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COVid central communication

 January 21, 2022 Approximately 3:35pm

A non-injury accident occurred today on the Pink Panther Bus Route. The bus was rear ended. Our driver was not at fault. All students and staff are safe.
Thank you emergency services, state patrol, staff, students and parents for your support and patience

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  *Confirmed Cases after 1-18-2022 reflects a reporting change to the total reported positive cases for our whole student body (not restricted as previously to students who were potentially infectious in school).

** In-School Exposures now reflects only High Risk exposures as designated on page 2 of the Clallam County Return to School Flow Chart.

         
 Click Here             Return to School Flowchart 11.29.2021
             Symptom Decision Tree      Return to School Flow Chart updated 1.7

For COVID Exposure concerns, or if you are having COVID symptoms: refer to page 1 of the Clallam County Flowchart posted above.

 If Your Home COVID Test Is Positive:
You should assume you are infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 and take measures to get care you need and isolate away from others- weather or not you are fully vaccinated.

Positive results for self-tests should be reported to the Department of Health  (DOH) by calling 1-800-525-0127. DOH’s hotline personnel can guide callers through any questions they may have and will complete any needed contact tracing.
Tell your close contacts that they may have been exposed to COVID-19. An infected person can spread COVID-19 starting 48 hours (or 2 days) before the person has any symptoms or tests positive. By letting your close contacts know they may have been exposed to COVID-19, you are helping to protect everyone. Notify your school. Student athletes must notify their coach. 

Sequim School COVID Central can be reached at:
 
covidcentral@sequimschools.org 
or by phone at 360-582-3433, when they open at 9:00am on Monday January 3, 2021.

 https://www.doh.wa.gov/Portals/1/Documents/1600/coronavirus/420-360-SARSCoV2SelfTesting.pdf
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Sequim School District Announcement
Welcome to COVID Central

The Sequim School District has a “centralized” response to our student’s COVID concerns. COVID Central can be reached at (360) 582-3433 or by email at covidcentral@sequimschools.org, available every school day from 9:00am-3:00pm. If you have information about your student’s COVID concerns, or have questions before 9:00am, please leave a phone message, COVID Central will respond during operating hours. (This may mean a delay in sending your child to school, but delays and absences in attendance for COVID concerns are excused.)

COVID Central will:

  • Help guide families with COVID symptom concerns; Clallam County Return to School Flow Chart,
  • Answer questions related to COVID Travel Guidance & Symptom Decision Tree
  • Intake all COVID test results for students to get authorization to return to school,
  • Manage all District’s Illness Logs (for every school), and
  • Manage teacher/staff and secretary notifications as they pertain to COVID

Incoming Calls:

  • Related to COVID coming into the building’s secretaries and Health rooms will be forwarded to COVID Central.
  • About student absence, for illness or other reasons, not related to COVID still gets reported to your school’s secretary.
COVID Testing Announcement Letter updated 1.13.2022.pdf

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