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jlrm50 has 18 years experience .

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So, those of you that have systems that have closed for 2 weeks....did you still get your pay or did you have to use your leave?  Curious.....and worried

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pennyeary has 2 years experience as a CNA.

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right now we are closed for 1 week and got an email saying we would be paid.  As of right now I don’t have to go in this week but was told that could change so be prepared.  

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NutmeggeRN has 25 years experience as a BSN and specializes in kids.

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We are now closed for 3, I believe we are getting paid.

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SaltineQueen specializes in School Nurse, past Med Surge.

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After today we are closed until April 13th.  We work tomorrow to tie up loose ends & learn what the plan is.  We've been told hourly people (like me) will have work to do if we want to work.  I'd guess cleaning, putting together sack lunch/breakfasts, etc.   But who knows...could change as soon as I post this.

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Keeperofbandages has 6 years experience as a CNA, LPN and specializes in School Health.

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I am closed for 2 weeks as of now, we have not been told if we are getting paid or not. I am also paid hourly, so I am at work trying to gather up things I can do from home to get some hours put in.  I am hoping we are not out more than two weeks at this point.

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Eleven011 has 20+ years experience and specializes in Home Health,Dialysis, MDS, School Nurse.

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We are closed for this week so far.   I am hourly also, and am at work cleaning, and helping anywhere else I'm needed to prep for elearning/home learning and meal service.  We didn't have to come in if we didn't want to, but we would have not been paid.   They did say that if the closure goes into another week, and the teachers had the option to work from home, then they would "look into" what to do for the hourly staff.   

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BrisketRN has 4 years experience as a BSN, RN.

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I'm salaried and "working from home" starting tomorrow.  I've been advised by my principal to produce some sort of newsletter or resources for health for parents and students weekly along with helping out with different administrative tasks.  We are a private school and if we are closed for over a month the parent company may start asking our principal who they can fire to save money, so I need a portfolio ready of items I've been doing to contribute over the social distancing break.

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NutmeggeRN has 25 years experience as a BSN and specializes in kids.

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17 minutes ago, BrisketRN said:

I'm salaried and "working from home" starting tomorrow.  I've been advised by my principal to produce some sort of newsletter or resources for health for parents and students weekly along with helping out with different administrative tasks.  We are a private school and if we are closed for over a month the parent company may start asking our principal who they can fire to save money, so I need a portfolio ready of items I've been doing to contribute over the social distancing break.

Oh boy...is there data entry that can be done, forms, revised, lesson plans for teaching...what a scary time...

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k1p1ssk has 9 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in pediatrics.

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All schools in MA are closed (public and private) until April 7th; Our district is paying ALL employees as if they were working their normal hours. This includes hourly employees. THis may change if the closures are extended, but I imagine all salaried employees will still get paid.

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BrisketRN has 4 years experience as a BSN, RN.

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1 hour ago, NutmeggeRN said:

Oh boy...is there data entry that can be done, forms, revised, lesson plans for teaching...what a scary time...

Ooh I haven't updated my "Clinic Manual" since last year.  I can do that!

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NutmeggeRN has 25 years experience as a BSN and specializes in kids.

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On 3/15/2020 at 5:17 PM, NutmeggeRN said:

We are now closed for 3, I believe we are getting paid.

and possibly looking at 8...aye yay yay...my son and fiance both work in food service...they are shut down while planning their November wedding with a newborn...Momma shipped some formula last nite! They are looking at the up side with precious time spent with the lil princess

I developed a Google classroom to provide updated and relevant information for families.

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MHDNURSE has 21 years experience as a BSN, MSN, RN, NP and specializes in Pediatrics, Community, and School Health.

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22 hours ago, k1p1ssk said:

All schools in MA are closed (public and private) until April 7th; Our district is paying ALL employees as if they were working their normal hours. This includes hourly employees. THis may change if the closures are extended, but I imagine all salaried employees will still get paid.

This is exactly me right now.  

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