Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

May 16 - District-wide Evacuation Drill at 1:15 pm.

May 24 and May 28, 2024 will be give back snow days.
There's NO SCHOOL May 24 through and including May 28, 2024.  Students will return to school on Wednesday, May 29, 2024 following the Memorial Day break.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

8-2022 Highlights:

• Students and staff exposed to COVID will not have to quarantine. People who were exposed to COVID-19 should follow CDC recommendations to wear a well-fitting mask for 10 days after the exposure and get tested.

• “Test to stay” will end—students will no longer be required to receive a COVID test if exposed to an infected person.

• Students and staff who test positive for COVID-19 should isolate for 5 days at home. Those with symptoms may resume attending school after 5 days if they are fever-free without fever reducing medicine for 24 hours and their symptoms are improving and they wear a mask through day 10. CDC guidance indicates that people can use the test-based strategy outlined in its isolation guidance to potentially shorten the duration of post-isolation mask use. Please read the FAQ on these points.

• Universal masking is not required at this time. Local health departments have authority to implement masking requirements.

• Schools will no longer be required to offer or conduct screening testing.

• Schools are not required to test unvaccinated staff.

• Schools are not required to report daily test results to DOH. Schools which operate under a limited service laboratory (LSL) will be required to report positive case results as they occur.

• Schools will not be required to conduct contact tracing.

The new state guidance is silent on issues regarding employee leave time.

No Monkeypox-related requirements are planned for school operations. Commissioner Bassett said that she did not see schools as a setting where Monkeypox transmission is a risk.

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