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COVID-19 COMMUNITY LEVEL

The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention offers a COVID-19 Community Level website for people to utilize that measures the hospital beds being used, hospital admissions, and the total number of new cases in an area. The CDC recommends using these metrics to determine if masks should be worn in different settings, including inside schools like Lausanne. Lausanne's Community Health Committee uses this resource to determine appropriate protocols on campus. 

You can check our current level by visiting the CDC website, or by using the tool below.

Protocols at Lausanne based on the current CDC level:

LOW

MEDIUM

HIGH

 

  • Masking is optional for students, faculty and staff in or interacting with SK through 12th Grade. They can choose to wear a mask inside or outside. Families who prefer their student continue to wear a mask are encouraged to contact your child's teacher or advisor and let them know so that decision can be supported.
  • Exposure protocols will continue to be followed as outlined by the CDC. Please share any positive testing results with your division as soon as possible by email.

 

  • Masking is optional for students, faculty and staff in or interacting with SK through 12th Grade. They can choose to wear a mask inside or outside. Families who prefer their student continue to wear a mask are encouraged to contact your child's teacher or advisor and let them know so that decision can be supported.
  • Exposure protocols will continue to be followed as outlined by the CDC. Please share any positive testing results with your division as soon as possible by email.

 

  • Masking is required indoors in public and in the breezeway for students, faculty and staff. 
  • Lunch will move back to advisory and/or classrooms immediately.
  • Attendance at large gatherings (games, performances, etc.) will be limited.
  • Exposure protocols will continue to be followed as outlined by the CDC. Please share any positive testing results with your division as soon as possible by email.
  • Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines.
  • Stay home if you have fever or persistent cough.
  • Get tested if you have symptoms.
  • If you are at high risk for severe illness, talk to your healthcare provider about whether you need to wear a mask and take other precautions.
  • Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines.
  • Stay home if you have fever or persistent cough.
  • Get tested if you have symptoms.
People may choose to mask at any time. People with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19 should wear a mask.
If you are immunocompromised, learn more about how to protect yourself.