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New Process to Speed Up the Return of Fully Vaccinated Students to Classroom
FCPS collaborated with the Fairfax County Health Department to speed up the return to the classroom for fully vaccinated, asymptomatic students who are paused from in-person instruction. A pause occurs when someone is identified as a potential close contact to a COVID-19 positive case.
Parents: Screen Students for Illness Before Leaving Home for School
Parents can use a daily health screening questionnaire to monitor students for any signs of illness prior to leaving home for school. Student health screening is an important prevention strategy. (Email to parents and guardians sent August 3, 2021)
School-based Vaccine Clinic Reminder
Widespread vaccination is the best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community, and to keep our schools safe and healthy places for students to learn. If you or your child has not received the COVID-19 vaccine, we encourage you to come to one of our upcoming school-based clinics. (Email to community sent August 3, 2021)
Bus Transportation for School Year 2021-22
FCPS is conducting a student ridership survey for all eligible riders. It is important that parents respond to the survey and submit a separate survey for each of their children enrolled in FCPS. If the survey is not completed and returned, the student will not be added to a bus route at the beginning of the school year. (Email sent July 29, 2021)
FCPS Mask Guidance for Return to School
As we prepare to return strong with five days of in-person learning this fall, it is important that we all understand how we can provide a safe and healthy learning environment for all students. (Email to community sent July 26, 2021)