Many school districts and families are opting for remote learning, at least to start this new school year. To assist alternate locations offering academic services to support K-12 remote education, the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment has developed guidance for reduced risk of transmission during this pandemic. This may apply to businesses or individuals offering offsite academic learning, learning co-ops and tutoring.
Service providers are encouraged to follow public health guidance and take all necessary actions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among students and adults - such as hand hygiene, physical distancing and wearing masks.
The detailed guidance includes:
Read the full guidance for remote education service providers. This guidance does not pertain to parents offering home schooling to their own children.