Keeping Each Other Safe
The Snoqualmie Valley School District partners with Public Health of Seattle and King County to make decisions related to the health of our school community. This partnership includes close communication and consultation to support the health and safety of our students, staff, families and visitors.
The previous information addresses steps we’re taking to create safe and healthy schools and district facilities for students and employees, with layered defenses to limit the transmission of COVID-19. In the information that follows, learn how our schools will respond when there is a COVID-19 diagnosis, exposure, or when someone is experiencing symptoms.
- Wash your hands often (at least 20 seconds).
- Keep your distance (maintain social/physical distancing).
- Wear a mask.
- Stay home if you are sick.
Daily Health Screening
- Families need to monitor the health of their student and family members (including taking their student’s temperature at home) and complete the daily attestation -- before coming to school or boarding a school bus – on days of at-school learning.
- Employees are also required to monitor their health at home and complete the daily attestation -- prior to coming to work.
- If there is any concern that your student is ill – STAY HOME.
Students and staff should report to the school immediately (and not come to school):
- If they, or someone in their household, tested positive for COVID-19.
- If they have been exposed (close contact) with someone with COVID-19.
- If they are experiencing ill symptoms.