2021-2022 School Year – COVID-19 Updates
Updates Current as of 1/15/2022
The district has updated several documents related to COVID-19 including:
The District is also in the process of updating procedures in the event your student has tested positive for COVID-19, or has been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please see below:
STUDENTS AND STAFF THAT TEST POSITIVE FOR COVID-19:
Should stay home from school until all of the following are true:
If there have been no symptoms, stay home from school until 5 days have passed since the positive test was collected.
EXPOSURE TO COVID-19:
IF YOU (For Staff) or YOUR STUDENT ARE EXPOSED TO COVID 19 at School:
If at any time during this period you develop symptoms you should get a test and stay home until the criteria that have been listed above have been met.
STAFF OR STUDENTS WHO ARE EXPOSED AT HOME AND/OR OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL:
Please follow the directions of your medical provider.
Updated CDC Recommendations from December 27, 2021 can be found here: https://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2021/s1227-isolation-quarantine-guidance.html
Updated Wyoming Department of Health Recommendation can be found here:
ATTENDANCE WHILE IN QUARANTINE
David Nicholas, Superintendent
Every employee at Washakie #1 is fully committed to providing a safe environment for our students. We are confident that all students will experience high levels of learning. And we are so excited to have had our students in school all year – thanks for sharing your children with us!
Please click to review the following links. Updates will be posted as new information comes to the district.
COVID-19 Re-entry Plan – APPROVED
In the event we receive a school closure due to Governor’s order we will return to our approved Adapted Learning Plan: