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COVID-19 Resources

The health and safety of our students, staff and families is always a top priority. Please see the information below for updates about COVID-19 disseminated by the school district, and state and federal agencies. 


On March 1, the CDC officially revised and simplified its COVID-19 guidance for how long individuals should isolate themselves from others. Most notably, the updated guidelines discontinue the requirements for a five-day quarantine.

If you are sick:

Stay home and away from others (including people you live with who are not sick) if you have respiratory virus symptoms that aren’t better explained by another cause. These symptoms can include fever, chills, fatigue, cough, runny nose, and headache, among others*.  If you have early to latent symptoms of a respiratory illness or tested positive for COVID-19, please review the CDC’s Updated Guidance

You can go back to your normal activities when, for at least 24 hours, both are true:

  • Your symptoms are getting better overall, and
  • You have not had a fever (and are not using fever-reducing medication).

When you go back to your normal activities, take added precautions over the next 5 days, such as taking additional steps for cleaner airhygienemasksphysical distancing, and/or testing when you will be around other people indoors.

  • Remember that even if you are feeling better, you may still be able to spread the virus that made you sick. Depending on factors like how long you were sick, you are likely to be less contagious at this time.
  • If you develop a fever or start to feel worse after you have gone back to normal activities, stay home and away from others again until, for at least 24 hours, both are true: your symptoms are improving overall, and you have not had a fever (and are not using fever-reducing medication). Then, take added precautions for the next 5 days.

*Symptoms may include, but are not limited to, chest discomfort, chills, cough, decrease in appetite, diarrhea, fatigue (tiredness), fever or feeling feverish, headache, muscle or body aches, new loss of taste or smell, runny or stuffy nose, sneezing, sore throat, vomiting, weakness, and wheezing.

Where to Send Your Questions

We created and continuously updated our Contact Guidewhere you can find the correct person to contact for a variety of concerns that may come up throughout the year. Additionally, the guide includes contact information for several administrators and staff.

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