Weekly Health and Safety Update - April 28, 2021

Pal-Mac Health and Safety Update

Wednesday, April 28, 2021 5:00 PM

 

The next health and safety update will be released on the website on Wednesday, May 5, 2021.

 

UPDATE

Since Thursday, April 22, 2021, the District has confirmation of:

 

  • 1 positive COVID-19 case for a student at the High School with no individuals needing to quarantine.

  • 1 positive COVID-19 case for a student at the Middle School. This resulted in select individuals that were required to quarantine as a result of this case.

 

All in-person classes, athletics, and extracurricular activities will continue as scheduled.

 

CUMULATIVE INFORMATION

 

Total Reported Cases 

Since 11/2/2020

Reported Cases Still Active as of 4/21/2021

Staff

34

0

Students

73

2

TOTAL

107

2

Percent of School District In-Person Population

5.6%

0.1%

 

There are reports of several new cases of COVID-19 within our community. Spread has been occurring at non-school events. We ask our school community to continue to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by wearing a mask, washing hands, practicing social distancing, and avoiding any large gatherings.

 

The District will continue to adhere to New York State guidelines to create the safest possible learning environment for students and staff. This includes the cleaning and disinfection of exposed areas, with such cleaning and disinfection to include, at a minimum, all heavy transit areas and high-touch surfaces as detailed by the Centers for Disease Control.

 

All students and staff are to complete the daily health screenings prior to boarding a school bus or coming to school. Students and staff should not come to school when feeling ill. We ask our school community to continue to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by wearing a mask, washing hands, practicing social distancing, and avoiding any large gatherings.

 

Questions should be directed to the Wayne County Public Health Department at 315-946-5749.

 

Thank you for your continued support and understanding.

 





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