2022-2023 COVID-19 Guidance

Beavercreek City Schools continues to monitor the COVID-19 Pandemic. To start the 2022-2023 School year, the district will follow the Mask to Stay/Test to Play Guidance.

As a reminder, parents are no longer required to report positive COVID-19 cases to the school district, but we are asking parents to follow the recommendations that have been issued under Mask to Stay which were issued by the Ohio Department of Health January 26, 2022.

Additionally, the Guidance from the CDC, the Ohio Department of Health, and Greene County Public Health Department recommend that a positive person remain isolated for 5 days. Students will be expected to remain home for 5 days if they become positive with COVID-19. They may return to school after 5 days if they wear a mask for 5 additional days. If a student is not able to return with a mask, after being positive, they are to remain home for 10 days.

Please refer to the COVID-19 Calculator to help determine your child's return to school date.

As always, please communicate absences to the school attendance office, and work with your child's teacher to receive any missed work during absences.

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 the 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.