COVID-19 AND THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
MT-PEC Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF): Outside Duty Day
MT-PEC FAQ Fall 2020
The MT-PEC partners have put together a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Fall 2020 Guidance for K-12 Public Schools Re-Opening document to compliment our Back-to-School: A Roadmap to Safely Reopen Montana's Public Schools. We will update these documents as necessary as we navigate through this pandemic.
The MT-PEC partners have developed Back to School: A Roadmap to Safely Reopen Montana’s Public Schools Using Emergency School District Policies as
guidance to accompany the MTSBA Model Emergency Policies to empower public school leadership teams and employees in their governance of Montana’s local schools during a public health emergency. Montana’s public school districts serve students with transparency and accountability ensuring the operations of a public school reflect the circumstances in a community.
The policies will help boards of trustees and school leaders honor the following priorities:
- Quality instruction to students;
- A healthy and safe setting for students, staff, and the community;
- Needed the support of teachers and staff; and
- Responsible financial and operational procedures
The policies are intended to provide methods to plan for and complete the 2020-2021 school fiscal year in a manner that meets these priorities and secures district funding while providing an operational platform for considering long term innovations in the delivery of education services.
To download and print the document please click the down arrow in the upper left hand corner of the screen containing the manual. To view the manual in full screen, please click the box in the lower right hand corner of the screen containing the document. The link to MTSBA model polices in Word format can be found in the “Additional Resources” page at the conclusion of the manual.
If you have questions about the manual please contact the MT-PEC partners. Any questions about the MTSBA Model Policies can be directed to MTSBA staff.