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Winter Quarter COVID-19 Cases

1/2/22: One case: Anyone considered a “Close Contact” has been contacted by Kittitas Public Health. The case was due to exposure to COVID-19 outside of the school. No further action is necessary.

1/5/22: Five cases: Anyone considered a “Close Contact” has been contacted by Kittitas Public Health. The cases were due to exposure to COVID-19 outside of the school. No further action is necessary.

1/10/22: Six cases: Anyone considered a “Close Contact” has been contacted by Kittitas Public Health. The cases were due to exposure to COVID-19 outside of the school. No further action is necessary.

1/11/22: One case: Anyone considered a “Close Contact” has been contacted by Kittitas Public Health. The case was due to exposure to COVID-19 outside of the school. No further action is necessary.

1/15/22: One case: Anyone considered a “Close Contact” has been contacted by Kittitas Public Health. The case was due to exposure to COVID-19 outside of the school. No further action is necessary.

1/18/22: Five Cases: Anyone considered a “Close Contact” has been contacted by Kittitas Public Health. The cases were due to exposure to COVID-19 outside of the school. No further action is necessary.

1/19/22:  Two Cases: Anyone considered a “Close Contact” has been contacted by Kittitas Public Health. The cases were due to exposure to COVID-19 outside of the school. No further action is necessary.

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School Reopening & COVID-19 Rules/Precautions

NEW Letter to Parents – January 14, 2021 – English | Español

Health Letter for Parents – English | Español

Annual Health Attestation – English | Español

COVID-19 Rapid Testing Consent Form for Students – English | Español

COVID-19 Testing Sites in Kittitas County – English | Español

Authorization to Release COVID-19 Test Results

Symptom Decision Tree – What to Do if a Person is Symptomatic at School?

Kittitas County Public Health Department:
Kittitas County Public Health Department
Changes to COVID-19 Testing and Isolation Guidelines – November 9, 2021
Parents’ COVID-19 Guide for 2021-2022 School Year – November 23, 2021

What to do if a student is symptomaticQué hacer si un estudiante es sintomático

COVID-19 Health Information

First Aid for Feelings – English | Español

Taking Care of Your Mental Health in the Face of Uncertainty

Novel Coronavirus Fact Sheet – English | Español

Family Hand washing – English | Español

US Centers for Disease Control

Washington State Department of Health

Fall Quarter COVID-19 Cases

9/14/21: Three cases: Anyone considered a “Close Contact” has been contacted by Kittitas Public Health. The cases were due to exposure to COVID-19 outside of the school. No further action is necessary.

9/26/21: One case: Anyone considered a “Close Contact” has been contacted by Kittitas Public Health. The case was due to exposure to COVID-19 outside of the school. No further action is necessary.

9/28/21: One case: Anyone considered a “Close Contact” has been contacted by Kittitas Public Health. The case is being investigated as to where exposure to COVID-19 occurred. No further action is necessary.

10/1/21: One case: Anyone considered a “Close Contact” has been contacted by Kittitas Public Health. The case has been investigated as to where exposure to COVID-19 occurred.

10/5/21: One Case: Anyone considered a “Close Contact” has been contacted by Kittitas Public Health.  The case was due to exposure to COVID-19 outside of the school.

10/7/21: One Case:  Anyone considered a “Close Contact” has been contacted by Kittitas Public Health. The case was due to exposure to COVID-19 outside of the school. No further action is necessary.

October 8thLetter to Parents

10/8/21: One case: all those considered a close contact have been notified by Kittitas County Public Health Department. This case was due to exposure outside of school.

11/09/21: One Case: Anyone considered a “Close Contact” has been contacted by Kittitas Public Health. The case was due to exposure to COVID-19 outside of the school. No further action is necessary.

11/14/21: One Case: all those considered a close contact have been notified by Kittitas County Public Health Department.  This case was due to an exposure outside of school.

11/29/21: One Case: all those considered a close contact have been notified by Kittitas County Public Health Department.  This case was due to an exposure outside of school.