COVID-19 Health and Safety, 2021 - 2022 School Year

Vaccine

COVID-19 Vaccines now available for children age 5+
Vaccines for ages 5+ are also accessible at the pop-up vaccine clinic on December 9, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm at the Marysville Tulalip Campus located on 27th Avenue, Tulalip. The Department of Health will provide vaccines for individuals ages 5 - 11, and 12 - adult. Click HERE for more information. Snohomish Health District vaccine information and locator information:

Sno County Vaccine Locator

Kids

COMMUNICATIONS

Review resource links below for COVID-19 health and safety information and reporting guidelines.

RESOURCES

SYMPTOM TRACKER

COVID-19 VACCINE POP-UP CLINIC, FREE. OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY.

December 9, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm at the Marysville Tulalip Campus located on 27th Avenue, Tulalip. The Department of Health will provide vaccines for individuals ages 5 - 11, and 12 - adult. Click HERE for more information.

COVID-19 Data Dashboard

COVID-19 Screening Protocols

COVID-19 Reporting Guidelines and Flowchart

COVID-19 Health Reporting Forms
Use the health reporting form ONLY to report COVID-19 symptoms or a close contact exposure to someone COVID positive.

COVID-19 Health and Safety Handbook

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Rapid Test Consent Form

Health Info

COVID-19 SYMPTOMS

  • Fever/Chills

  • Cough

  • Shortness of breath/Difficulty breathing

  • Fatigue

  • Muscle/Body aches

  • Headache

  • New loss of taste/smell

  • Sore throat

  • Congestion/Runny nose

  • Nausea/vomiting & diarrhea

CONTACTS

Tracy Souza
Director of COVID-19 Health, Safety, and Well-Being
(360) 965-0076

COVID Response Team
(360) 965-0280

Nurses Office Phone Line
(360) 965-2059

Brooke Chubinsky
COVID Response Team Support
(360) 965-2065

HEALTH AND SAFETY INFORMATION

Our schools opened this fall with 100% in-person teaching and learning and we are excited to welcome each of our students back to school! In order to make sure that we can provide in-person instruction, we must follow the requirements set out by Governor Inslee and the Washington State Health Department. These requirements include a variety of protections related to masking, social distancing, isolation, and quarantine rules.  Most notably, students and staff will be required to wear masks while indoors to start the year. Please be assured we will continue to monitor the guidance from OSPI and the WA State Department of Health and will notify families and staff of any changes.

Isolation/Quarantine Q & A (See the COVID-19 Health and Safety Handbook for more information)

Q: What happens if my child develops symptoms of COVID-19 while at school?

A: If your child develops symptoms of COVID-19 at school, the school must isolate the individual and send him/her home as soon as feasible. 

Q: What if my child is fully vaccinated and exposed to someone who tests positive for COVID-19? 

A: If your child is fully vaccinated and is not developing any symptoms, your child does not need to isolate or quarantine.  

Q: Has the definition of “close contact” changed?

A: Close contact is defined as someone who was within three feet of the student with COVID-19 for at least 15 cumulative minutes over a 24-hour period during the time the student with COVID-19 was infectious.  

Q: When should my child or staff be isolated?

A: Isolation occurs when someone has been confirmed with COVID-19 or has COVID-19 symptoms. If the individual has symptoms of COVID-19, she/he may end isolation after at least 24 hours with no symptoms, and no fever without using fever-reducing medications. 

Q: What if my child tests positive for COVID-19, regardless of symptoms? 

A: The isolation may end after at least 10 days have passed since the date of the first positive COVID-19 test and the individual has not had any subsequent illness. 

Q: When should students or staff quarantine and for how long?

A: Individuals who are not fully vaccinated must continue to quarantine.  The safest option is to quarantine for 14 days after last contact.  If 14 days is not possible, then the individual may quarantine for 10 days after last contact.  The individual need not obtain a negative COVID-19 test to practice a 10- or 14-day quarantine unless they develop symptoms. 

COVID-19 Reporting Flow Chart