Summer Health Protocols
The district has updated its health protocols effective Tuesday, June 1, for all summer activities (summer school, summer camps, etc.). We are currently discussing what instruction and health protocols will look like next school year, and we are hoping to get information from the state about any state requirements for next school year. We will communicate this information to you as soon as possible. Summer health protocols follow:
- All individuals are recommended to wear face coverings while inside Aledo ISD property or in an AISD vehicle/school bus whenever social distancing, maintaining six feet of distance, is not possible.
- Any staff, student or visitor running a fever of 100.0°F or higher or feeling ill in any way should stay home and not come to school or work
- If an individual, either student, staff or visitor to a campus, is or becomes lab confirmed to have COVID-19, that individual must stay home through the entirety of the infectious period, as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Texas Education Agency (TEA). This individual must complete the COVID-19 reporting form, and also report to the campus principal (or their supervisor for staff) that they are lab-confirmed as positive for COVID-19.
- In cases where it becomes known that someone has been diagnosed with COVID-19, and per current TEA guidance, Aledo ISD officials will make every effort to identify any individuals who had close contact with the COVID-19-positive person within the 48 hours immediately prior to the onset of symptoms or collection of a positive lab test and provide notice of stay-at-home period options to them.