The kids get tested weekly. No shutdowns. I haven't heard of any cases at the school.
Is it a k-12?
No, a K-8. Teachers and staff get tested too.
I have kids in two private schools and each grade gets tested about once every two weeks. One has only had one positive test and no shut down since the timing of the test was before school started. The other has had a few positives but no shut down beyond cohorts going remote. The hill schools seem to be having a lot of high school students test positive and they keep closing and opening. I wonder if that's because a lot of their students play sports?
I think in the case of R and F it's because the schools have barely been open so kids have been seeing each other in other venues that aren't as safe. HM is fullly open, 100% in which probably makes spread harder to control.
F is doing more on campus testing than any other school I think. You test more, you find more cases.
I think a number of schools are doing the same level of testing on campus. And some are doing none.
k-8 and weekly/ biweekly testing. no shut downs. i think high school kids get more covid bc they socialize differently.
They test weekly, and I believe there have been two cases thus far (one in the lower school and one in the upper school). The school did not shut down, just the affected kid, and I'm assuming their pod.
Yes our private K-12 is testing a portion of the population (students and teachers) each week, and yes there have been some targeted shutdowns of individual classrooms or in some cases whole grades as a result, though in most cases it's been the teachers rather than the students that have been positive.