TCS Extends Mask Requirement
The extension is through Oct. 6, with a review on Oct. 5.
Daria explained why the requirement was extended into next month.
“As much as we would like to do long-term planning, it is hard to do so,” he said. “So the ability to have small checkpoints allows us to do that.”
The matter will be reviewed at the October 5 school board meeting.
Ways Families Can Help Ensure Safe and Healthy Learning Environments
What Happens if My Child is Exposed at School to COVID?
If a student in your child's class tests positive for COVID, you will be notified by the principal or school nurse. Parents and caregivers can expect to receive a letter and/or a phone call notifying you of this information.
While close contacts will not be quarantined by the school, but we encourage you to contact your child's pediatrician and/or the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH).
In the best interest of our school's health and safety, please do not send your child to school if he/she has been exposed to a known positive case. Our ultimate goal is to keep our students and faculty safe. Please continue to monitor your child's health for symptoms.
REMINDER: PLEASE SEND A WATER BOTTLE WITH YOUR CHILD DAILY.
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