District Five Holiday Break COVID Notification Protocols
Winter Break: Spartanburg District Five’s COVID-19 Protocols
Spartanburg District Five will be closed for winter break December 19, 2020 through January 4, 2021. In order to keep accurate records of students and staff who contract COVID-19, we ask that parents and families, as well as employees, still notify us of any positive COVID test results. This is especially important in the first few days of the holiday break, as the district completes the necessary contact tracing. The district’s COVID-19 Dashboard on our website will be maintained during this time, although results may be slightly delayed.
Positive COVID-19 Case Reporting
Parents and families can report any students who test positive to Director of Health Services, Tammy Wilson, or Nurse Jo Smith either by phone or email. Positive results can be reported by email to email@example.com. District Five employees should contact Director of Personnel, Heather Lister, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This time will be reserved for a much-needed break for our staff. Responses to email or phone calls may be delayed during this time, as our staff takes time to enjoy the holiday. If families need an immediate response during this time, please call the SC DHEC Care Line at 1-855-4-SCDHEC (1-855-472-3432).
December 28-January 4
Following December 27, it is very important that families and staff members to report positive cases or household close contact quarantines due to COVID-19, as it may impact your return to school. Once again, Parents and families can report any students who test positive to Director of Health Services or Nurse Jo Smith either by phone or email. Positive results can be reported by email to email@example.com. District Five employees should contact Director of Personnel, Heather Lister, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students or staff who test positive for COVID-19 during the winter break, should not return to school on Tuesday, January 5 unless they have completed the 10-day isolation period and are no longer showing symptoms.