Snoqualmie Valley School District COVID-19 Dashboard
Starting January 19, 2021, our District COVID-19 Dashboard data (below) will be updated on a weekly basis and represent current onsite staff and student counts only. The Snoqualmie Valley School District continues to follow COVID-19 guidelines from Public Health of Seattle-King County (PHSKC), Washington State Department of Health (DOH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Our process for parent/guardian and employee notification follows:
In coordination with King County Public Health, when the district is notified of positive cases or possible exposures, we begin contact tracing investigations within our buildings. The district will contact any staff member, visitor, or parent/guardian whose student who is identified as having come in close contact with a positive case. (Public health defines close contact as being within 6 feet for a combined total of 15 minutes or more, over a 24-hour period.) Once facts are determined, the district will notify the health department and confirm the guidelines provided to the staff/parent. The district will provide guidance to all who have been identified as a close contact, explaining quarantine requirements, the individual’s targeted return date, and the criteria/process to get cleared for returning to school/work.
The district is bound by FERPA, HIPAA, and ADA regulations concerning privacy and the release of specific health information.