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well good afternoon everyone we're going.to go ahead and get started.my name is mike romersky i'm the.superintendent of hempfield school.district and.we're pleased with our partnership that.we have with medicine lancaster general.health.to bring you cobia 19 in schools i.do want to again acknowledge the.partnership with penn medicine lgh we're.very grateful.for this collaborative partnership that.we have where they're able to provide us.the medical consultation.as we work to reopen our schools and at.the same time we're also grateful for.our county commissioners.who provided the additional funding.through federal.cares dollars to make this partnership.happen so we're greatly appreciative of.both.uh our commissioners and medicine lgh.for being willing to work with all the.school districts in the county.and so today we have dr jeffrey martin.who is the.chair of the department of family and.community medicine as well as the.medical director.uh for lancaster county's contact.tracing program um.he's with him lancaster general health.so at this time dr martin i'll turn it.over to you.great thank you mike um and thanks.everybody for.having us again uh this is the second in.a series.of webinars and we'll probably be giving.uh several more of those.um i also want to acknowledge uh my.appreciation to mike.and his leadership um around.trying to uh unify and standardize the.approach to covet in the schools.as well as to iu13 and and the county.who's kind of helping funding.fund this effort and i'll get into that.whole proposal at the end of the.presentation so that folks have an idea.of.what we're trying to do so i'm going to.stop my video and i'll just continue.talking.um so today what i'd like to do is.start with the question that's really.difficult to answer.and that is is it safe to open up.schools sometimes.it makes sense to go after a question.that is.in some ways unanswerable but.i'd like to provide a framework for.folks on the call.to think about safety and to think about.risk.both individual and corporate risk i'd.like to share a little bit.about the current state of covid in our.county i'd like to.review some of the current pennsylvania.department of health as well as the.department pennsylvania department of.education recommendations and.and finally end up with how this process.is going to work uh going forward.so i'd like to start just by saying that.much has been said and debated.about the appropriateness of opening.schools for in-school education.there are certainly risk to opening and.risk to not opening.just as there was about opening other.areas of our community.like businesses and other congregate.settings and when i use the term.congregate settings i'm talking about.any place where people gather in high.density populations like shelters and.nursing homes.as you know opinions cross the spectrum.and in reality are often driven by.individual perception of risk.as an analogy we can use the local.nursing home experience.for those who are not connected to.nursing homes who don't have a.family member working in or a family.member who's.a resident in a nursing facility and you.meet and who may view them as.closed settings the perception of risk.seems quite low in fact many have.questioned if we should include nursing.home cases and deaths.in our reporting of covid metrics for.the overall community.on the other hand for those with family.who work or.who are residents in nursing homes the.risk seems quite high.in fact despite the lockdown of our.county nursing facilities early on in.the pandemic.many cases and deaths have still.occurred producing an incredible toll in.lives.mental health and the workforce in.general it seems plausible that since.nursing homes were locked down.that covid didn't start there it came.into them from the outside.possibly by an asymptomatic staff member.who unwittingly.introduced covet into those facilities.unfortunately with disastrous results.but what is clear and what will be.similar to our.opening of our schools is that there.really are no.closed settings staff come and go.interact with the community and their.family on a regular basis.along with others at their place of work.students obviously.also come and go and interact with.family members and community.so in other words what is going on in.the community with regards to covid will.affect any.setting and this even applies to prisons.so my feeling is that we can't exclude.cases from any setting.as it will further hinder our effort to.understand what is going on in the.broader community.i was pleased uh to see the new doh.regulations.with regards to opening schools and how.to respond to outbreaks.being tied to the amount of spread of.covet in the.community as community spread goes so.does spread in congregate settings like.schools nursing homes and shelters.it is why we need a coordinated response.between contact tracing in schools as.well as with contact tracing in the.community at large.and we here at penn medicine lgh along.with the school districts have developed.an approach that comprehensively deals.with the nature of the pandemic.that we find ourselves in so.what is the answer to is it safe to open.schools well.it's complicated and it depends on a lot.of factors.and i would like everyone to move away.from broad statements about whether it.is or is not safe to open schools.because i think that misses the point.as safety depends on many individual and.community.factors some that are in our control and.others that are not.we can lose sight and frankly the.respect of others who don't.share our particular viewpoint on top of.that we are only.six months into a novel meaning new.virus that we continue to learn about.and we need to give ourselves some room.for making decisions.that are deemed inappropriate at a later.date as new research comes out i think.that we can help alleviate individual.and corporate anxiety if we try to.validate and respect these differences.in actual and perceived risk and think.about ways the community can respond in.a.non-partisan fashion that values all.members of the community.so what i'm proposing is that rather.than broad-based declarations.about safety is for