Francis Tuttle 2021-22 Learning Plan

COVID-19 Pandemic guidelines for the current school year

The health, safety and well-being of students, staff, and clients is a priority for Francis Tuttle Technology Center.

Francis Tuttle will regularly consult with local health officials to ensure current protective guidelines are in place and followed throughout the school year. Guidelines for testing, isolation, quarantine, sanitation, and dealing with unanticipated COVID-19 related outbreaks are in place to ensure health, safety, and well-being of faculty, staff, and clients. Caution is essential and all Francis Tuttle students must monitor their health daily and respond appropriately to any signs or symptoms of infectious disease.


 

Plan Info

Classes will be held in person and will be in session five days per week.

*Some programs follow a different calendar. Refer to your program information for specific details.

The wearing of masks is highly recommended in spaces where it is difficult to social distance.

COVID-19 vaccinations are highly encouraged.

*Health programs will clinical rotations have more stringent requirements. Please refer to the requirements given by your specific health program.

COVID-19 Isolation and Quarantine Guidelines

Note: If on-campus cases rise significantly, we will implement more restrictive protocols.

Positive Test for COVID - Isolate
Applies to all students and staff regardless of vaccination status
  • Stay home for 5 days
  • If the individual has no symptoms (asymptomatic) or their symptoms are resolving, they may return to FTTC on day 6
  • Highly recommended for individuals to wear a mask around others for days 6 - 10
Exposure to an individual with COVID - Quarantine
Student and Staff: Vaccinated
  • Not required to quarantine unless showing symptoms
  • Highly recommended to wear a mask around others for 10 days
  • Recommended COVID test on day 5 if possible
Student and Staff: Unvaccinated or more than six months out from vaccination, and not yet boosted
  • Quarantine highly recommended for 5 days and return on day 6 if no symptoms are present
  • Highly recommended for individuals to wear a mask around others for days 6-10
  • Recommended COVID test on day 5 if possible

Assessing Symptomatic Persons for COVID-19

Testing is recommended when:

  • A person displays 1 "A" symptom OR
  • A person displays 3 "B" symptoms
"A" Symptoms "B" Symptoms
Fever >= 100.4 F Nasal Congestion/
Stuffy Nose
Sore Throat Runny Nose
Cough Muscle/Body Aches
Difficulty Breathing Fatigue
Diarrhea or Vomiting Chills
New Loss of Taste or Smell Nausea
  Loss of Appetite
 

Elevated Temperature
< 100.4 F

  New Onset of
Severe Headache