Central Valley CSD will resume classes on Monday, Jan. 3. As has been the case this school year, masks are required at all times inside school facilities regardless of vaccination status.
To lessen the chances of a COVID outbreak following the holidays, Superintendent Jeremy Rich asks that anyone with even mild symptoms stay home and follow current health department guidance
The district will work with local public health officials to modify our reopening plan as new guidance comes from federal sources and is adopted by our state. The goal is to maximize in-person instruction and minimize disruptions to student learning while maintaining a safe learning environment for students and staff.
In the meantime, Central Valley students and staff can continue to “test out of precautionary quarantine." Students or staff members quarantined in response to a COVID-19 exposure can test on day six of quarantine. If the lab-confirmed test result comes back negative and they still have not developed symptoms, they can return to school and other activities on the eighth day of quarantine. This would mean they would be in school on the eighth, ninth and 10th days of what is normally a 10-day quarantine