Test to Stay / Learn / Play / Participate

Test to Stay/Learn/Play/Participate
Posted on 10/20/2021
Salina Public Schools offers a Test to Stay/Learn/Play/Participate program. The program officially began Sunday, October 24. 

Through this program, students and staff who are quarantined will be able to get tested in the morning or evening each weekday, and in the evening on Sundays. As long as those tests are negative, they are not symptomatic and they wear a mask, they can attend school and school activities in person. 

The goal of the program’s modified quarantine is to keep more students and staff in classrooms, learning and teaching every day. 

Student participation forms require parent/guardian signatures. The program is offered in collaboration with the Saline County Health Department (SCHD) and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE). All COVID-19 test results will be reported to SCHD and KDHE. The district has applied for a state grant to pay for the program supplies and extra staffing costs.

This program offers another option that families can choose if their student needs to quarantine due to close contact exposure.
 
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