Please note: This current plan will be monitored and adjusted to align our protocols with state and local authorities as necessary. As before, CCA seeks to conform to the recommendations of said authorities and in concert with the TEA and local school districts in as much as it is feasible.
Students Who Display COVID-19 Symptoms:
Step 1: When a student, who is on campus, has displayed symptoms of COVID-19, such as a fever, coughing, shortness of breath, etc., the school administration will determine if and when a student needs to be sent home. Students who begin to present symptoms while not on campus should be reported to the CCA front office and should include the following: name of student, day/time symptoms began, and whether a test has been conducted.
Step 2: The school will consult with the parent to determine the duration of the quarantine and isolation needed for their symptomatic student. The student who has symptoms of COVID-19, may return to campus after the following three conditions have been met:
The student may return to campus before the end of the 10-day period only IF a note from a health care provider is received by and discussed with the administration prior to the student’s return.
Step 3: The school will follow up with the student throughout the quarantine and isolation period, as necessary.
Step 4: If the parent of the student reports to the school that the student was tested for COVID-19 and is now lab confirmed positive, the steps for “Students Who Report That They are Lab-Confirmed Positive for COVID-19” will be followed.
Students Who Report That They Are Lab-Confirmed Positive for COVID-19:
Step 1: When a student has been lab-confirmed positive for COVID-19, whether symptomatic or not, the school should be notified of their illness and the student should remain quarantined at home.
Step 2: The student may return to campus once the following criteria have been satisfied: