WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools will welcome back high school and middle school students for in-person learning on Wednesday, Dec. 2.
WCS staff appreciate students, families and the community for the extra precautions taken over the Thanksgiving break.
WCS staff would like to take this opportunity to request that students experiencing COVID-19 symptoms not return to their building and contact their healthcare provider. Symptoms listed by the CDC include a fever of 100.4 F or higher; sore throat; new uncontrolled cough that causes difficulty breathing; diarrhea, vomiting or abdominal pain; new onset of severe headache, especially with a fever; and loss of taste or smell. Student protocols are available in English and Spanish and can be found on the district website under “Departments,” then “Health Services.”
If a student is notified that they are a close contact, they are to stay home. If a student took a COVID-19 test and is awaiting results, they must remain home. In both cases, please contact the school attendance office to report an absence. WCS staff would like to remind all to remain vigilant and follow the established health and safety guidelines: wash hands, wear a mask and socially distance.
Please note that Monday, Dec. 7, will be a scheduled eLearning day for all students across the district. Meals for eLearning days can be ordered online.
The last day for semester one will be Friday, Dec. 18.