DCSD To Monitor COVID Cases, Protocols Sept. Release

Roosevelt, UT September 7, 2021

Duchesne County School District (DCSD) continues to monitor positive COVID-19 case rates and follow the district’s protocols found within its fall return to school plan

Those protocols include a plan, that if positive test case numbers reach a certain threshold, would result in online instruction for a time.

To maintain in-person learning, DCSD encourages its students and families to take action to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This includes receiving the vaccine, the voluntary wearing of masks, practicing personal hygiene, and staying home when sick.

DCSD September 10 2021 Press Release

Roosevelt, UT September 10, 2021--

Duchesne County School District (DCSD) continues to monitor positive COVID-19 case rates and follow the district’s protocols found within its fall return to school plan

To maintain in-person learning, DCSD encourages its students and families to take action to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This includes receiving the vaccine, the voluntary wearing of masks, practicing personal hygiene (washing hands and using hand sanitizer), and staying home when sick.

In-person learning protocols include a Test to Stay plan, that if positive test case numbers reach a certain threshold, would result in testing all students who attended at least some school in-person within the previous 14 days.

Positive case numbers are recorded and monitored daily, and as individual schools, by DCSD and Tri-County Health.

DCSD COVID Press Release

Roosevelt, UT September 17, 2021--

Duchesne County School District (DCSD) continues to monitor positive COVID-19 case rates and follow the district’s protocols found within its fall return to school plan.
Threshold levels have not been reached by any district schools at this time. DCSD thanks its students, parents, and staff members for their efforts to pursue healthy living and staying home when sick. Reported positive case numbers indicate a leveling off which will help maintain our current in-person learning at our schools.

DCSD continues to encourage its students, families, and staff members to take action to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This includes receiving the vaccine, the voluntary wearing of masks, practicing personal hygiene (washing hands and using hand sanitizer), and staying home when sick.

Positive case numbers are recorded and monitored daily, and as individual schools, by DCSD and Tri-County Health.

Roosevelt, UT September 27, 2021

Roosevelt, UT September 27, 2021--

Duchesne County School District (DCSD) continues to monitor positive COVID-19 case rates and follow the district’s protocols found within its fall return to school plan

Threshold levels have not been reached by any district schools at this time. DCSD continues to encourage its students, families, and staff members to take action to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This includes staying home when sick, receiving the vaccine, the voluntary wearing of masks, and practicing personal hygiene (washing hands and using hand sanitizer).

School exposures happen at school (see dcsd.org website to learn details for school quarantining) and are monitored closely by DCSD schools and TriCounty Health. Household exposures occur at home with close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual living at home (seehttps://tricountyhealth.com/tchd-k-12-school-plan-2021-2022/for further quarantining details). Community exposures are considered any close contacts not experienced at school or home (seehttps://tricountyhealth.com/tchd-k-12-school-plan-2021-2022/for further quarantining details). Questions regarding household and community exposures can be directed to TriCounty Health at 435-247-1156.

Positive case numbers are recorded and monitored daily, and as individual schools, by DCSD and Tri-County Health.