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2022-2023 COVID Guidance for Parents/Guardians

Updated 8/17/22

There is no longer any difference in recommendations between those who are vaccinated and those who are unvaccinated.

Isolation:

  • 5 days from the onset of symptoms(the first day of symptoms is counted as day zero)

  • May return to school on day 6, as long as student is fever-free for more than 24 hours AND symptoms are improving

  • Student is asked to wear a mask through day 10 

There is no longer a recommendation for quarantine of siblings/others living in the same household(close contacts)

Symptomatic students:

  • Students who become symptomatic at school will be given a mask and sent home to begin isolation.  You are encouraged to have your student tested for COVID-19 but it is NOT mandatory.

Absence from school.  

  • You will need to write a note for your student to miss school.  If it is due to COVID those 5 days will be excused.  If your student should get a COVID-like illness for a second time, you will need a doctor’s note(so as not to abuse attendance).

This guidance comes directly from the CDC and can be found at the link below.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/k-12-childcare-guidance.html