but when you are off campus as well.

HEALTHY & SAFETY MEASURES

WHILE ON CAMPUS

A distance of at least 1.5 meters should be maintained at all times

Everyone on campus is required to wear a mask and wear it properly

Everyone should walk to the left side of the walkway and follow directional signage

There will be no large group gatherings or assemblies

Schedules may be adjusted as required to allow for greater physical distancing

Breaks will be scheduled to ensure a minimal number of students on the playground or in the cafeterias

Increased frequency in cleaning of classrooms and public areas

Hand sanitizer, soap, disinfectant spray and paper towels will be available in every room

Hygiene measures: Do not shake hands or high five, sneeze into your elbow, do not touch your face and wash your hands regularly

Teaching materials that need to be shared will be disinfected after use

Students will be required to wash their hands: Prior to entering class, before and after lunch, after use of the toilet.

TEMPERATURE CHECKING

Everyone coming onto campus will be checked for a fever and symptoms of illness by monitors who will use hand-held thermal thermometers and thermal scanners where available. Anyone who has a forehead temperature of 37.3˚C or above will be denied campus access or (in the case of students or faculty and staff) isolated, rechecked and if still above 37.3˚C, promptly sent home.

During peak hours (the hour that most students arrive on campus), temperature checks will be led by building principals and their delegates at all entry points.
During non-peak hours, monitoring will be conducted by ESMOD Security.

Students that register a temperature of 37.3˚C a second time will have their parents notified and will be sent home in accordance with our standing policy on sending sick students home.

Classroom teachers will be notified of any student of theirs that was sent home for this reason.

Faculty and staff members that register a temperature of 37.3˚C a second time will be sent home and required to consult with medical professionals for further advice with regard to their symptoms.

Vendors who have temperatures above 37.3˚C will not be allowed on campus.

Adults (parents and visitors) who have a temperature above 37.3˚C will not be allowed on campus.

The thermometers and equipment used by ESMOD are the only accepted equipment to make the determination of the temperature of anyone attempting to enter campus.

Once a person is identified as having a temperature over 37.3˚C, there will be no exceptions to this campus access policy.

MASK AND FACESHIELDS

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CAN PARENTS COME TO CAMPUS?

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CLEANING & SANITIZATION

WHILE ON CAMPUS

A distance of at least 1.5 meters should be maintained at all times

Everyone on campus is required to wear a mask and wear it properly

Everyone should walk to the left side of the walkway and follow directional signage

There will be no large group gatherings or assemblies

Schedules may be adjusted as required to allow for greater physical distancing

Breaks will be scheduled to ensure a minimal number of students on the playground or in the cafeterias

Increased frequency in cleaning of classrooms and public areas

Hand sanitizer, soap, disinfectant spray and paper towels will be available in every room

Hygiene measures: Do not shake hands or high five, sneeze into your elbow, do not touch your face and wash your hands regularly

Teaching materials that need to be shared will be disinfected after use

Students will be required to wash their hands: Prior to entering class, before and after lunch, after use of the toilet.

TEMPERATURE CHECKING

Everyone coming onto campus will be checked for a fever and symptoms of illness by monitors who will use hand-held thermal thermometers and thermal scanners where available. Anyone who has a forehead temperature of 37.3˚C or above will be denied campus access or (in the case of students or faculty and staff) isolated, rechecked and if still above 37.3˚C, promptly sent home.

During peak hours (the hour that most students arrive on campus), temperature checks will be led by building principals and their delegates at all entry points.
During non-peak hours, monitoring will be conducted by ESMOD Security.

Students that register a temperature of 37.3˚C a second time will have their parents notified and will be sent home in accordance with our standing policy on sending sick students home.

Classroom teachers will be notified of any student of theirs that was sent home for this reason.

Faculty and staff members that register a temperature of 37.3˚C a second time will be sent home and required to consult with medical professionals for further advice with regard to their symptoms.

Vendors who have temperatures above 37.3˚C will not be allowed on campus.

Adults (parents and visitors) who have a temperature above 37.3˚C will not be allowed on campus.

The thermometers and equipment used by ESMOD are the only accepted equipment to make the determination of the temperature of anyone attempting to enter campus.

Once a person is identified as having a temperature over 37.3˚C, there will be no exceptions to this campus access policy.

TEMPERATURE CHECKING

Everyone coming onto campus will be checked for a fever and symptoms of illness by monitors who will use hand-held thermal thermometers and thermal scanners where available. Anyone who has a forehead temperature of 37.3˚C or above will be denied campus access or (in the case of students or faculty and staff) isolated, rechecked and if still above 37.3˚C, promptly sent home.

During peak hours (the hour that most students arrive on campus), temperature checks will be led by building principals and their delegates at all entry points.
During non-peak hours, monitoring will be conducted by ESMOD Security.

Students that register a temperature of 37.3˚C a second time will have their parents notified and will be sent home in accordance with our standing policy on sending sick students home.

Classroom teachers will be notified of any student of theirs that was sent home for this reason.

Faculty and staff members that register a temperature of 37.3˚C a second time will be sent home and required to consult with medical professionals for further advice with regard to their symptoms.

Vendors who have temperatures above 37.3˚C will not be allowed on campus.

Adults (parents and visitors) who have a temperature above 37.3˚C will not be allowed on campus.

The thermometers and equipment used by ESMOD are the only accepted equipment to make the determination of the temperature of anyone attempting to enter campus.

Once a person is identified as having a temperature over 37.3˚C, there will be no exceptions to this campus access policy.

RESOURCES

>> CDC Guidance for School Reopening

>> Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

>> COVID Class Rules

>> Quick guide for Teachers

>> World Health Organization (WHO)

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