What to do if you have a positive COVID-19 individual in your house and how it affects your student(s)

  1. Contact the schools your child attends
  2. The positive COVID-19 case needs to isolate
  3. When the positive case starts isolating, determine the last contact date for the non-infected household members.
  4.  If the student is Unvaccinated, the student must quarantine at home away from the positive individual. The student should wear a mask and continue to self-monitor through Day 14. They may return to school with a negative COVID-19 test on Day 5 or later from the last time they were in close contact with the household member and may return to school after Day 7. You can find an updated visual to assist with this guidance by clicking on this link: COVID Exposed & NOT Vaccinated - How to Quarantine, or by scrolling down on this webpage.
  5. If the student is Vaccinated, the student may return to school as long as the positive household member continues to isolate. At the same time, they are contagious, and the student wears a mask until they have proof of a negative COVID-19 test or for 14 days. 

    Your child's school building will be able to assist you with navigating return dates and completing school work during these times.

    Reminder: Antibody tests are no longer being accepted as proof of immunity.
Covid 19 Protocols

Covid 19 Protocols

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