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CARLISLE LOCAL SCHOOLS QUARANTINE GUIDELINES
based on the new CDC and ODH recommended options
following possible COVID-19 exposure

To view CLSD's guidelines and an informational sheet on the recommended quarantine guidelines provided by the Warren County Health Department, CLICK HERE.

Posted 12-11-2020

Quarantine After Vaccination

New guidance from the CDC (https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/info-by-product/clinical-considerations.html#phrecs) indicates that individuals who are vaccinated and are a close contact of a case DO NOT need to quarantine granted they meet the following criteria:

  • Are fully vaccinated (i.e., ≥2 weeks following receipt of the second dose in a 2-dose series, or ≥2 weeks following receipt of one dose of a single-dose vaccine)
  • Are within 3 months following receipt of the last dose in the series
  • Have remained asymptomatic since the current COVID-19 exposure

- posted 2-12-2021

For information provided by the CDC on the Covid-19 vaccine and what to expect after receiving it, CLICK HERE.

- posted 1-15-2021

 

For more information from the Warren County Health District on the vaccination for Covid-19 in Warren County, CLICK HERE.

- posted 1-15-2021

 

NEW CLASSROOM QUARANTINE GUIDELINES 1-6-2021

To view guidelines used to determine classroom quarantines effective January 6, 2021, CLICK HERE.

 

ODH Recommended Options
for Quarantine Following Possible COVID-19 Exposure

For information on the updated Covid-19 quarantine guidelines, CLICK HERE.

If your child has been quarantined and you have additional questions, contact one Nurse Becca Baker or Nurse Erica Brown by calling 937-746-0710, ext.'s 242 & 134, respectively.

 

POSTED: 12-3-2020

Contact Sport-Related Quarantine Guidelines

Posted on: December 17, 2020

Parents/Athletes/Guardians,

    The CDC and the local health departments have adapted the new quarantine options, which are listed in this section.

Contact sports have been identified as a high risk for potential spread of COVID-19 and the guidelines recommend all contact sports follow the 14-day quarantine.

Effective immediately, Carlisle Local Schools will be following the 14-day quarantine for ALL contact sport-related exposures. For any questions you can contact the athletic office or the nurse’s office. Thank you. 

Rebecca Baker RN, MSN
Licensed School Nurse
Rebecca.baker@carlisleindians.org

November 17, 2020

QUARANTINE TIPS

As there has been some confusion about quarantine return dates and notifications, I want to offer some useful tips to our school family and community to help clarify quarantine questions that have been recently asked.

  • When a student is placed in quarantine, the parents will get a phone call from the school; details will be left on voicemail if no answer.
  • Student is mailed a letter from the district with quarantine dates and return date.
  • Students will have different quarantine dates based on class exposure or extra-curricular activities; attendance also can change quarantine dates.
  • Quarantine dates are based on last exposure with the positive individual.
  • If your student cannot return on their expected return date, you must call the school to notify the office, otherwise those additional dates are unexcused absences. 

Thank you!
Rebecca Baker RN, MSN
Licensed School Nurse
Rebecca.Baker@carlisleindians.org


For a printable pdf of this information, click HERE.

STAY HEALTHY INDIANS!

We encourage all of our Indian families to follow guidance of the Ohio Health Department and practice social distancing during this extended school closure. 

CDC COVID-19 WEBSITE: Click HERE to view

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH COVID-19 WEBSITE: Click HERE to view

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH DAILY STATISTICS: Click HERE to view

WARREN COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT: Click HERE to view

If you think you have been exposed to COVID‑19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider for medical advice. (SourceCenters for Disease Control and Prevention.)

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