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COVID-19 Student Testing Consent Form 2022/23 School Year

If you would like the opportunity for your student to participate in COVID-19 testing at school for the 22/23 school year (exposure, symptomatic, surveillance for sports), please fill out the form below. If the school does not receive a consent form, then we will not perform a COVID-19 test on your student.

Wenatchee School District has collaborated with the Washington State Department of Health to be able to offer free COVID-19 testing to staff and students. Our goal is to maintain in-person, safe instruction for our students and staff and to offer the tools necessary for our community to achieve a successful, continued school year.

http://bit.ly/wsdcovidconsent

 

Visit the Chelan Douglas Health District for more locations near you

For more information about how to sign up and FAQs for the COVID-19 vaccine, visit the DOH website.
NAME/ADDRESS
   
NOTES/NUMBER
Confluence Health
615 N Emerson Ave
Mon-Fri
Sat/Sun
7am-2pm
8am-noon   
(509) 663-8711 option 1
Must call before arriving
CVCH
600 Orondo Ave
 
 
(509) 699-1372
Lifeline
230 Grant Rd
Mon-Sat
7am-2pm
(509)663-4602
Walgreen's Pharmacy
 
 

 

 
(509) 665-7539
(509) 886-7047

 

 

 

When a positive case of COVID-19 is discovered in the school setting, school nurses will conduct contact tracing.

The Wenatchee School District has established contact tracing and closure protocols consistent with guidelines from the Chelan-Douglas Health District.

How do staff conduct contact tracing?

Contact tracing within WSD involves speaking with the person who tested positive for COVID-19 about who they were in contact with while they were in our buildings or participating in in-person activities during their infectious period. School nurses will call the parents of the students who were close contacts to let them know they were exposed by someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

School nurses also alert Chelan-Douglas Health Department about each positive case and close contact.

What does “close contact” mean?

Close contact means being within 3 feet for a combined total of 15 minutes or more within a 24-hour period.

Upcoming Events

December 12
December 13

Interagency Meeting

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

December 13

Board Meeting

6:00 PM

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