Today the District was informed that a bus driver tested positive for COVID-19. After completing the contact tracing, it was determined that there is no impact on the in-person learning environment and classes may continue as planned.
The District was notified of two elementary students who tested positive for COVID-19. Due to staff shortages resulting from precautionary quarantines, Pre-K through Grade 5 must pivot to remote instruction starting on Tuesday, January 19th through the end of the week (Monday is a holiday).
Congratulations to the CDE students who received positive referrals in December for displaying the P2 character traits of kindness, learning how words and actions affect others, and self-control.
The District was notified today that a substitute teacher at Cairo-Durham Elementary School tested positive for COVID-19.
January news from the Cairo-Durham Health Offices
Answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ) and a demonstration video about COVID-19 testing in schools. CDCSD will likely be required to begin testing 20% of in-person students and staff for COVID-19 in the near future as the positivity rate in Greene County continues to rise. Parents/guardians are encouraged to review this FAQ and contact the school with any questions.