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COVID UPDATE 12-18-2020

December 18, 2020

This is the last update until January 2021!!!


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Students in quarantine:4

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Teachers in quarantine:0

Teachers in isolation:0

Students in quarantine:2

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I hope everyone has a great Winter Break! We plan to open second semester on January 5th (with students), and operate in the same manner as we are currently.  For extra-curricular activity fans, please check the website regularly for updates to our activity plan.  Hopefully, we will be able to gradually loosen restrictions as we move through January and February. We are not quite at the finish line with COVID, but I think we can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Please stay diligent with the recommended mitigation strategies, and STAY SAFE!!!


Have a great day,

Mr. Terwilliger

Important Notes:

  • Winter Sports (MYSA and School) can resume full participation starting Monday, December 7th
    • Check the website for the MPS plan and its protocol/restrictions
    • Check the MPS website for protocols/restrictions of our opponent schools when we are traveling (*These will be unique depending on school plans and DHM requirements)
  • New protocol—if a household member is waiting on the results of a COVID-19 test, all household members have to quarantine until the test results are received
  • CDC Updated Protocol (effective today)
    • Quarantine can end after seven (7) days since a COVID-19 close contact, only if all of the following conditions have been met:
      • The person seeks and receives results of a COVID-19 test (taken) on day five (5) following their exposure to another person testing positive and their test is negative
      • The person is not experiencing symptoms
      • The person continues to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms and wears a mask through day 14.
    • For those who’ve had a close contact exposure to COVID-19 but don’t take a test, quarantine can end when all of the following conditions have been met:
      • At least 10 days have passed since close contact exposure
      • No COVID-19 symptoms have developed
      • The person continues to self-monitor for symptoms, and wears a facial covering through day 14
    • Anyone testing positive for COVID-19 must isolate for at least 10 days from the date of their test—isolation can end (after the  10-day period) when the following conditions have been met:
      • The person is fever-free without the use of fever reducing medicine for 24 hours.
      • Any COVID-19 symptoms are improving, though some symptoms may linger




Ryan Terwilliger

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