The purpose of this page is to provide information and resources to students and parents during the Covid-19 pandemic situation. The safety of students and staff is our top priority. This page will provide timely updates from the district as well as information on Covid-19 safety and best practices. There is also a section divided up by grade levels on Remote Learning resources and support. This page is a work in a progress and will updated and added to over time.
Per Governor Sununu’s decision all New Hampshire schools will be closed and practice remote learning through the end of the school year. The last day of school is now May 29th and end of year activities and events will be communicated out from the schools.
UPDATE 5-9-2020 – Please be advised that all school buildings, including the central office will remain closed during the remote learning period. The only exceptions are for limited events that will be communicated out to only those certain parties invited. Only those who are invited to and practicing social distancing protocols, including wearing masks at all times while on site, will be allowed for those events. Hand sanitizer dispenses will be located at the entrance of all schools. Detailed guidelines, including required screening questions, will be communicated out for pickup and drop off events from the schools to those invited directly.
Screening Questions when entering district buildings.
Questions one will be asked when entering a school:
- Last Name, First Name (Admin will type this info the form)
- Building wishing to enter (Multiple choice)
- Select the level of community member (multiple choice)
- Do you currently have COVID -19 or have you been tested within the last 14 days and awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test? Yes/No
- Have you been in close contact with or exposed to a person who has a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19 within the last 14 days? Yes/No
- Do you have a Fever? As defined as a temperature greater than 100.0 Degrees Fahrenheit. Yes/No
- Have you had a fever or felt feverish in the past 72 hours? Yes/No
- Are you experiencing any respiratory symptoms for example (runny nose, sore throat, cough, or shortness of breath)? Yes/No
- Are you experiencing any new muscle aches or chills? Yes/No
- Have you experienced any new changes in your sense of smell or taste? Yes/No
Covid-19 Information and Prevention Resources
Dial 2-1-1 (Call 211 NH hotline for general questions and to report symptoms.)
Food Services Resources
NOTICE: Please refer to our District Food Service page for a list of resources for our Free & Reduced Lunch population including a list of local food pantries.
UPDATE: Effective April 20, Danville’s Pickup Location has changed to Danville Elementary, 23 School St, Danville, NH 03819
Remote Learning Food Assistance Announcement 4-6-2020 – Starts 4/9/2020 – Please read announcement for locations and details.
Student/Parent Remote Learning Wellness and Resources
These links provided below are a list of resources for parents and students to promote student wellness during the time of remote learning.
Community and Support Resources from the NH DHHS – You are not alone. Everyone is feeling some level of anxiety and discomfort right now. It is normal to feel this way. If you or a loved one have struggled with anxiety or other mental health concerns, this may be an even more difficult time for you. This link provides some tips and resources to help
Remote Learning Academy: Best Practices for Reducing Student Anxiety in Remote Learning Environments – This is a session that discusses best practices for reducing student anxiety in remote learning environments. Attention is given to teacher strategies for consistent planning and communication.
Remote Learning Academy: Student Wellness Strategies & Resources During Remote Learning – This session is an overview of community and digital resources and strategies that school leadership, teachers, and families can access during remote learning to promote student wellness.
The link below provide a list of resources TRSD teachers utilize during the remote learning period. Your teacher will be providing guidance on which ones they will be using. This section will be added to as remote learning continues.
These links provide technical support with accessing TRSD utilized applications during this time as well as resources to help with obtaining technology access.
Setting up Parent/Guardian Notifications in Google Classroom – Google Slides instructions on how to get updates from Google Classroom(s) your student is in.
Video on Setting up Parent/Guardian Notifications in Google Classroom – Instructional video on setting up parent/guardian updates in Google Classroom.
Zoom – How To Use – From a student’s perspective. Please note that the video conference permission form must be completed for each student before they can participate in video conferencing. If you did not complete this yet please contact your teacher and they can send you the form needed for your school.
DOE List of Low Cost Internet Providers– Internet Service Provider Connections with Supports in Place Due to COVID-19.
Free Xifinity WiFi Hotzones – Put your zip code in the “Find a Hotspot near you” to find the nearest Free WiFi HotZones on an area map.
TRSD Student Technology Support Form – Please fill out for student technology support with district supplied devices or district online resources. A technician will reach out via parent/guardian email on file for student. You can also call the TRSD Student Tech Support Hotline at 603-382-6119 x2256. Please leave a message with your student’s name, school, contact number and a brief description of the issue and someone will be in contact with you
TRSD Student Chromebook Issues FAQ’s – Click here for fixes for many Chromebook related issues.