So....in our district the initial plan is to have the nurse be detailed to the isolation room (in full PPE) IF the kiddo needs that much observation. The clinic assistant gets the rest of the kids. If there's no clinic assistant...the secretary or designee, who are taught to give meds, are the back up.
I don't like it and predict that will change.
We are now having the teachers call when they send in a coughing student (to allow the nurse to properly garb, adding the N95 to whatever s/he is wearing. You are right.
We've prepared the principals that this year their staff is absolutely, positively going to have to keep the non-ill, FF, math-itis, "I have a headache" kids out of the clinic.
Flexibility. That's going to be key.
I am worried about nebulizers and suctioning. We just don't have places to do those in enclosed rooms that may be shut for three hours to let particles settle.