COVID-19 Testing Site
General Health & Safety Protocols
White Settlement ISD will continually monitor recommendations by the CDC and local and state health officials and establish protocols that promote the guidance of these entities. WSISD will continue to monitor the number of COVID-19 cases and make adjustments to district procedures, as needed.
Cleaning & Disinfectant Protocols
Health Pre-Screening for Staff & Students
Anyone with a fever of 100 or higher should not come to school or a WSISD facility. Students and staff should also prescreen themselves for any of the following symptoms prior to coming to school:
Students and staff may be subject to temperature checks for verification, especially if they are feeling ill or suspected of having a fever during the school day.
All staff will monitor students and refer to the nurse's clinic if symptoms are present. According to the assessment of the clinic staff, a treatment plan will be determined. Parents will be contacted to pick up students who are unable to remain at school, and the student's return to school plan will be discussed..
Employees must report to their supervisor and the Human Resources Department (817.367.5343) if they have COVID-19 symptoms or are lab-confirmed with COVID-19. If so, the individual must remain off campus until meeting the criteria for re-entry as noted below.
Parents must ensure they do not send a child to school on campus if the child has COVID-19 symptoms (see below) or is lab-confirmed with COVID-19.
Student or Staff Suspected or Confirmed COVID-19 Case Protocols
WSISD COVID-19 Return to School Protocol for Students/Staff
Staff must be cleared by the school nurse prior to returning to the campus.
Students/Staff Who Have Tested Positive For COVID-19
Students/Staff Who Have Symptoms But Have Not Been Tested for COVID-19
Students/Staff Who Have Been Exposed to COVID-19 With No Symptoms
People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness.
Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19: