Communications & Data
2021-2022 Updated Return to School Guidance
Safe Return to In-person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan
The recently passed American Rescue Plan (ARP) provides federal resources to support states and local school districts. School districts that receive funds through ARP are required to develop a "safe return to in-person instruction and continuity of service plan". The Ohio Department of Education has provided guidance to local school districts on required components of the plan. If you would like to provide input into the development of the plan, please email our Director of Student Services, Mr. Jeff Madden. Public input will be considered for all revisions of the plan. At a minimum, plans will be reviewed twice a school year.
Click here to view the Beavercreek City Schools Safe Return to In-person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan.
COVID-19 Weekly Communication & Data
Beavercreek City Schools will update families and the Beavercreek community concerning any confirmed COVID-19 cases in our school district on a daily and weekly basis on this webpage. Below is information from the 2021-2022 school year. You can expect summary data to be posted each Friday by 5:00 p.m.
We will also communicate to each family in the event their child has come in close contact (0-3 feet for 15 minutes) with a positive person.
Finally, the spreadsheet below lists daily positive cases by building and teacher. This will be updated hourly. You can view the classroom that had a positive person reported in it. This spreadsheet has buildings listed at the bottom. Each dated entry represents a positive case. This information will allow parents, students, and staff to see if they were in the same room with a positive person. This does NOT mean your child is quarantined. We will call anyone that was in direct contact (3 feet or less, for 15 minutes within 24 hours) with a positive person.
Click HERE to view the daily positive COVID-19 Spreadsheet. Cases reported in this spreadsheet are those positive students/staff who have been contact traced. Not all positive cases reported to the district have to be contact traced. Example: a student was quarantined due to exposure outside of school and later became positive after being home in quarantine for 2 days.