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- Close Contact (Updated April 11, 2022)
- When to do COVID testing
- Remote Learning
- Return to Sports After COVID
- How to Know When You Are Fully Vaccinated or Up to Date with Vaccines (Updated February 10, 2022)
- When Symptoms are Present In School
- Protocol for Confirmed COVID-19 Case
- (CHART) Quarantine and Return Date Guidelines (Updated April 4, 2022)
- Travel Guidance
- Campus Visitors (April 4, 2022)
- Additional COVID Resources
TAKE Care of COVID Concerns & Pandemic Stress
Address it quickly -
Do not attempt ignore or tamp down covid cares or stress. It is important to address your concerns quickly.
Take time to talk to others about your concerns -
Due to things like quarantining and contact tracing, people are losing pivotal connections with others. It is important to talk to others to share your concerns.
Take breaks from reading, watching, and listening to media stories and news or following social media chains.
It’s good to be informed, but hearing about it all the time can be upsetting. If you really feel a need to be in the know, make a schedule of when you connect to the media and limit your daily intake.
Take Care of Your Body -
Rest Well and take regular breaks from work or strenuous activities. Make sleep a priority.
Eat healthy and well-balanced meals.
Get vaccinated and if you’re vaccinated, get boosted. Your rates of protection increase significantly with vaccination and being boosted.
Take Advantage of Community Supports -
Connect with family and friends, even if it needs to be virtually.
Connect with your faith based community resources. Now is the time to use inspiration and your sources of encouragement.
Reach out: if you feel overwhelmed, reach out to these resources and get help immediately.
Visit: CDC - How Right Now
Nimh.nih.gov - Signs of Teen Depression
Call: Disaster Distress Helpline - TEXT or call: 1-800-985-5990
RETURN DATE CHART
Refer to the chart below to determine the day of the week you or your child will return to school. Your division head and school nurse will continue to work with families to determine specific dates based on eligibility to return after 5 days.
Vaccination Clinics & testing - MERCER COUNTY
Click here for resources provided by Mercer County on government and community efforts related to COVID-19, including vaccine and testing locations.
Docket is a mobile app that makes it easier for you and your family to securely access your COVID-19 vaccination record.
If you don’t have your vaccination card with you or have lost it, you can easily access your record through the app to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination, as needed.