CLC Policies 2021-2022
What are CLC’s policies for quarantines?
Anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 will be required to complete the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) recommended five-day quarantine before returning to school. In order to return after five days, an individual must be symptom free, and it is recommended that children (ages 3 and up) wear a face mask for an additional five days after returning. Anyone still having symptoms after five days must stay home until symptoms resolve.
Students exposed to a positive case within their same household will be required to complete one of the following:
- A five-day quarantine from date of last exposure, if the student can avoid further contact with the positive individual and remain symptom free or
- A 10-day quarantine from symptoms’ onset date of the positive case.
Students exposed outside of their household (e.g., from sports, school, church, etc.) will not be required to quarantine as long as they remain symptom free.
If my child has allergies and regularly displays some of the symptoms on the COVID-19 list, is he/she excluded from coming to school?
If certain symptoms are normal for your child (e.g., allergies, chronic headaches, etc.) please consult with the CLC nurse.