The below information is current for the 2022/2023 school year.
As new information becomes available, it will be shared with enrolled families via email from the principal and updated here as appropriate. Prospective families with questions should contact our school office at (402) 896-0754 or email@example.com.
2022-23 COVID Protocols for Students and Staff (Updated August 2022)
Parents will screen their students and staff will screen themselves for the following:
- Fever (100.4 or greater)
- Chills or repeated shaking with chills
- Cough/ Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- fatigue or tiredness
- Loss of taste or smell
- muscle or body aches
- headache sore throat
- congestion or runny nose
- nausea or vomiting
- Stay home from school
- Seek medical advice from your primary care provider to determine if COVID testing is needed.
- Please notify the school office.
- Isolate at home for five days (the day of symptom onset is considered “Day Zero”)
- The isolation period pertains to all school and extracurricular activities related to our school and parish.
- After the five days, the student or staff member may return to school on “Day 6” with improved symptoms and no fever without the use of fever-reducing medication.
- Face masks are strongly recommended indoors through “Day Ten”.
Click here for a calendar of return-to-school and extracurricular activities dates.
Click here for the CDC Calculator and Guidelines for isolation and quarantine. Parents and staff are expected to check with their primary care provider and follow their recommendations.
- School will collaborate with the local health departments regarding the current requirements for notification of positive cases within school and any recommendations for isolation, exclusion, or close monitoring.
- The name of the person with a suspected or confirmed diagnosis will not be shared by school.
- School will continue to consult with state and local health departments along with the Omaha Archdiocese throughout the year.
- School reserves the right to make adjustments to all parts of this protocol if needed as new information becomes available, or to meet any specific challenges or clusters/outbreaks in a class or building.
- Any absentee rate over 10% is investigated by the local health department to track communicable disease outbreaks.
Click here to print or view a PDF of the above information.