persons families and.communities to go through a risk.exercise.as a way of understanding their.individual and community risk.so let's unpack some of these issues a.little bit.so a risk assessment exercise like this.is not unlike.what you might experience when going to.a doctor about a perceived or factual.risk.based on your current health status.family history.ethnicity and social determinants of.health social determinants of health are.those issues that we.separate from biologic factors like.housing.and food security financial well-being.social and caregiver support and.access to quality medical care in fact.we are slowly discovering that is.it is these social determinants that.actually define and drive risk.well above your genetics family history.or or current health status.so let's start with the health related.risk and i would encourage you to.to just kind of make a mental tick uh if.you find yourself in a high-risk group.in each of these subtopics is a way of.understanding your own personal safety.to measure it as it relates to schools.opening up.obviously if you don't have these risks.you don't have to make a little mental.uh tick mark eventually i'm sure.somebody will come out with an algorithm.that defines this for folks but what do.we know in terms of health related risk.we know that chronic disease and.disability particularly diabetes.underlying cardiovascular pulmonary.issues obesity smoking.and i would add vaping to that and being.immunocompromised.are definite risk to having severe.complications related to covid the upper.chart.on the right shows you the.uh increase in hospitalization rates.uh related uh to people that have these.chronic conditions.so that if you have a an underlying.condition.uh you're more likely to be hospitalized.uh than if you do not.only nine percent of folks who we see in.the hospital.uh have no underlying condition we also.know that age.is quite important children.ages 0 to 18 are by and large at a much.lower risk than older folks but that.risk is not zero.in fact we've not seen any.hospitalizations due to covet here at.penn medicine lgh.um but that doesn't mean that kids can't.get seriously ill and i know there's.concern out there about the.multi-system inflammatory syndrome in.children.uh for which there's been about 20 to 30.cases in pennsylvania.risk of serious illness increases.significantly if you look at the lower.chart.on the bottom and it shows you the.hospitalizations per 100 000 based on.different age groups.so when you hit age uh 60 your risk.starts to go up.uh uh significantly and of course.age and chronic disease often go hand in.hand.um so there's overlap there.what about race and ethnicity we know.that non-hispanic black.persons are affected disproportionately.than non-hispanic whites.and why is this well we don't really.know for sure.studies are ongoing but probably reflect.reflect.disproportionately higher chronic.disease.social determinant health issues and.working environments.and you can look at the chart from the.cdc.on this slide and it shows you that the.percentage of populations although lower.for non-hispanic black folks.even though it's a lower percent of the.population there's a higher percent of.hospitalizations so what does this mean.for schools well.uh it means that school districts with.diverse populations.may be at increased risk to opening than.those who are less diverse.but there's also a risk to not opening.these schools because.it may further exacerbate some of the.current racial inequalities that we know.do exist in education.what about mitigation measures so.one way to define risk is to.uh look at how we are social distancing.compared to other counties and i'll.present a slide after this one that that.shows you where we're at.what about mask is everybody wearing.them is it the right kind of mask.and we know that masks that have valves.or.masks that are knitted or the gator type.neck.mask might not be appropriate and may.actually be involved in.in more spreading of the small droplets.that i talked about on the.on the first webinar uh there's some.small studies.that need to be replicated but at this.point you know a cloth mask or a.surgical mask is really.the right way to go are we wearing it.correctly is it covering the nose and.the chin.is there gaps in the sides and what.about face shields.well we don't really know about face.shields uh we know.at least probably in a hospital setting.if you're around people with covid.a mask with a face shield will help.mitigate your risk further but we don't.have a lot of studies around just face.shields.by themselves so we don't know if a face.shield.is equivalent to a mask and um.so at this point the cdc is not.recommending just face shields.uh what are people doing in the.community and this big chart on here.gives an assessment of some risk.risk assessment around certain behaviors.that people engage in the community.much of the time it's not where you go.or your individual risk but what you did.when you went there.so can you travel to a hot spot probably.as long as you stay in the location that.you find yourself in and you don't go.visit restaurant or bars.or do all the things that we like to do.on vacation.and you may still be in a lower risk.category.there are clearly defined risk for your.others uh for yourself and others based.merely on what you.do or what activities you engage in so.if you're engaged in a community high.risk activities.you know give yourself a point if not.take away a point.so some of these community activities.are avoidable like large gatherings but.some are not.like medic seeking medical care or.or going to the dentist.so what's happening with our social.distancing.uh this data is from chop crowdsourcing.data and i have a link on there if.people want to get on that.this is data that reflects travel to.non-essential businesses using.publicly available cell phone data.and what it looks at is a comparison.of where we were compared to seven weeks.seven days prior so the week prior.anything that's positive is.is good so lancaster is at 13 so.that means we have 13 percent more.social distancing.if you believe this data than we did the.prior seven days however when you.compare that to.other