This page contains current answers to some of our frequently asked questions.
What is COVID-19?
View this helpful poster from the Department of Health.
How do I know if it might be COVID-19?
View COVID-19 Symptoms as provided by the Department of Health.
My child is displaying one or more symptoms on the COVID-19 Symptoms list that cannot be attributed to a known condition (such as allergies or asthma.) Can they come to school?
No. A student displaying any one of the COVID-19 symptoms that cannot be attributed to a known condition (such as allergies or asthma) may not come to school.
My child was out of school due to symptoms or close contact with a positive or presumed positive case. Now what?
Please view our Screening Flow Chart and follow the scenario that applies.
What is a close contact?
A close contact is defined as being within 6 feet of distance for more than 15 minutes to a person who is confirmed or suspected to have COVID. Please view Whatcom County Health Department's Glossary of Terms for more information.
With working at/or attending school, are there extra steps we should take to protect our home against COVID-19?
View these tips from the Department of Health.
What are the district's educational plans during the closure?
We are moving to Phase II of our re-opening plan on Monday, September 21, 2020. Visit our 2020 - 2021 School Year section for more details.
How can my child receive meals during the closure?
The district is providing meals to children ages 0-18 during the closure. Visit our Food Services page for times and locations for meal pick-up, which includes delivery by school bus along existing bus routes.
How long will school buildings be closed?
At this time, we have set a target date of September 21, 2020 for bringing the first students to the building. Visit our Phase-in Re-opening Plan page for more information.
My student's chromebook isn't working. Who do I contact?