• COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

    Information is always being updated so check back often.

General COVID-19 Information - FAQ

  • How does the school district come up with their COVID-19 protocols and rules?

  • What is the difference between isolation and quarantine?

  • What kind of test is accepted by the schools?

  • What is the difference between a PCR and a home (antigen) test?

  • Why are so many vaccinated people testing positive for COVID-19? Does this mean the vaccines aren’t working?

  • My child has had 1 dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Is he/she fully vaccinated?

Symptomatic Students - FAQ

  • My child is not feeling well. Can he/she go to school? Does he/she need to get tested?

  • My child had COVID-19 in the last 90 days, but is having symptoms again. What should I do?

  • My child has been in close contact with a case of COVID-19 and now has symptoms. What should I do?

Positive COVID-19 Test Results - FAQ

  • My child tested positive on an at-home test. What should I do?

  • How do I calculate what day my child can return to school?

  • Does my child need a negative test to return to school after being positive?

  • I tested my child on day 5 of their isolation, and they are still positive. Can they still return on day 6?

  • It is day 5 and my child’s symptoms are better, but they still have some symptoms. Tomorrow is day 6. Should I send him/her to school tomorrow?

Close Contacts - FAQ

  • My child has been in contact with someone with COVID and is fully vaccinated. Can he/she come to school?

  • My child is NOT fully vaccinated and has been in contact with a case of COVID-19. How long does my child have to quarantine?

  • My child is a close contact and now has symptoms. What should I do?

  • My child had COVID-19 in the last 90 days, and came in contact with a positive case of COVID-19. Does he/she need to quarantine?

  • Someone in our household has tested positive for COVID-19. When can my child return to school?

  • What happens if my child is a close contact to a case in school?