counties in our region such as.birks dolphins.chester york and philadelphia we are a.little bit behind.i'm not sure why this is but i think it.is.an interesting risk factor that is.inherent in the community.so what are the public and community.health measures that are in place in our.county.we do not have a county public health.department.but we have begun engaging in many.activities.from a public health nature the key one.of those is contact tracing.we are tracking metrics that compares.well to.other regions and if you look at the.percentage of.cases that we actually can get a hold of.an interview.we're at 71 percent and if you look at.the percentage of contacts that we're.able to reach and give quarantine advice.to.uh that's 62 percent and it compares.very.favorably to maryland and new jersey.states that do have.contact racing up and running and that.do report their metrics but not many.states do the target for both of these.metrics is considered 80 and we're.working hard to get there.we have forged close relationships to.those at the state department of health.so although we do not have a public.health authority.we can get a hold of people in a very.quick time frame and we have.regular weekly meetings with many folks.from department of health.and we have many providers that are.working in schools as sports physicians.and district medical providers.this is not typically thought of as a.public health.action but in a lot of ways we care.penn medicine lgh cares for a lot of the.folks in our community.on a lot of different levels and we've.been thinking about creative ways to.leverage.that involvement for our county.in short i think we are doing pretty.much everything we can without a local.health department.we don't have a complete.data set of all the cases we are working.with partners like wellspan and.lancaster health center.to get more of the cases that are.circulating in the county to make sure.that we're able to contract.contact trace all those uh that.have developed covet in our community so.uh short of that uh we i feel like are.doing pretty well.also i think in terms of risk assessment.we need to look at our ability to keep.testing turnaround times at 48 hours.so i mentioned a lot of this on the.previous webinar i won't go over all.this again.except to say that we're working very.hard to even out the variability in.testing.we're attempting to pull in more testing.capacity uh.both by looking at large corporate labs.and also.uh by bringing more uh testing platforms.in-house.and i'll just say that there may be.newer tests on the horizon.that are quick you can get a result in.15 minutes their antigen test.but they're less accurate than the.typical swab test.that we have been doing for most of the.pandemic but then the question becomes.can we sacrifice.uh accuracy with overall.more testing and this is going to be an.uh something that will need to be.defined by our epidemiologists and other.colleagues to say.if we can increase the amount of testing.is that actually going to help us.decrease the spread of covit in our.community.and i also think that we are.scattered throughout this county so you.see the school districts on the right.the left is a location of.penn medicine lgh service sites.including our hospitals and outpatient.and physician practices.as well as urgent care and lg express so.we model.pretty well where people live and work.in our community and we are.uh trying um to leverage all those.locations.in order to help out with the the.current uh.covid crisis now there are some things.that.in terms of risk are difficult uh to.define.so what are the risks for not opening.school there's obviously.uh risk to children uh.who may miss meals and supportive.environments.there are risks to adults who rely on.schools so that they can work.and there's a risk to our community as a.whole where public education is a.fundamental tenet.what are the risks for schools and.opening all of society at the same time.it obviously becomes more difficult.to continue to open decrease.mitigation measures and have people go.about their regular.or normal businesses activities.pre-covered.to people in congregate settings what is.the risk to a family member who has.significant risk factors so even though.you may not.what if you live with someone who's.elderly or has chronic disease.these are all things that we can help.mitigate when the pandemic started.i wore a mask at home i.sat at a different table than my family.i did not want to potentially.infect them and of course we were very.careful about.visiting or being around any of our.in-laws who were elderly and had some.chronic disease.and finally what about perceived risk if.you're a person.who has had a family member die of covid.your understanding of risk may be very.different than someone who has not been.personally affected by that.and and again i think we need to uh.respect and empower people's.perceived risk as it comes to opening.schools.so where do we stand currently i put up.the.early warning dashboard from the.pennsylvania department of health.they are modeling the rate of cases.per 100 000 residents over seven days.we currently stand at 58.7.and that's up a little bit from last.week.they're also modeling the positivity.rate of test.and that's gone down a little bit over.seven.the past seven days and currently at 4.5.percent.on the right graph lancaster is the.orange line.the blue line is the average of pa and.so you see a lot of counties that are.kind of clumped right in this.middle area so we're not an outlier.we're not doing bad we could be doing.better.but we've kind of been in this plateau.period for a long period of time.so what is the department of health and.the uh.pennsylvania department of education.saying so.lancaster is currently uh at an incident.rate of 58.7 and a percent positivity of.4.5 percent.we need to be less than 10 in incidents.and less than 5 percent positivity to.reach a low level of transmission.so department of health is defining.the different risk categories based on.the level of community transition so.we're currently in this moderate.category it's likely.not due to our percent positivity rate.but because of our incident rate.that we will be in the moderate