Update: August 8, 2022
The situation concerning COVID-19 remains fluid, and we will update this page and our protocols as needed, according to the latest guidance from the TEA, CDC, and Williamson County and Cities Health District.
Wearing masks is up to your preference. People with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19 should wear a mask and follow quarantine/isolation guidelines.
See mask recommendations from the CDC.
The general COVID-19 dashboard count will no longer be shared on the website as of 8/2022. See complete health and safety protocols here.
What do I do if my student tests positive for COVID-19?
- If your student will be absent, report the absence via email.
- Please email our Health Team at [email protected] to report a positive test for your student.
As of August 1, we do not yet know if the Remote Conference option will be available this year to address the educational needs of students who are isolating at home due to a positive case for COVID-19 or are quarantining due to close contact. As with any absence, parents and guardians may contact their student’s teachers to pick up homework for their student.
Students who have tested positive for COVID-19 may return to school once ALL of these measures have been met:
- At least five days have passed since the symptoms began and
- They are 24 hours fever-free (temp of 100𐩑 F or higher) without using fever-reducing medication; and
- Improved symptoms (cough, difficulty breathing, etc.)
- Loss of taste and smell may persist and need not delay the end of isolation