• COVID-19
    2021-2022 School Year
    Updates and Information

  • CUSD 2021-22 COVID Safety Information 

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    CUSD Weekend COVID Response Telephone Line

    Students, Parents, and/or Staff may use the Weekend COVID Response Line to report a COVID exposure, a COVID positive test result, or call if you have a question about whether you should return to work. To reach the Weekend COVID Response Line, please call (831) 620-8100 and leave a message. The Health Aide Contact Tracer on duty will call you back. If you do not receive a call back, please contact your school site on the next school day.
    CUSD COVID Testing

     1. Complete the registration in advance. If you tested at previous testing days at the DO (be aware that if you tested at a school site this is a separate and additional registration) this school-year, you should not need to register again.

    Click the QR code and/or link (where you will complete DO testing registration). There is a separate link and separate QR code for staff vs students. You will need your medical insurance information. 

     2. Sign up for a day and time to arrive at the DO testing location - sign up in ParentSquare HERE. Please arrive at the available and selected time and day for testing. The window for each testing time slot is 15 minutes and we need our school community participants to only arrive in the selected and received time slot to avoid long lines and unanticipated participants.
     3. Arrive at the DO (see "DO/CMS Map") within your chosen time-frame then wait in your vehicle. Receive the Covid-19 test from CUSD health personnel (see "Covid-19 swab instructions"). You should receive your results by email and/or text in 2-3 days from the date the sample arrives at the lab.


    For detailed information please refer to your ParentSquare message. 

    Thank you for helping to keep our students and staff learning and working in-person.

  • The CDC recommends the following common sense measures to avoid the spread of illness:

    • Wash your hands often with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer for twenty seconds, if soap and water is not available.
    • Avoid touching your nose, eyes or mouth with your hands.
    • Clean or sanitize commonly touched surfaces like doorknobs, light switches, and telephones.
    • Avoid people who appear ill. Stay back at least 6 feet from someone who appears sick.
    • When possible, avoid traveling to an area where there is an outbreak of 2019-nCoV occurring.
    • Cover coughs and sneezes with your elbow, not your hands.
    • If you feel ill, please stay home.  
    • Call ahead before going to the doctor.