COVID-19

Swallow School District COVID-19 Information

 Swallow School has reopened for the 2020-21 school year and the information below is meant to help Swallow parents and community members understand the current impact of COVID-19 on the school and in Waukesha County via dashboards as well as provide more about what to do when COVID-19 impacts your family. (Information about the Reopening Task Force is HERE.)

Dashboards

  • Swallow School District Dashboard: This data is provided by the District based on information confirmed by the Waukesha County Health Department and updated daily on school days.

11/24/20

Students

Staff

Isolation (Positive COVID-19 case)

<5

0

Quarantine (Close Contact of Positive COVID-19 case)

34

<5

*Case and quarantine totals less than five are not reported to protect the privacy of individuals per the Waukesha County Health Department.

Navigating with COVID-19--Staying Safe to Stay Open
Over summer 2020 the Waukesha County Health Department created partnerships with each public school district within the County so that school district nurses could assist with contact tracing and disease investigation for enrolled students and staff members in each district. This role has continued to evolve and now, based on the increases to COVID-19 cases in the County and limited staffing at the County, school district nurses are now the ones to complete contact tracing for students and staff of the school district. See THIS LETTER from Waukesha County for more information about this change (November 10, 2020). The County will contact those testing positive and needing to isolate only.

Swallow Mitigation Efforts and Decision-Making Information
Please see the information below to assist you, your family, and our school district in remaining healthy, mitigating risk, and remaining open for school:

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