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Mitigation Strategies

CAISL steps for the start of the school year 2021-2022

These are a few of the steps CAISL has taken to enhance campus safety for children and adults.

Photo of the air ventilation system
New for the 2021-2022

Through the summer a new renovation air system was introduced throughout campus, making it possible to have the air conditioning running safely in any environment, including in a pandemic situation. This way, the classrooms can be heated or cooled as desired, maximizing student and teacher comfort.

This system also monitors the air quality at all times, triggering automatic ventilation if the carbon dioxide levels in the classroom rise.

Photo showing new hats with a visor

Bus capacity has been decreased to 2/3. Students grades 3 and up wear masks; younger children wear hats with a protective shield provided by the school.

Photo shoowing %22Kiss and drop%22 initiative

Parents are not allowed in the campus buildings and are encouraged to use the "kiss and drop" system. There is always a CAISL adult to help children get in safely. A separate entrance has been created for Pre-school to further separate bubbles.

Photo of portable foot pedal wash stations

New pedal washing stations were acquired and installed in designated spaces such as the atria.

Photo showing Hand sanitizing gel stations

Inside the buildings, the number of hand sanitizing gel stations increased significantly and can now be found in any common space.

Photo showing Hand sanitizing gel stations in the classrooms

Classrooms are also fit with hand sanitizing gel as well as disinfecting spray and paper towels to clean up as often as necessary.

Photo of Physical distancing in the classroom layout

Classrooms were adapted to provide the maximum distance between students. Students do not share tables.

Photo of Foot Pedal Bins

Recycling bins and trash cans were replaced by new pedal operating bins to avoid hand touching.

Photo of Thermal Food Containers

School lunches are now served (in most cases) in the classrooms. To keep the food warm (or fresh) and avoid contamination, it is served in thermal containers that are only opened in front of the student.