Contact Tracing in Combination with Isolation and Quarantine
|CONTACT TRACING||August 2021 Update: The District will continue to work with Onondaga County and NYS Department of Health representatives to complete all contact tracing and assist with notifying individuals who should monitor symptoms, isolate, or quarantine based on guidance from the local health department. The most recent guidelines on contact tracing and quarantine/isolation is dated February 16, 2021 and the District will continue to seek updated guidance from the local health department - click here.
The District will report new diagnoses of COVID-19 to the local health department and submit associated contact tracing data upon request. It should be noted that any formal notice of quarantine is the responsibility of the local health department. The District will also contact families of students when exposures occur that may require symptom monitoring, quarantine or isolation.