Following the latest CDC and Governor’s guidelines, masks are welcome but no longer required on our campus with the exception of our licensed preschool. Any parent entering a preschool building to drop off or pick up a child must continue to wear a mask. If you are high risk or feel more comfortable in a mask, please feel free to wear one and practice social distancing.
All positive Covid-19 test results, direct exposures and signs/symptoms of Covid-19 MUST to be reported to Parkview’s Nurse, Aimee Hebert email@example.com.
Our Covid-19 response plan has been properly updated after receiving updated information on Covid-19. Please take a moment to review the updates and familiarize yourself with our procedures and protocols. We must ALL work together to remain safe, healthy, and on campus!
Signs & Symptoms of Covid-19:
Fever with or without Chills Cough Shortness of Breath or Difficulty Breathing Fatigue Headache Muscle or Body Aches Loss of Taste or Smell Sore Throat Congestion or Runny Nose Nausea/Vomiting/Diarrhea
Positive Covid-19 test result = requires a FULL 10-day quarantine from the positive test result date and a clearance note from your Pediatrician/Primary Care Physician will be required for you to return to work/school.
For example: I received my positive Covid-19 test result on 12/18/20. I will quarantine for 10 full days. Day #1 will start on 12/19/20. I will be able to return on the 11th day (12/29/20) with my clearance letter from my Pediatrician/Primary Care Physician.
**We DO NOT accept “return to school/work” excuses from Urgent Care/After Care Clinics. You must see your Pediatrician/Primary Care Physician.**
Directly Exposed (no mask, not socially distanced and for longer than 15 minutes) to a positive Covid-19 individual = requires a FULL 10-day quarantine from the last day you were with the positive Covid-19 individual. This particular quarantine does not require you to have a negative test, but it does require you to remain asymptomatic since the direct exposure. A doctor’s clearance letter is NOT required for you to return to school/work for a direct exposure.
For example: I was directly exposed to a positive Covid-19 individual on 12/18/20 (for example: at lunchtime/sporting event), I will quarantine for 10 full days. Day #1 will start on 12/19/20. I will be able to return to school/work on the 11th day (12/29/20), if I have remained asymptomatic during my entire quarantine. If I start to experience ANY symptoms during my direct exposure quarantine, then I will see my Pediatrician/Primary Care Physician and get tested before returning to school/work.
Please note that each time we are notified of a positive Covid-19 case, we perform a very thorough contact tracing. We trace back at least 48 hours from the individuals positive Covid-19 test results to determine who was directly exposed. After this tracing is performed, we will then notify the appropriate individuals who were directly exposed (no mask, not socially distanced and for longer than 15 minutes). These named individuals will be sent a “direct exposure” email and will need to follow a 10-day quarantine. We will ONLY notify the named individuals that were directly exposed (no mask, not socially distanced and for longer than 15 minutes).
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Covid-19:
What if I receive a negative test during my 10-day quarantine and I do not have any signs/symptoms after being directly exposed to a positive Covid-19 individual?
You will still have to quarantine for the full 10-days because symptoms of Covid-19 tend to appear any time between 5-7 days after you were exposed to the virus.
What if I have signs/symptoms of Covid-19, but I am waiting on my Covid-19 test result?
You must remain home until you have received your Covid-19 test result.
What if I have NO signs/symptoms of Covid-19, but I am waiting on my Covid-19 test results?
You must remain home while you wait for your Covid-19 test result.
What if I test positive for Covid-19 and I have other siblings that go to Parkview Baptist School?
This would be considered a direct exposure and per our protocol, your sibling(s) would have to quarantine for 10 full days.
What if one of my parents test positive for Covid-19?
This would be considered a direct exposure. You and any of your siblings that attend Parkview Baptist School would have to quarantine for 10 full days.
If I test positive for Covid-19, I am directly exposed (no mask, not socially distant, and for longer than 15 minutes) to an individual with Covid-19, or if I am experiencing any signs/symptoms of Covid-19, who do I notify and when?
It is VERY IMPORTANT that you promptly notify Nurse Aimee, your Division Head, and your Coach if your child is involved in sports as soon as you are aware of ANY of these situations listed above.