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.
- 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.
- Our district has a 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.
- 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.
- 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 collabortion with the department of health to track families who are in quarentine/isolation and students with symptoms.
As students, staff, and visitors arrive at the campus they will go through a health screening process to screen for symptoms of COVID
Daily COVID health screening form
If they pass the screening they will then get a bracelet with a different color coordinating with the day of the week.
For more information on symptoms of COVID-19 and a self symptom checker please visit:
How is COVID spread??
Video on aerosolizing transmission https://www.
RITE AID IS NOW GIVING FREE COVID-19 TESTS TO AGES 4 AND UP AS OF 2/16/2021
Below are charts to reference if you have/had any COVID symptoms that are NOT attributed to an underlying condition or any exposure to COVID-19.
When am I okay to return??
COVID vaccine information: Phase finder, vaccine locations and FAQ
COVID ASSISTANCE HOTLINE:
WA State risk assesment dashboard (COVID-19 cases per county):
UPDATED COVID TESTING INFORMATION:
Skagit County Drive Through Test Site
The test site will re-open at the new location at the Skagit County Fairgrounds on Wednesday November 18. See the excerpt from the press release:
Skagit’s drive through test site will continue to be open to anyone who lives or works in Skagit County who feels they need to be tested for COVID-19. Residents coming to the new test site at the Fairgrounds will enter through the South Gate. The address is:
501 Taylor Street Mount Vernon, WA 98273
The test site hours will also be adjusted beginning on Wednesday, November 18. The site will be open:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday from 12: 00 p.m. -7:00 p.m.
FIND A TESTING SITE NEAR YOU: