Head Start of Lane County is committed to maintaining a respectful environment that is conducive to distance learning, as well as ensuring the safety of children, teachers, parents, guardians, visitors, and staff in all our programs and through our virtual operations. Although virtual classroom participants are likely in their own home, Head Start’s programs must continue to be conducted in a professional, respectful, and courteous manner as though they are in the physical classroom setting. Head Start’s regular Code of Conduct policy for parents, guardians, and visitors remains in effect, and also applies to teachers under this policy. Head Start’s employee policies remain in effect. Participants in virtual classrooms must continue to abide by those policies.
In order to maintain an open, positive, courteous, respectful and secure environment, all teachers, parents, guardians, and visitors must adhere to the expected code of conduct outlined below during Head Start’s virtual classroom operations:
Policy Council approved May 12, 2020
Meets Performance Standard 1302.90(c)(1-2)
Reviewed: December 2020