Reopening Plan

Monitoring COVID-19

COVID-19 Exposure and Quarantine

COVID FAQ

COVID-19 Testing and Reporting

  • Students will be required to get tested as soon as possible after they develop one or more COVID-19 symptoms or if one of their household members or non-household close contacts tested positive for COVID-19.
  • If a student exhibits symptoms of COVID-19, the parent/guardian should contact their health care provider to have the student tested and should not bring the student to school until the parent/guardian can provide documentation of a negative test result to school administration.
  • In lieu of a negative test result, symptomatic students will be allowed to return to work/school with a medical note by a California licensed physician that provides alternative explanations for symptoms and reason for not ordering COVID-19 testing.

Positive Test Results

  • Parents/guardians are required to notify school administration immediately if the student or staff tested positive for COVID-19 or if one of their household members or non-household close contacts tested positive for COVID-19.
  • Per the Public Health Order, we are required to report all positive COVID-19 cases and provide the appropriate follow up.

Notifications

Parents/Guardians will be notified if their child has been exposed to a confirmed case.  You will only be notified if there has been a possible exposure or a confirmed case based on the Santa Clara County Public Health Department Guidelines. You may hear of a positive case at your child’s school, however, if you are not notified by the district your child was not exposed. 

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