NOTES ON THE CORONAVIRUS
Dear students, parents and colleagues,
From Tuesday, March 17th, 2020 up to and including Sunday, April 19th, 2020 (end of Easter holidays) there will be no lessons at our school. Students must stay away from class and any other event during this time.
Exams. that fall in the period of closure. will be postponed until after the Easter holidays (starting from Monday, March 16, there will be no exams!). This applies to the German exams scheduled for April 2 at vocational high schools and vocational high schools as well as to individual exams from the practical Abitur. Additional information about the new schedule for these postponed exams will follow in the coming week. All final exams scheduled from April 21st are scheduled.
We are currently working intensively on being able to work digitally with our students over the next few weeks via moodle courses. The pupils are informed by their teachers about the registration procedure!
Under “Important Links!” You will find the link to moodle. It would make things a lot easier if you registered there in advance.
In addition, we ask all students to send an email to all of their subject and course teachers stating their class and name. In this way, we want to ensure that our teachers have the opportunity to contact the students.
CONTINUES TO APPLY -> Also for Monday, March 16th, 2020!
- People who have been in a risk area within the past 14 days avoid – regardless of symptoms – unnecessary contacts and remain at home for the time being.
- People who were in a risk area and had symptoms such as fever, muscle pain, cough, runny nose, diarrhea, etc. within 14 days after returning from there. get, avoid all unnecessary contacts and stay at home. These people immediately contact their family doctor by phone or contact the emergency medical service on 116117.
- Persons who have had contact with a person diagnosed with COVID-19 during their stay in a risk area or within the past 14 days immediately contact the local health department. This must always be done – regardless of the appearance of symptoms.
- Pupils and teachers who have had contact with a person who has been in a risk area and who show no symptoms are allowed to go to school – even if the person has not been tested or has not yet been tested. This also applies to contact with a contact person.
- If the returnee or a contact person shows symptoms of cold within 14 days after returning from the risk area, the pupils or teachers should stay at home and have a test carried out as soon as possible (via a family doctor or health department).
- Students or teachers who have had direct contact with a person who has been in a risk area and who tested positive or shows symptoms are NOT allowed to go to school. This also applies to close contact with a contact person. These pupils or teachers should contact the health department immediately.