COVID-19 Daily Screening for K-6 Students to begin this Monday, September 27. More info…

Written by on September 23, 2021

Dear Parents/Guardians,

As we continue to keep our focus on remaining open and providing in-person learning, we are continuing to employ our tiered mitigation approach, including components ranging from face masking and physical distancing, to facilities cleaning and hygiene, to contact tracing and quarantining, to HVAC (ventilation), to surveillance testing and vaccination access. 

In an attempt to further mitigate the impact of COVID-19, a daily health screening will be required for students in grades K-6, who are not eligible to be vaccinated, beginning this Monday, September 27. 

These efforts are put in place so that we can remain open for in person learning and provide all students with opportunities and experiences to help them learn and grow. Like last year, you will receive a daily email, asking you to answer 5 questions, YES or NO. We do not want students coming to school sick or with symptoms that can be spread.

We thank you for your continued support in keeping our students and community safe.

Committed to Excellence,

Dr. L. Oliver Robinson
Superintendent of Schools