• Students Will Help in Keeping Classrooms and Schools Clean and Safe

    • Students will use soap/water only and microfiber cloths to clean their own desks.
    • Students materials should be separated for individual use when possible.
    • If materials are shared, they must be cleaned between use.
    • Limit the items you bring from home (students should only use district provided soap/water solution)
  • Cleaning Expectations - Cleaning: Removes Dirt and Most Germs

    • Washington State Department of Health - Classroom Cleaning Tips for Teachers
    • Cleaning priorities and schedules have been set for every building.
    • Cleaning kits provided for every classroom
        *Four bottles of Fresh 188 Light Duty
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      Microfiber cloths for every staff and student in the room for every day
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      Microfiber cloths will be laundered through Maintenance and Operations
    • Cleaning products will be provided by the District. Do not bring cleaning solutions from home.
  • Details About Cleaning - Cleaning: Removes Dirt and Most Germs

    • Fresh 118 Light Duty
    • Microfiber cloths for every staff and student in the room for every day
    • Microfiber cloths will be laundered through Maintenance and Operations
    • Cleaning products will be provided by the District. Do not bring cleaning solutions from home.
    • Hand-held supplies and electronic equipment should not be shared among students and staff.
    • Computing devices should only be cleaned using materials and directions from the Department of Technology, under the supervision of the school BTC/TSS.

    Fresh 118 Sanitizer/Cleaner Image

  • How to Clean - Cleaning: Removes Dirt and Most Germs

    Cleaning all hard surfaces:

    • Spray surface with Fresh Concentrate 118, Light Duty
    • Wipe clean with a microfiber towel
    • Repeat if necessary

    Cleaning all electronics:

    • Never spray the cleaner onto the surface directly
    • Spray the Fresh Concentrate 118, light duty into the microfiber
    • Wipe clean the surface
  • Cleaning of Personal PPE

    • Staff are responsible for their personal PPE
    • Face Shields - clean often with soap/water
    • If additional cleaning/disinfecting is needed, use isopropyl alcohol
    • Any questions regarding PPE can be directed to the school nurse