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Kari Conaway, Staff Writer for The Record Delta, talked to Buckhannon-Upshur High School’s new Principal Mr. Jonathan Pollock about his reopening plans for the impending school season.

In this article, which originally appeared on The Record Delta on August 28th, 2020, Principal Pollock detailed some of the school’s plans for reopening.

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e-hallpass for social distancing

In-Person Reopening Plans at Pope Francis Prep in Springfield, MA to Include e-hallpass

Source: Western Mass News, Ryan Trowbridge, Sabrina Reilley, 8/27/20

In this article originally posted by Western Mass News, e-hallpass is cited as having been added to the in-person reopening plan for Pope Francis Prep in Springfield, MA.

Head of School Dr. Paul Harrington shared that the school’s relatively small number of students compared to its large footprint is one of the factors that will enable safe reopening procedures. Social distancing measures in compliance with local guidelines will be in effect, and the school has offered parents the option to keep their students home to live-stream the classes.

Class times and transitions have also been modified, and e-hallpass has been introduced in order to monitor and reinforce limits on the number of students allowed in the hallways during transition times.

To learn more about how e-hallpass can help your school protect students’ safety and enforce social distancing in your hallways, read this blog post or schedule a demo with an Eduspire Solutions representative.

Worried About Social Distancing for the Upcoming School Year?

How will you comply? How will you keep students and staff safe?

Worried about crowded hallways, bathrooms, and classrooms?

What about germy hall pass objects, shared devices, and increased burdens on already-stretched staff members?

Learn about 9 features of e-hallpass (such as contact-less hall pass management, restricted access locations, student pass limits, building-wide hall capacity limits,  and more) that will negate or handle all of these concerns by watching this short (less than 5-minute) video below.