CURRENT MASK MANDATE - Updated 8/21/21
As of Monday, August 23rd, the Dayton Regional STEM School will require masks for all individuals on campus. CLICK HERE to read full details of this announcement.
2021-22 Safe Restart Plan - Updated 8/10/21
CLICK HERE to view the Dayton Regional STEM School's 2021-22 Safe Restart Plan.
Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Service Plans - Updated 6/24/21
CLICK HERE to view our goals for a safe reopen for the 2021-22 school year. A detailed plan is available above for families.
This dashboard is updated each Monday based on information received by the Clinic the week before, in accordance with CDC guidance.
A New Positive Case is a positive COVID result reported over the past seven days for a student/staff that has been on-site.
A Probable Case is diagnosed by a physician based on symptoms and exposure even if a test was not performed.
Total Cases reflect the sum of all positive COVID cases reported this school year for students/staff that have been on-site.
NEW POSITIVE STAFF CASES - 0
TOTAL STAFF CASES (2021-22) - 1
NEW POSITIVE CASES - 2
TOTAL STUDENT CASES (2021-22) - 5
LAST UPDATED 9/20/21
CLINIC CONTACT INFORMATION
PHONE - 937-256-3777
Natasha Day, Heath Services Coordinator - email@example.com
Brenda Newton, MS, RN, Licensed School Nurse - firstname.lastname@example.org
POSITIVE COVID TEST OR EXPOSURE
If your child tests positive for or is exposed to COVID-19, please notify the school clinic at 937-256-3777 as soon as possible. A notice to all families will be sent within 24 hours. If the case affects students in the building, those at risk of exposure will be notified with recommendations for isolation, according to current guidelines. School officials will use guidance from Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County for all necessary precautions and follow-up.
Please note that personal information is protected under HIPAA and FERPA laws. The Dayton Regional STEM School will not release the names or information of students or staff members who may test positive or report exposure.
This is a reminder that we need to continue to be vigilant in our self-assessment each day, both in and out of school. Additionally, wearing a mask at all possible opportunities and proper social distancing are other key components of mitigating the chances of contracting and spreading COVID-19. If symptoms arise, please contact the school and your healthcare provider for follow-up, but do not report to the school building.
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