As of August 11, 2021
The Campbell City School District desires to return to a normal routine to educate all students. We are making every effort to create the best possible learning environment for our students while maintaining daily operations without disruption. Therefore, masks are optional during the school day, yet strongly recommended for students and staff. Masks are required on buses per federal mandates. As medically stated, wearing a mask and being vaccinated reduces the spread of COVID-19 and the likelihood of student and staff quarantine that is disruptive to the learning environment.
At a minimum, students who are showing symptoms including a fever greater than 100.6 degrees will not be permitted to participate in in-person learning. The student may return to school after being symptom free for 48 hours without the need for fever reducing medications. Anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 should isolate away from others and be evaluated for COVID-19. If a student or adults test positive for COVID-19, they should isolate for at least 10 days from the date symptoms started (or the date of the positive test if they have no symptoms).
The Campbell City School District is constantly evaluating and making balanced decisions in the best interest of the students and staff. Masks will likely be required in the 2021-2022 school year at some point. Please be respectful of the current decisions and future decisions. Together, as a community, we must maintain an in-person learning environment for our students. Our decisions are based on a constant review of data and collaboration with other officials and leaders throughout Mahoning County.
As a District, we will always do what is best for students. All future announcements regarding COVID-19 protocols will be timely, responsive, and necessary to maintain in-person learning opportunities and extracurricular activities for our students.