Updated mask and food service policy, April 2022

Masks are optional

 

As of April 19th, CBH will drop our mask mandate and allow for optional masking for all Partners, staff, and visitors on the CBH campus.

This policy update will align us with county policy and DJUSD policy.  However, to be sensitive to those partners who are immuno-compromised, we will continue the practice of allowing program leaders to make a final decision as to masking if it is requested by a partner attending a program or event.  CBH will still supply masks but strongly urges partners to always carry masks with them.

As before, if a partner, or staff tests positive for Covid-19, the person should self-isolate, and stay off campus until the person tests negative for Covid-19 with a home antigen test.  Once a negative test is obtained the partner or staff  can come back to campus. Individuals exposed to Covid-19, should get tested as soon as possible and wear a mask in all public places (or self-isolate) until a negative PCR test is obtained.  A second test 48 hrs later may also be beneficial.

Mitch Singer, Co-President


CBH food service protocol and policy

Here is our policy for food service on campus, as of April 19, 2022. This supplements our existing policies that relate to the Social Hall kitchen.

  1. All food preparation and handling for CBH functions will be done by either:
    1. CBH employee (s)
    2. The Davis Jew Crew
    3. A certified catering vendor
    4. An employee or member of a group renting space from CBH to include religious and Hebrew school parents.
  1. Food distribution may be handled by:
    1. CBH staff
    2. The Jew Cre,
    3. A certified catering vendor
    4. An employee or member of a group renting space from CBH to include religious and Hebrew school parents.

In light of the April 19, 2022 COVID protocol update, a self-serve buffet line is now an option.