3:00pm • Monday, January 10, 2022
Neshannock Township School District received notification that one teacher in the elementary school, nine students in the elementary school, one teacher in the junior-senior high school, and two students in the junior-senior high school tested positive for COVID-19. The individuals were last on campus, respectively, on January 5, 6, and 7; therefore, contact tracing has been conducted. No individuals have been identified as fitting the definition of a close contact. Any contact tracing regarding potential non-school related exposure will be conducted by the Department of Health through cooperation and communication with the individuals and/or the families.
We remain committed to keeping all stakeholders informed in order to ensure a safe, secure environment for all. If you have any questions, please reach out to Mrs. Julie Morrone or Mrs. Heather Collins.
It is our goal to be able to maintain in-person learning for students at all grade levels; however, we cannot do that without the help of our community. Please review the “When Should I Stay Home from School” and “When Can I Return to School” charts posted below. Please do not send your child to school for in-person learning if he/she is not feeling well.
Thank you for your continued patience, support, and commitment to mitigating the spread of COVID-19 in our community.
Dr. Terence P. Meehan
Superintendent, Neshannock Township School District
Individuals considered fully-vaccinated by the CDC and PA DOH are as follows:
- Individuals who have completed the primary series of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccination within the last six months and thus are not eligible for the booster vaccination;
- Individuals who have completed the primary series of the J & J vaccination within the last two months and thus are not eligible for the booster vaccination;
- Individuals who have received a booster vaccination and more than two weeks have passed.
The guidelines above — “When Should I Stay Home from School,” “When Can I Return to School,” and “Guidelines for Close Contacts” — are subject to change based on CDC and Pennsylvania Department of Health recommendations.