School districts around the country are ramping up guidance for parents and students on the coronavirus outbreak, while educators are also combating misinformation and bullying targeted at Asian students.

At Chalkbeat, we want to know how districts are preparing in case the outbreak spreads closer to home and how schools are handling racism and bullying related to coronavirus.

As of Friday afternoon, the U.S. had recorded at least 250 cases of the novel coronavirus confirmed by lab tests and 14 deaths, according to a New York Times database. The Centers for Disease Control and other health authorities have urged school districts to prepare for the disease to spread.