COVID Resources and Information

  • We are excited to kick off the 2022-23 school year and provide you with updated COVID information. Much of the guidance from the Department of Health remains similar to last spring. for a complete review of all DOH requirements, visit K-12 Requirements and Guidance.  

  • Summary of guidance for the 2022-23 school year:

    If there is an exposure:

    • Exposed students and staff may continue to take part in all in-person instruction and care, including sports, performing arts, and other extracurricular activities, as long as they do not have symptoms or test positive.
    • Contact tracing is no longer required
    • If an exposed student or staff member develops symptoms, they should test and are still required to immediately isolate at home and follow the guidance on the flow chart

    Masks:

    • Masks are optional this year. If you have had COVID or been exposed to COVID it is recommended you wear a mask on days 6 through 10 if you return to school after the end of you 5-day isolation

    Notification:

    • A district dashboard will be used to notify of cases
    • There is no longer a requirement to directly notify medically fragile, immunocompromised or high risk of potential exposure

    Testing

    • The district will still ensure access to testing. If your child gets sick at school and needs to be tested, you will be given a test kit if you need one. 

     

    FAQ for COVID for 2022-23 school year:

     

  • What do I do if I test positive? (students, staff and volunteers)

  • What are the symptoms of COVID?

  • When can I return to school if I had COVID or was exposed to COVID?

  • Who do I tell if my student gets COVID?

  • What do I do if I have been exposed to COVID?

  • Do we have to wear masks this year?

  • Where can I get COVID tests if I need them?

  • What about.....field trips, PE, band, etc.