A letter from the Cashion Education Foundation:
Dodgeball Cancellation Letter.pdf
Cashion Public Schools New Guidelines for returning to school.
Today, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced significant changes to its guidance regarding COVID-19 quarantines, lowering it from the previous standard of 14 days. You can review the full guidelines here.
The guidance says when a shortened quarantine is in place, the following also should be in place through 14 days after exposure:
CDC officials said a 14-day quarantine is still the safest option but that the change may be better accepted by those who have been exposed. The agency has said most become infectious and experience symptoms within five days of exposure, but some of those who are exposed don't develop symptoms until up to two weeks after exposure.
State health officials have advised that school districts may immediately begin following the new guidance and can apply it to students and/or employees who may currently be in quarantine and are outside the new quarantine window/protocols.
Federal health officials are concerned about the Christmas holiday season, and they also have issued new guidance about traveling. CDC officials recommended people be tested both one to three days before traveling and three to five days after. Even with a negative test, CDC is recommending travelers reduce activities for a week after traveling. Travelers who aren't tested should reduce activities for 10 days, according to the guidance.
Cashion Public Schools Basketball 2020-2021 Protocols
Everyone's health and safety is a priority for Cashion Public Schools during the upcoming winter athletic/activity season. Due to Covid-19, we have put the following guidelines in place to help keep everyone stay as safe as possible while enjoying Cashion Public School’s indoor events. We thank you for your cooperation. Together we can make Cashion Public School’s events safe and enjoyable.
*Please note these guidelines are subject to change as new information and situations arise. *