COVID Update: October 8, 2021

Warren County remains in a “High” community transmission zone. Here is a summary COVID update for Friday, 10/8, using the best information that has been reported to us, either by a local health department or by parents/guardians/employees. Remember that if any confirmed case requires a mandatory quarantine of other students or adults, we have already …

COVID Update: October 7, 2021

Warren County remains in a “High” community transmission zone. Here is a summary COVID update for Thursday, 10/7, using the best information that has been reported to us, either by a local health department or by parents/guardians/employees. Remember that if any confirmed case requires a mandatory quarantine of other students or adults, we have already …

COVID Update: October 5, 2021

Dear Families: Warren County remains in a “High” community transmission zone. Here is a summary COVID update for Tuesday, 10/5, using the best information that has been reported to us, either by a local health department or by parents/guardians/employees. Remember that if any confirmed case requires a mandatory quarantine of other students or adults, we …

COVID Update: October 4, 2021

Dear Faculty, Staff, and Families: Warren County remains in a “High” community transmission zone. Here is a summary COVID update for Monday, 10/4, using the best information that has been reported to us since Friday, either by a local health department or by parents/guardians/employees. Remember that if any confirmed case requires a mandatory quarantine of …

COVID Update: October 1, 2021

Dear Faculty, Staff, and Families: Warren County remains in a “High” community transmission zone. Here is a summary COVID update for Friday, 10/1, using the best information that has been reported to us, either by a local health department or by parents/guardians/employees. Remember that if any confirmed case requires a mandatory quarantine of other students …

Parents: Watch for symptoms in your children

Dear Parents and Guardians: While we *love* having all of our students together, learning and thriving in our buildings, we need your assistance on a specific concern. Our school nurses are seeing many children coming to school with obvious head colds, stomach bugs, and “allergies” that haven’t been documented by the child’s pediatrician. Please, DO …

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