level of.community transmission.uh for some time to come i don't see.this changing dramatically.over the next uh a few weeks to months.and in the short term we'll probably.stay in the.moderate category being in this moderate.category.triggers certain public health actions.by department of health.and it also defines for us the type of.instruction that's recommended.however it's not mandated and i put a.excel.link that the state is putting out that.shows.exactly where our county fits in terms.of this low moderate and substantial.metric dr martin if i could just jump in.really quickly can you go back.one slide i just want to clarify.something for all of our attendees.um we we've received information.um from the state regarding the moderate.and.and the blended option and people jump.right away to blended meaning hybrid.and that's not necessarily the case and.so blended learning and what is being.reported to us from the school side.is yes hybrid is one of those options.but what.what we need to make sure is that if.we're in low we can offer full in person.but if we're in the moderate we have to.offer multiple options to.to work to reduce the number of students.in our schools so that could mean you.could offer.in person you can offer virtual you can.offer a hybrid you can also.all the varied options and so that's.really what that blended learning model.means.but what's being reported at times is.it's just a hybrid approach and that.that's not.the case i didn't want to clarify that.yeah thank you very much for clarifying.that.um and then uh doh and the.um pennsylvania department of education.have put out guidance about when to.close schools and again.in the moderate category uh it's.dependent on.the number of cases within a 14-day.period.and you can see what happens or what the.recommendations will be.from the department of health you know.personally i think this.aligns with what's going on in the.community and since we don't have data.in our county that can show us directly.what's happening in that school district.this approach does reflect what's going.on in the community and it it does seem.like a a reasonable approach.so you can argue i think either way.whether this is appropriate or not.not appropriate but where we find.ourselves without having the.uh granularity of data down to school.district level.i think it's a reasonable approach but.it also means we have quite a bit of.challenge ahead of us.department of health has also put out.guidance around what do we do.with symptomatic patients.and we are committed here at the health.system.that and we're going to we realize that.as.schools open up and as we get into the.winter season that not all symptoms will.be coveted.and we are strongly encouraging our.primary care base our family doctors and.pediatricians.to use their clinical judgment to.be a force in our community to.understand if someone presents with.symptoms.is this covid or is this not covet.there's going to be plenty of things.that come and go as we've had over.uh in the community in prior winter.months that are obviously not coveted.and in those cases we don't need to test.those folks in those cases we can give a.letter that says it's okay to return to.school.after you're a febrile for instance for.24 hours so.we are committed to just not testing.everybody.but to really test smart and if someone.has a rash or someone has strep throat.or someone has.something that's specific to another.virus that's not coveted.it's okay for us to use our clinical.judgment and to write a letter that says.this person's okay to return to school.so hopefully that alleviates some fears.so how will this whole interaction.between the schools the county iu13.and lancaster general work it's funded.through karzak dollars from the county.and it involves the following activities.we are going to develop key.contacts and liaisons to be able to.answer questions as they arise from.school we've already been involved in.this in some cases.uh on sunday at.6 00 p.m which is not a time that.anybody wants to get a phone call.but we are able to work through the.issues we want to provide access to.providers and specialists.on our in our health system in infection.control sports medicine.testing and contact tracing occupational.medicine.uh and so forth to give us.recommendations and filter what cdc and.pa doh are telling us.we will standardize all the protocols.consistent with cdc.we're not going to make protocol.development that's outside of those.recommendations.we are developing a list of frequently.asked questions that can be accessed and.updated as recommendations change.and we're going to provide educational.venues like this one with medical.experts across our health system.to hopefully help everybody understand.what is going on and how we mitigate.spread of the virus.and we're also engaging in on-site.walk-through assessments.at the schools to provide guidance and.direction on actions.to help schools mitigate risk in short.what we're trying to do.is leverage our health care system.including our primary care providers.essentially to fulfill our fundamental.mission which is to advance the health.and well-being of the communities we.serve and i think we've done a pretty.good job at getting there.so our community has come together and.developed an integrated educational.and response system that meets the needs.of our schools residents and community.the county has stepped up to help us do.this work the schools are engaged.including.superintendent bramisky and hempfield.but all the school districts have.signed on as partners with us the iu13.has helped.to coordinate especially with ppe and.other issues that are important to.schools.and we at penn medicine lgh will.leverage all our resources to be.available guide and distill information.and we've developed educational.resources and protocols so.i see this as a multi-functional.engagement.we will take experts from the hospital.side.that will help us work with department.of health.and distill guidance but we also have.school-based health clinics and sports.medicine physicians.and our extensive primary care base that.interacts with all of you in the.community.so this is very much a back and forth.it's very