COVID Protocols

Bibb County School District COVID-19 Guide for 2023-24

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COVID-19 Protocols for 2023-2024

Please review the updated COVID-19 protocols for Bibb County School District. This information is subject to revision based on continued guidance throughout the school year by the CDC, Georgia Department of Public Health (GaDPH), and the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE).

Student and staff health and wellness is a priority for the Bibb County School District. As such, the District continues to monitor the spread of all communicable or infectious diseases within our community and schools or facilities. Thank you for your partnership in keeping our schools and facilities safe.


To support the health and wellness of all, individuals should remain home if they feel unwell and should consider contacting their medical provider if they are experiencing any symptoms of illness.


  • The Bibb County School District remains in close contact with the Georgia Department of Public Health (GaDPH) / North Central Health District and will follow protocols of GaDPH notifiable diseases by reporting clusters of positive cases of COVID-19 to DPH. The safety and well-being of students and staff is one of our top priorities. For GaDPH / NCHD information, visit

  • COVID-positive individuals should isolate according to CDC guidelines.

  • If a student or employee tests positive for COVID-19, he/she should notify the teacher, principal or supervisor. Principals will notify the school nurse and attendance clerk. All non-school staff should notify their supervisor. Reporting cases of COVID-19 to BCSD will help the District to follow GaDPH reporting protocols for cluster cases.

  • The Bibb County School District will maintain student health data through SchoolCare (formerly CareDox), which is monitored by school nurses. Clusters of positive cases of communicable or infectious diseases in Bibb County School District settings will be reported to GaDPH, per GaDPH guidelines.

Get Vaccinated!

COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters are not required but are strongly recommended and encouraged for any eligible individual. Read more about vaccine eligibility here:


  • Macon-Bibb County Health Department, 1600 Forsyth Street, Macon. For more information, visit Appointments are not required; however, individuals may schedule vaccination appointments with the health department by calling 478-749-0179.
  • Visit to plug in your ZIP code and find a location providing vaccinations near you.
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