Roads could be closed at pick-up and drop-off times, pupils could be asked to wipe down desks themselves and break times could be staggered when Moray schools resume in August.
The possibilities have been included in blueprints drawn up by the council to make changes to limit the risk of Covid-19 spreading.
Education officers have set a target of 50% attendance within buildings as part of a “phased” approach that will continue to include some learning at home.
However, warnings have been issued that the approach will significantly vary between communities due to differing pupil numbers and layouts.
Yesterday Moray MSP Richard Lochhead and Tim Eagle, leader of the council’s Conservative group, both called for clarity about arrangements for parents.
Moray Council has said that individual schools will contact families to tell them what plans will be – with not all of the suggestions being applied in each location.
Other issues raised in the blueprint include restrictions on staff and pupils who are shielding to attend and more cleaning of surfaces including stair rails, switches and taps
Parents have also been encouraged to make requests for transport by the end of the month to ensure arrangements, including larger vehicles and double runs, continue to be made safely.
Mr Lochhead said: “We know this won’t be the normal start to term that kids and teachers are used to, and whatever arrangements are put in place will only be temporary and for as brief a time as possible.
“However, it is really important that plans are shared with parents and pupils as early as possible, so there’s time for any issues to be ironed out and any anxieties to be addressed before the schools go back.”
Mr Eagle said: “Many parents are being asked to return to work and will need childcare if their local school is only operating part of the time.
“But If we end up with lots of young people in childcare or in hubs then there is an argument they may as well be in school.
“This debate is about recognising there are many stories out there, and to ignore anyone’s view is wrong and as, our strategic documents say, it is important to consider the views of parents.”
A Moray Council spokeswoman said: “Moray Council’s recovery plan for education will be considered at an emergency cabinet meeting on June 24.
“The plan has been developed in consultation with staff, families and unions to ensure a safe return to education for all.”