- Students sent home or that stay home due to illness must have a negative PCR type Covid-19 test result or an alternate diagnosis from a doctor to return to school. Student must provide a copy of this test to the main office/attendance office.
- If a student is exposed to a positive case of Covid-19 they must quarantine for a minimum of 7 days and have a negative PCR test result on the 5th day or later to return to school. If they are vaccinated and not showing symptoms, they may return or remain in school with proof of vaccination. To be fully vaccinated you must be 2 complete weeks from your second dose of the vaccine.
- If a student tests positive for the Covid-19 virus they must quarantine for a minimum of 10 days. Even if you are vaccinated you must quarantine for a minimum of 10 days. A negative test result is not needed to return to school after 10 days of quarantine due to a positive test result.
- If someone in your household (that you live with) tests positive for the Covid-19 virus the student must remain home for a minimum of 17 days. The 10-day quarantine for the positive person and then a 7-day quarantine due to being exposed to the positive case within your household. If you are vaccinated and not showing symptoms you may remain/return to school with proof of vaccination.
- If there is a positive case in your child's classroom and masks are not worn properly the incident will be treated like an exposure and the student(s) will need to quarantine for a minimum of 7 days with a negative test result on the 5th day or later.