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Carson Graham Library: Safety Protocols

Keeping Carson Safe in 2020-2021

Please adhere strictly to the protocols in place for using shared library resources.

These protocols allow us to bring you the resources you are accustomed to using to support teaching and learning. 

iPad Protocols 2020-2021

Teacher responsibilities:

Collect iPad cart from library during flex for a.m. block & lunch for p.m. block

Return iPad cart at lunch for a.m. block and at 2:45 pm for p.m. block. 

Teacher Distribution:

  1. Sanitize hands
  2. Remove one iPad at a time from bin
  3. Distribute by placing one iPad on each student’s desk
  4. Sanitize hands after distribution
  5. Record on the record sheet which student has which iPad

Teacher Collection:

  1. Sanitize hands
  2. Go table to table with the cart and collect one iPad at a time & place back in the bin. 
  3. Sanitize your hands. 

Student responsibilities:

  1. Touch only the one device assigned to you
  2. Only touch the device once your teacher has placed it on your table

Library staff responsibilities:

Distribution:

  1. Sanitize hands
  2. Pull iPads from either a clear or a 72 hour cart
  3. Load iPads into yellows bins
  4. Load bins onto black cart w elevator key (store yellow bins on black cart)
  5. Sanitize hands

Collection option #1 cleaning:

  1. Remove all iPads from the yellow bins.
  2. Clean front, back and screen with the leaning solution
  3. Replace to the charging cart
  4. Place a “clean” sign on the cart
  5. Sanitize hands

Collection option #2 not cleaning:

  1. Remove all iPads from the yellow bins.
  2. Replace to the charging cart
  3. Place a 24, 48 or 72 hours sign on the cart
  4. Sanitize hands

Green Screen Protocols 2020-2021

Teacher responsibilities:

Collecting and Returning the Green Screen, Instruction Booklets, and Cardboard iPad stands

  1. Collect Green Screen (and support materials) from the Library during flex block for a.m. block and lunch for p.m. block.
  2. Keep the Green Screen etc. in a safe location in your classroom for the duration of your project.
  3. Return the Green Screen (and support materials) when the project is completed.

NOTE: As the Green Screen fabric cannot be cleaned, we recommend that only the teacher handles the screen and sets it up for students in advance. The Green Screen can be kept in your classroom for the project duration.

Collecting and Returning iPads

  1. Collect the iPads from the Library during flex for a.m. block & lunch for p.m. block (there are 13 iPads with the Green Screen app: DoInk)
  2. Return the iPads each day at lunch for the a.m block and at 2:45 pm for the p.m block.

Teacher iPad Distribution:

  1. Sanitize hands
  2. Remove one iPad at a time from bin
  3. Distribute by providing one iPad to a group “lead” who will be responsible for using that iPad to film the group’s project.  Only the Group’s lead will be using that iPad for filming and editing (with the group’s input)
  4. Sanitize hands after distribution
  5. Record on the record sheet which student lead has which iPad

Teacher Collection:

  1. Sanitize hands
  2. Go table to table with the cart and collect one iPad at a time & place back in the bin in numerical order, please.
  3. Sanitize your hands. 

Student responsibilities:

  1. Student group leaders, touch only the one device assigned to you.
  2. Only touch the device once your teacher has placed it on your table

Library staff responsibilities:

  1. Follow iPad distribution and collection protocols for Library staff (including cleaning the iPads).
  2. Wipe down the green screen case.

Lego Protocols 2020-2021

Teacher responsibilities:

Collect Lego cart from library during flex for a.m. block & lunch for p.m. block

  • Note that Lego is best used for one class period.  Projects cannot be preserved. 
  • Lego can be booked for two sequential days maximum but note that you will be getting different Lego on day two than you did on day one. 
  • Lego is for use by individuals.  Each student is provided their own 10” x 10” Lego plate
  • For collaborative projects, students can combine their individual plates after building their portion of the project

Teacher Distribution:

  1. Sanitize hands
  2. Ask students to wear masks
  3. Call one student at a time to the Lego area 
  4. Supervise as student sanitizes hands
  5. Distribute one bowl and one plate to student
  6. Supervise as student fills bowl with Lego
  7. Sanitize hands after distribution

Teacher Collection:

  1. Sanitize hands
  2. Call one student at a time to the Lego area 
  3. Supervise as student sanitizes hands
  4. Supervise as student replaces Lego into the bins according to colour
  5. Ensure students are returning Lego completely disassembled into individual pieces
  6. Collect Lego plates and bowls, and replace them on the cart 
  7. Sanitize your hands 

Student responsibilities:

  1. Wear mask while using Lego
  2. Sanitize hands prior to touching Lego
  3. Take all your Lego apart before you return it (every piece please!)

Library staff responsibilities:

  1. Separate the Lego into two separate sets so we have two sets to work with.  
  2. Provide small Lego plates so that pairs or individuals can use rather than groups
  3. Place Lego in 72 hour quarantine after teacher returns it or clean the Lego with Es364 spray solution on both sides and flip and dry on screens and tarps.
  4. Note if  Lego is required for a second block, distribute a different Lego set on day two.