See below for a summary of current regulations and where they apply to events.
|Masks Required||Attendance Restrictions||Contact Tracing||Health Screening||Reference|
|In-School (interior)||Yes||Capacity limits; 3’ spacing for students & 6’ spacing for adults||Yes||Yes||Link|
Yes – inside
No – outdoors
|500 people per event||Yes||Yes|
Yes – unvaccinated
No – vaccinated
|20% capacity– unvaccinated 100% capacity – vaccinated||Yes||Yes||Link|
Masks – . Masks should have at least two layers of material (e.g. 2-ply). Acceptable masks include but are not limited to cloth-based masks (e.g., homemade sewn, quick cut,), and surgical masks that cover both the mouth and nose. No student, teacher, staff member, or visitor may be prevented from wearing an acceptable face mask voluntarily on school grounds.
Contact Tracing – The District must notify the state and local health department immediately upon being informed of any positive COVID-19 diagnostic test result by an individual within school facilities or on school grounds, including students, faculty, staff, and visitors. In the case of an individual testing positive, the District must develop and maintain plans to support local health departments in tracing all contacts of the individual. Confidentiality must be maintained as required by federal and state law and regulations.
Health Screening – The District must implement mandatory health screenings, including temperature checks, of students, faculty, staff, and, where applicable, contractors, vendors, and visitors to identify any individuals who may have COVID-19 or who may have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus. Specifically, all individuals must have their temperature checked each day. If an individual presents a temperature of greater than 100.0°F, the individual must be denied entry into the facility. Remote health screening (e.g., by electronic survey, digital application, or telephone, which may involve the parent/legal guardian) before any individual reports to school, is strongly advised.