• Have questions about what to do when your child is sick?  What symptoms do I look for?  Should we be tested or stay out of school? Please hit on the following link to see the flowsheet our district is using as guidelines from the Skagit County Public Health Department: 

    Skagit County Public Health COVID-19 Screening and Illness Flowchart(revised 8/25/21)

    Need Help during quarantine?   Care Connect Washington is a program for people who have either tested positive for COVID-19 or been exposed and need support to isolate or quarantine at home.  please visit the following link from the WA State Department of Health for more information:  CareConnectWashington

    COVID Flowsheet  

COVID-19 Dashboard for La Conner School District

  • COVID-19 positive case notification protocol:

    We work closely with the health department when there is a confirmed case associated with our schools. Here are the steps we follow for confirmed cases of COVID-19.

    1. When we learn of a case of COVID-19, we first confirm with the health department that the confirmed case is associated with our schools.
    2. Our district has COVID safety teams who help initiate contact tracing. If there are close contacts of a confirmed case, we work with the health department to notify staff and parents/guardians that there has been contact with a confirmed case.
    3. The next steps are determined by the health department, which may include recommendations for COVID testing, isolation, and/or quarantine. We communicate directly to impacted staff and families and share resources according to the guidance of the health department.
    4. In some cases, a group of students will shift to remote learning for a period of time designated by the health department.  

    The COVID safety team utilizes a confidential contact tracing dashboard we use in collaboration with the department of health to track families who are in quarantine/isolation and students with symptoms. If you have not directly been contacted by the team then you are not considered a close contact.  

COVID Information