9-1-2022 - Back to School Plan
If a person tests positive, we highly encourage them to report the Positive Covid-19 Test Result to the County Public Health as well as the School District for Department of Public Instruction (DPI) and Federal Education Reporting.
Safe Educational Environment
In-person 5 days/week learning format
Limit stress/disruption for students, staff, and parents
Communicate quickly, appropriately, and respectfully
Face Coverings / Masks
The School District of Wild Rose will recommend, but not require persons to wear masks in district buildings.
*It is highly recommended, but not required, that persons with any symptoms wear a mask.
100% In Person - 5 days/week
If a student is isolated or quarantined, posting of materials and assignments will be through a virtual/remote option
A live full-time virtual option will not be available.
We have partnered with our Website Provider (Apptegy) to contract the ROOMS service to increase communication between home and school
COVID-19 Positive (Isolation)
Person Tests Positive
Stay at home for 5 days
After 5 days
Return to school if you are symptom-free for 24 hours
Recommended to wear a mask for 5 additional days
If you have a fever, continue to stay home until the fever resolves
Close Contact (Quarantine)
Students, Staff, and Visitors may come to school as long as they are symptom-free for 24 hours.
District Contact Tracing
When necessary, District contact tracing will be administered by members of the administration, school nurse, or County Health Department
Cleaning and Sanitation
Frequent cleaning of common surfaces and spaces
Hand sanitizer stations
Try to maintain social distancing whenever possible
COVID-19 Infection Control and Mitigation
Reminder: No one should enter a SDWR facility and/or vehicle if they are ill, have symptoms related to COVID-19, or have been in close contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19
Reminder: It is essential that parents provide accurate Emergency Contacts when registering their children for school and continue to keep us updated with any changes
Visitors who have tested positive MUST REFRAIN from entering the schools or attending school events (Athletics, Parent/Teacher Conferences, Open House, Field Trips, etc.)
School, local, state, or federal officials can make changes to this document at any time. If any changes are made, the public/community will be notified. This may include, but is not limited to, closing a classroom, school, or building and required Virtual Live Instruction and/or required masking of students and staff.
1/28/2022 - UPDATED COVID-19 Close Contact Quarantine Protocol
As we continue to review and analyze the SDWR Covid-19 mitigation processes and protocols on a regular basis we have decided to move forward with an update/change to our Quarantine- Close Contact protocol. We are moving to an optional Quarantine/Close Contact protocol for all identified close contacts at school. Please see the description below and please view the link to the Flow Chart and Example Notification Email.
The School District of Wild Rose will move to the following protocol effective Monday, January 31st, 2022:
Close Contacts - Quarantine
Close contact to a household positive: quarantine for 5 days, test on day 5, and return to school as early as day 6. Day 1 for close contacts in the home is day 6 for the positive case. Meaning a positive case and close contact could both potentially be back in school on positive case day 11. The School Nurse will be contacting the household to work with the family to determine the return dates.
All other close contacts identified at school: optional quarantine - they can either come to school, stay in school, or quarantine for 7 days (no test) and return on day 8. The individual must be symptom-free for 24 hours. All notifications of close contacts will be emailed to the email address that is in our Skyward Information System. Please make sure you update any email addresses in Skyward or contact the school office.
What can we do to lessen the chance of infection and/or lessen the chance of sickness if infected:
Everyone should be monitoring for Covid-19 symptoms on a daily basis, for our safety and those around us. Please continue to use the Home-Health Checklist on a daily basis.
Do not come to school/work if you have Covid-19 symptoms (determined through monitoring). When students and staff are not feeling well, please report your symptoms to the school nurse and stay home until symptom-free for 24 hours.
Per a Federal Order - Masks will continue to be required on all district-provided transportation including school vans and school buses until the Federal Order is lifted.
1/14/2022 - UPDATED - SDWR COVID-19 Mitigation Process - Illness & Exposure
8/30/2021 - BUS ROUTES 2021-2022
Summer 2021 - Online Registration for All Continuing Students Letter
Summer 2021 - Open House 2021 Letter