COVID Policy & FAQ2022-03-12T14:53:16-05:00

General Information

During a Special called Board Meeting on July 8th, the Board of Directors approved and enacted the presented COVID policy. Click here to read our COVID Policy. Resources from SC Department of Environmental Control:

Frequently Asked Questions

Someone in my house has tested positive for COVID, can I send my child to school?2021-09-16T16:28:20-04:00

If a person in your home has tested positive for COVID, the student cannot attend school.  Please report to Nurse Nikki if anyone in your home has tested positive for COVID-19 or is considered a close contact. She can be contacted at or by calling (803) 251-9138.

Richland County Ordinance (9/15/2021)2021-09-16T16:18:25-04:00

On September 15, 2021, Richland County enacted an emergency ordinance. You can find the latest information regarding this ordinance here.

For more information regarding Richland County’s ordinances here:

My child is showing symptoms of COVID?2021-09-16T16:38:08-04:00

If your child is present with any of the following symptoms, please do not send your child to school:

  • vomiting/diarrhea
  • fever
  • shortness of breath
  • Loss of taste/smell
  • Sore throat

Please contact Nurse Nikki immediately at or at (803) 251-9138.

COVID By the Numbers

# Positive Students
# Quarantined Students
# Positive Staff
# Quarantined Staff

Last Updated March 12, 2022.  

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