Dr Hubert Eaton Sr Elementary


Home of the Olympians


Reopening Schools 2020-2021

NHCS is open under Plan C through the first grading period and will transition to Plan B  under the AA/BB model on October 12th.
Beginning on Monday, October 12 students in groups A and B will rotate in-person and remote attendance, with students in Group A attending on Monday and Tuesday and students in Group B attending on Thursday and Friday. Wednesday will be a remote learning day for all students. Group assignments will be communicated at the school level. Families who still want a full remote option will be able to participate in a 100% remote learning option.

Students with an Individualized Education Plan or IEP, and English language learner students, identified by our ESL programs as newcomers with two years or less in the US, will be invited to attend school for face to face instruction on days A and B, attending school, every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Wednesday will be a day of remote learning for all students. 
Under Plan B, AA/BB schedule, there is no change to instruction for students enrolled in Virtual Academy. Families wanting to transition out of the Virtual Academy can do so at the end of the nine-week grading period for elementary and middle school students and at the end of the semester for high school students. 
School Arrival Traffic Patterns
Eaton Aerial View with Traffic Flow Markings

School Arrival Health Screening Procedures
   Students will be given temperature checks and health screenings before entering the building (In the case of inclement weather, students will be screened inside).
   The following questions will be asked at screening:
       1. Since you were last at school, were you diagnosed with COVID 19?
       2. Have you been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID 19?
       3. Have you been told to quarantine?
       4. Since you were last at school, have you had any of these symptoms: 
             Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
             New cough
             New loss of taste or smell
   If students have no fever and the answer to all questions is no, students will be allowed to stay and go to class. If students have a fever or the answer to any question is yes, students will be further assessed by the nurse to determine if they can stay at school or must return home.
Transportation - Student Groupings