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Mask Culture Tool

How do I develop mask-wearing as a cultural norm in my classroom? Mask-wearing is an important and evidence-based practice for reducing the risks of COVID-19 infection associated with the return to socially distanced, in-person learning. Teachers and leaders should build classroom and school-level cultural norms that support, reinforce, and celebrate mask-wearing as a critical habit for health as well as a commitment to caring for all school community members.

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"Listening Sessions" for Building Trust and Open Communication

Every month, the Colorado Springs School District 11 Superintendent hosts a Facebook Live session called “Beyond the Mask” to communicate...

Communicating with Hand Signals

Remote students can use hand signals to communicate their level of content mastery and to communicate their needs

Hybrid and In-Person Re-Entry Resources

Learn about ways to ensure students and educators alike can feel supported and safe when re-entering classrooms.