Current Covid-19 Policies (2022-23 School Year)
|Covid-19 Safety Layers|
|Symptom Screening||Faculty, students, and visitors should not come to school with any of the following symptoms, unless specifically cleared by one of our nurses:|
|Covid-19 Testing||Students and faculty are tested if symptomatic and deemed necessary by our medical staff. No asymptomatic testing.|
|Masking||Optional for students, faculty, and vaccinated visitors. |
Required for unvaccinated visitors.
|Hand Washing or Sanitizing||Required for all upon entry to the building.|
Questions and Answers
Meadowbrook follows these protocols, which were developed with guidance from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, the CDC, and our consulting physician. If you have any questions about these protocols, please contact the Health Office.
Faculty, students, and all visitors are required to be vaccinated.
If you need to request a religious or medical exemption, please reach out to School Nurse Christina Donovan via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meadowbrook uses rapid antigen test, a simple, minimally invasive, nasal swab. Most students are able to swab themselves. Testing is for symptomatic students or faculty only as deemed necessary by our health staff; we do not do asymptomatic testing.
No. All instruction takes place on campus. For students who need to be out due to Covid, teachers will send assignments home and post updates online.
Fully vaccinated visitors are welcome to visit Meadowbrook. No proof of vaccination is required.
We've been pleased to offer several clinics for Covid-19 vaccines for children and adults over the past year. Since Covid and flu vaccines are now widely available at pharmacies and pediatricians' offices, we have no plans to offer additional clinics at this time.