Situational Awareness and Personal Safety (SAPS)
Our 8th-12th grade students have the opportunity to listen to a presentation on Situational Awareness and Personal Safety (SAPS). The presenter, Paul Milone, is a retired police officer that has several years of experience as an undercover detective. Many of his cases involved teenagers and he is now sharing information on SAPS to area students. He will speak to students about environmental safety, personal information safety, and the dangers of drug usage.
The presentation for students will take place the morning of Thursday, December 1st, 2022. There will be an open presentation for any parents/guardians or community members at 6:30 pm on Thursday, December 1st, 2022.
Covid Quarantine Guidance
Please review the following guidelines and make sure that your child follows them if exposed. Also, please keep your child home if they have one major or two minor symptoms. The symptom list is below:
HIGH RISK (one or more keep home and get tested)
- new cough
- shortness of breath
- difficulty breathing
- new loss of taste/smell
LOW RISK (two or more symptoms keep home and get tested)
- sore throat
- fatigue (tired)
- muscle/body aches
- runny nose
Should your student test positive for or be exposed to Covid-19, we recommend the following actions listed below or:
Positive Covid Test
If You Test Positive for COVID-19 (Isolate)
Everyone, regardless of vaccination status.
- Stay home for 5 days.
- If you have no symptoms or your symptoms resolve after 5 days, you can go to work or attend school.
- Continue to wear a mask around others for 5 additional days.
If you have a fever, continue to stay home until your fever resolves.
If you are exposed to Covid-19:
- Begin masking as soon as you learn you were exposed
- Mask for 10 days from your last exposure
- Testing is recommended on Day 6 from exposure
- If negative test, continue masking through Day 10