COVID 19 resources and updates

COVID 19 updates and resources

The Spencerport Central School District continues to work diligently to ensure the health and safety of our learning community during the COVID-19 pandemic.


We created this section of our website to provide helpful resources, as well as important updates on our efforts for the 2020-21 school year. Please continue to check these pages regularly for the latest news and information.

February 2020: Vaccination survey of staff

School districts across Monroe County have been encouraged to survey their staff to gauge who has received or intends to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. To support that effort, a voluntary Vaccination Survey has been conducted with the following results as of Feb. 9:

 Have you received the COVID-19 vaccination?
  • 30% (165) of staff indicated they have received one dose.
  • 4% (21) have received both doses of the vaccine.
  •  66% (363) indicated they have not received the vaccine.

Do you plan on receiving the COVID-19 vaccination as soon you are able to schedule an appointment?
  • 84% (427) of staff indicated they intend to get the vaccine as soon as an appointment is available.
  •  16% (81) indicated they do not intend to get a vaccine.
 
If you are planning on receiving the COVID-19 vaccination, do you have a scheduled appointment?
  • 57% (295) have scheduled an appointment
  • 30% (157) do not have an appointment, but plan on receiving the vaccine.
  • 13% (67) do not plan on receiving the vaccine.



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Get Rapid Tested

Help stop the spread of COVID by going to one of Monroe County's FREE rapid testing sites. Appointments can be made at this link, https://www.monroecounty.gov/health-covid-19-testing

Rapid test schedule


Find a test site near you



NEW Quarantine guidelines

As of late December 2020, NYS updated its COVID-19 quarantine guidance to align with the latest CDC recommendations.

Under the new guidelines, people exposed to COVID-19 will be asked to quarantine for 10 days, rather than the previous 14 days. This quarantine can end after 10 days with no testing required.

Affected individuals are asked to monitor for symptoms for an additional 4 days and to self isolate should any symptoms develop.



Example COVID testing consent form



NYS flowchart for students with COVID 19 symptoms 

(
Notable among the updates is that students who are sent home for symptoms that may be COVID will need testing only at the discretion of their health care provider.)



Sept.: SCSD Handbook for Return to School



Additional links to resources and information below:

 Action steps when COVID is reported  Back to School Videos
   
Contact tracing: how does it work?
 Area day care providers
   
Decision making: can my child go to school today?   Family Updates
   
Frequently Asked Questions   Health and Safety
   
Helpful links and resources   Instruction Models


Parent Survey results  District Reopening Plans 
   
 Videos from parent forums