A look at the school district’s COVID-19 contact tracing process
During a work session October 6, the Perrysburg Board of Education heard a presentation on what happens when a student or employee is exposed to someone with COVID-19.
Sara Stockwell, director of student services and well-being, and Deb Reddick, head nurse, shared the step-by-step process the district takes with the Wood County Health Department when the district receives news of a student or staff member being positive, including how quarantines are determined.
Superintendent Tom Hosler reiterated that the district has been contact tracing since July. “We have not seen student-to-student, student-to-staff or staff-to-staff infection.”
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