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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)


Parents/Guardians: Please review this screening tool before school every morning for each of your school-aged children.

Is your child experiencing any of the following symptoms?

  • Feeling unwell 

  • Cough (not related to allergies/asthma)

  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

  • Fever-like symptoms such as body aches, body chills and/or sweating

  • Temperature over 100.0 degrees F or 38.0 degrees C

  • Headache 

  • Runny nose/congestion/sore throat (not related to allergies)

  • New loss of taste or smell

  • Nausea/Vomiting/Diarrhea

* If you are unsure if you should send your child or not, err on the side of caution and please keep them home. If they are better the next day, you can send them back to school (as long as they have no fever).  Also PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE do not send your child to school with fever reducing medication.


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FINAL FALL 2021 SNCO COVID-19 School Guidance

QUARANTINE Information

Test to Learn/Test to Play:

USD 372 will participate in a modified in-school quarantine option available in Shawnee County. It is called Test to Learn/Test to Play because it provides a way for students to safely continue to attend school and participate in activities while in quarantine, thereby supporting academic success and social/emotional health. To participate, the student must meet eligibility criteria, and parents must consent for the student to (for the duration of the quarantine) wear a mask when indoors and be tested daily with an antigen and/or PCR test. The student will not be in close contact with other students or staff at school until a negative test result is known. This includes riding the bus and carpooling. Those who do not consent to participate will complete quarantine at home. 

Eligible students for Test to Learn/Test to Play must meet all of the following criteria:

  • The close contact occurred at school or during a school-related event.

  • At least one of the involved students wore a mask correctly for the entire duration of the event, which mitigated the exposure and risk.

  • The student does not already meet criteria for quarantine exemption.

Student Consent Testing SNCO Schools.docx


Helpful Resources: 

Shawnee County Health Dept:

Kansas Dept of Health & Environment:



Cold vs. Flu vs. Allergies vs. Coronavirus


Distict Covid Numbers as of November 5, 2021

Covid Numbers as of 11.5