much.integrated and i think does a lot to.mitigate risk in our county.so this is just a screenshot of some of.the resources that we've already.produced.we're updating this on a daily basis as.new guidance comes out we're updating.our protocols.and this is something that the school.districts will have access to.in times of need so.i'll end there thank you very much.for listening i hope i didn't produce.more.questions than answers sometimes that.happens.i hope i provided you a.fundamental groundwork for how you can.determine risk and my goal is really to.empower us all to think about.what opening schools means for us.individually and corporately.and i'm continuing to be heartened.daily by the way that the lancaster.community has come together.to really solve the daunting problems we.face.and hopefully we'll move the discussion.beyond yes or no.and more into a discussion of well what.are the risks.and how can we deal with those risks as.as they are presented to us.so again thank you very much for.allowing me to speak and.i'll take any questions great and so.panel or so all of our attendees you can.certainly use the chat box.um and post those questions and as.they're coming in dr martin i'll just.start with uh one for you.um knowing that um you're leading up the.context racing team.and the question that's coming in at.this point.is what will that look like for schools.like who will be the primary contact.for um you know the contact racing or if.communication needs to go out we know.we'll be working with the department of.health but who specifically.you know will pems lgh team members be.looking to connect with.is it the certified school nurses the.principal someone else.so um we are defining.uh a process on our end by which.an identified person from the schools.will have access to.24 7. doh.has specifically said that they want to.be involved in contact tracing.in the school we have firmly.carved out the space for community.contacts.so those are clearly defined the issue.at times comes in.where if one of our providers orders a.test.they're watching their in-basket in the.electronic medical record.closely to see when that test has.resulted and oftentimes we get the.result of that test.prior to it being given to uh department.of health although there's an electronic.interface so they should get it.uh quickly as well uh but there are.times where.locally we can respond quicker with some.guidance.so we have decided that.there will be times when we may need to.make.quick decisions without having doh.fully investigate the case these may.involve.quarantine of sports teams they may.involve.quarantine or isolation of specific.cases.but the caveat is when doh.does do a full investigation of that.case they may change the guidance that.we give.but i think that in in many of these.instances we may be able to give.guidance hours days quicker than what.you may get from doh.and we may err on the side of caution.if the risk of canceling a practice for.a sports team.seems low if there's a potential case in.that sports team.that may be something that we would.recommend again with the caveat that.department of health may change that.guidance when they get to the case.uh investigation two days.or uh hours or days later so.um it's kind of a tricky dance uh.right now but uh our feeling is that we.do have an.ethical and moral uh imperative uh to.act quickly if we see.a situation that seems dangerous.and then a question that has come in.where are we able to access the forms.you showed in the presentation such as.the printables for health rooms and.classrooms.that i can actually answer very easily.all the superintendents across the.county have been working and.collaborating.and they all have the link to this.particular google drive where we can.access the information so every district.is working.with their teams to determine how.they're sharing that information out.so if you are one of the in one of the.16 school districts.um i would reach out to either your.building administrator or district.administrator to inquire about it.if you have questions there if you're.one of our non-public partners.the schools are working to provide that.collaboration as well as the iu is also.forwarding information.out to the administrators of our.non-public schools.and i would i would just add that we are.in the process.of engaging our our primary care base as.well our family doctors and.pediatricians.so that they have access to the.standardized protocols.again it's about trying to keep messages.on the same page it's about trying to.standardize the approach so that we.don't have.uh one-offs occurring all over the.county when schools open up.and we're committed to doing that.all right i don't see any other.questions coming in um.but dr martin i do thank you i thank you.for the um.the approach to the question of is it.safe to open schools and i think looking.at it from.not only a risk mitigation standpoint.but kind of that risk factors as you.talked about kind of a risk assessment.is very critical.uh and again we're just really.appreciative of the partnership uh the.willingness to plan together.be able to answer those questions for.schools and to determine next steps and.taking things one step at a time so.thank you for your time today.one more question just came in is there.a simple mask.cleaning guide you are directing folks.to use they're concerned about the lack.of.cleaning of the masks being done at home.um well we can we can.we can take that question and and talk.about it i.just off hand here i think it depends on.the type of mask that you're using.obviously it's hard to clean a.a regular surgical mask versus a.cloth mask we have engaged in.cleaning n95 masks through a.through a process in order to try to.save ppe.so that would be a question i i guess i.would have to take offline.and pass around to our folks in this in.this collaborative process.and and and try to come up with a.recommendation.all right dr martin thank you for your.time today and thank you for all of the.attendees who are joining from across.our county uh we greatly appreciate.it and we'll be offering this session.again.friday morning at 9 30. so have a great.rest of your day.thank you very much everybody.

