CVSD COVID Updates 2021-2022
We will continue to meet our families at their readiness level.
The Washington Department of Health and Spokane Regional Health District recently updated isolation and quarantine requirements, following recommendations from the CDC.
- Washington Department of Health:
2021-22 K-12 COVID Requirements
Supplemental Requirements to Mitigate COVID-19 Transmission in K-12 Schools
Did you know there is a toll-free information line?
You can call to get answers to school-related COVID-19 questions by calling the information line:
Hours: Monday- Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
This is a regional resource line for public and private schools.
If you have any questions, please visit the pages at right (FAQs & more) or contact us at: [email protected].
2021-2022 Schedules & Protocols
- CVSD fully opened on a normal school schedule for the fall of 2021.
- Symptom attestation tickets and temperature checks are not required.
- Mask requirements are state mandated.
Virtual Learning Options
As always, we will continue to provide options for our families for student learning. All students have the option of attending school in person, all day, every school day. We also have virtual options through Central Valley Virtual Learning.
Supports & Resources
How has CVSD spent Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Funds?
- Required Performance Criteria for Reopening Secondary Spring 2021
- OSPI, DOH, L&I Employer Health & Safety Requirements for School Scenarios 2021
- OSPI Guidelines 2020-2021 - including masks and social distancing
- OSPI Guidelines 2020-2021 Q&A
- WA Department of Health Metrics for Reopening Schools 2020-2021
- Spokane Regional Health District Reopening 2020 Letter
- Washington State Department of Health
- What to do if you have suspected or confirmed COVID-19
- How to talk to your children about COVID-19
Our CVSD Guiding Principles:
CVSD will meet our students, staff and community at their readiness level. By doing so, we will build greater confidence in and deliver on our ability to provide a high quality educational experience for our students:
- We will provide in-person learning and teaching to the greatest extent allowable by local and state officials.
- We will adopt a robust virtual learning curriculum for all CVSD students that allows for continuity in the event of school closures or lack of in-person options for learning and teaching.
- We will plan for multiple scenarios and have the necessary health and safety protocols in place to protect students, staff, and community. By doing so, we will be a resource to our health department in combating the COVID 19 outbreak.