COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Dashboard: Staff & Student Isolation & Quarantine

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Quarantining and Isolation Protocols - Effective 4-18-22

Tracing of Close Contacts, Quarantining and Isolation Protocols Charts - English | Spanish | Hmong | Somali

Face Coverings - Updated 2/25/2022, 4:50 p.m.

Face coverings will be optional both indoors and outdoors on District premises on beginning after the school day on Friday, February 25, 2022, for all students, staff and visitors. In addition, face coverings will be optional for District provided transportation (buses/vans), with the exception of Head Start buses.

There are few exceptions, where face coverings must be worn by students, staff and visitors:

 - Indoors at Head Start Learning Center and Jefferson Head Start, per federal requirements
 - Face coverings must be worn on days 6-10 after a student, staff member or visitor has tested positive for COVID-19, per CDC and DHS guidelines.

Note: The Green Bay Metro has extended its requirement to wear face coverings (as part of federal regulations) until April 18, 2022.

If COVID-19 positive cases in Brown County exceed 400 per 100,000 for any seven (7) consecutive day period, a special board meeting shall be held to determine if the District will reinstate the face covering requirement. 

This motion supersedes the Board's previous motion passed on December 14, 2021, below: 

The Board of Education passed a motion effective December 14, 2021 that created criteria for when face covering protocols will be discontinued. The requirement for wearing of face coverings will end (except for where required by state and federal mandates, e.g., riding District buses/vans and Head Start) when the seven (7) day rolling COVID-19 positive cases in Brown County are at or below 100 per 100,000 over the course of seven (7) consecutive days. The wearing of face coverings will be optional for staff, students and visitors who wish to continue wearing face coverings when this criteria is met. 

The motion also states that should COVID-19 positive cases in Brown County exceed 100 per 100,000 for seven (7) consecutive days or 200 per 100,000 for any one (1) day, face covering protocols would be reinstated, until the above criteria for discontinuing face covering protocols was met. 


At-Home COVID Tests

What you need to know about at-home COVID tests and school

Parent/Guardian Consent for At-School Testing

Parent/Guardian Communication Regarding At-School COVID Testing - English | Spanish | Hmong

Electronic Consent Form

Paper Copies of Consent Form to Print and Send Back to School: 

Student Symptom Screener

Link to Student Symptom Screener (Enlace al cuestionario de síntomas para estudiantes)
Instructions for Accessing Student Symptom Screener
Instrucciones para Acceder al Cuestionario de Síntomas para Estudiantes
Instructions for Accessing Student Symptom Screener (Hmong)

Instructions for Accessing Student Symptom Screener (Somali)

Visitor Symptom Screener Form

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Important Information for High School Athletes

All students/parents/guardians are required to report whether their high school student has tested for COVID-19 (pending the results of the test), has tested positive for COVID-19 (regardless of when the student tested positive for COVID-19), has been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, or has a member of the household that has tested positive or is testing for COVID-19. 

In accordance with WIAA and American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) guidelines, all students with severe COVID-19 or are COVID long-haulers must have medical clearance from a physician to participate in athletics or an activity that requires the student to engage in physical exertion (dance, bowling, cheer, etc.). 

Please have the WIAA Return to Play Form completed by your child's physician. Please return the completed/signed form to District Nurse Kristen Johnson via email ([email protected]) or fax (920-272-7662).

If you have questions about the Return to Play process, please contact your Activities Director.
Parents: It is important that principals, teachers and other school staff are able to connect with you. Please visit the District’s Parent Portal and make sure your contact information is up-to-date. You can update your email address and phone numbers in Parent Portal. If you are unable to access Parent Portal, please contact the Help Desk at [email protected] or call 920-448-2148.

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