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  4. Select the link of the document and tick the option 'Open in e-sign'.
  5. Pick the option of 'My Signature'.
  6. Customize your signature and put it in the document where you go for.

After including your e-sign, fax your document or share with your team members. Additionally, CocoSign present its users the options to merge PDFs and add more than one signee.

How to create an electronic signature for the GuestStudent Dance Contract Form Hempfield Area School District in Gmail?

These days, businesses have revamped their method and evolved to being paperless. This involves the forming an agreement through emails. You can easily e-sign the GuestStudent Dance Contract Form Hempfield Area School District without logging out of your Gmail account.

Follow the guides below:

  1. Save the CocoSign extension from Google Chrome Web store.
  2. Open the document that needs to be e-signed.
  3. Pick the "Sign” option and put your signature.
  4. Pick 'Done' and your signed document will be attached to your draft mail produced by the e-signature program of CocoSign.

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How to create an e-signature for the GuestStudent Dance Contract Form Hempfield Area School District straight from your smartphone?

Smartphones have substantially replaced the PCs and laptops in the past 10 years. In order to fulfilled your needs, CocoSign allows to work more productively via your personal mobile phone.

A great internet connection is all you need on your mobile phone and you can e-sign your GuestStudent Dance Contract Form Hempfield Area School District using the tap of your finger. Follow the guides below:

  1. Press the website of CocoSign and create an account.
  2. After that, tick and upload the document that you need to get e-signed.
  3. Pick the "My signature" option.
  4. Type and apply your signature to the document.
  5. Review the document and tap 'Done'.

It takes you in no time to include an e-signature to the GuestStudent Dance Contract Form Hempfield Area School District from your mobile phone. Check or share your form in your way.

How to create an e-signature for the GuestStudent Dance Contract Form Hempfield Area School District on iOS?

The iOS users would be happy to know that CocoSign present an iOS app to aid them. If an iOS user needs to e-sign the GuestStudent Dance Contract Form Hempfield Area School District, put to use the CocoSign program now.

Here's guideline include an electronic signature for the GuestStudent Dance Contract Form Hempfield Area School District on iOS:

  1. Insert the application from Apple Store.
  2. Register for an account either by your email address or via social account of Facebook or Google.
  3. Upload the document that needs to be signed.
  4. Press the part where you want to sign and pick the option 'Insert Signature'.
  5. Place your signature as you prefer and place it in the document.
  6. You can fax it or upload the document on the Cloud.

How to create an electronic signature for the GuestStudent Dance Contract Form Hempfield Area School District on Android?

The huge popularity of Android phones users has given rise to the development of CocoSign for Android. You can include the program for your Android phone from Google Play Store.

You can include an e-signature for GuestStudent Dance Contract Form Hempfield Area School District on Android following these guides:

  1. Login to the CocoSign account through email address, Facebook or Google account.
  2. Select your PDF file that needs to be signed electronically by ticking on the "+” icon.
  3. Press the part where you need to include your signature and put it in a pop up window.
  4. Finalize and adjust it by ticking the '✓' symbol.
  5. Save the changes.
  6. Check and share your document, as desired.

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