If your student is unable to successfully pass the daily health screening because he/she has COVID-19 symptoms or has been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, please contact Head Nurse Michelle Bunch (firstname.lastname@example.org or 713.623.6938 ext. 403). Please also let us know if someone in your child’s household tests positive for COVID-19. Nurse Bunch will help guide you through the next steps as they apply to your specific case.
Each member of the ROBS community plays an important role in keeping students, faculty, and staff safe and well. The School will monitor health screening information daily through School-Pass. You must certify that the answers you provide are true to the best of your knowledge.
DO NOT COME ON CAMPUS IF:
Temperature of 100 degree F. or higher
Loss of taste or smell
Shortness of breath
Congestion or runny nose
Shaking or exaggerated shivering
Significant muscle pain or ache
Nausea or vomiting
Instruction on proper handwashing technique and frequent handwashing
Hand sanitizer at entrances and exits
More frequent cleaning practices on campus
Doors and windows open to improve air flow when possible
Masks mandatory for faculty, staff, and students in grades 1-8
Daily health screenings of all students, faculty, and staff; infrared monitors at entrances as an additional temperature screen
Designated stairwells and “lanes” in hallways to manage traffic flow to reduce density
Water fountains closed; students will bring personal water bottles
Students cohorted to minimize cross-contamination and make contact tracing easier if a confirmed case happens on campus
Cohorts maintained at all times, including lunch, recess, and P.E.
Size of cohorts increase as COVID threat level diminishes
Classrooms reconfigured to allow for social distancing; plexiglass dividers installed as additional layer of protection
Individual supply boxes for each student; supplies cleaned in between lessons
Scheduled handwashing/sanitizing in between activities or classes
No shared devices; all Lower School and Middle School students use personally assigned device
48-hour decontamination period for all library books
Designated bathroom for each grade in grades 1 – 8; no group bathroom breaks
Playground use limited to one cohort at a time; playgrounds frequently disinfected
Designated entrances and exits for each grade level in Lower School and Middle School; doors to remain open during arrival and dismissal periods
Virtual field trips
Designated quarantine space—Q Room—for persons who develop COVID symptoms while on campus
Certified contact tracer on staff
If an employee or student has (1) received a lab-positive COVID test, (2) developed COVID symptoms, or (3) been in “close contact” with someone who has lab-tested positive for COVID, use the Return to Campus Protocol.
Ambitious academics rooted in abiding Christian values for children age 2 through grade 8
Located in Houston, Texas, River Oaks Baptist School is a private, Christian, co-educational day school for students in preschool, lower school, and middle school. Students benefit from a challenging academic program, Christian character education, competitive athletics, fine and performing arts, and a wide selection of extra-curricular activities.