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Reporting of Confirmed Cases

Seminole ISD is committed to protecting the health and safety of students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The District COVID Committee, Nursing Staff, and Campus/District Administration are monitoring any outbreaks of COVID-19 on campus or school premises. Seminole ISD will continue to work with local and state health officials on this effort.

Seminole ISD posts notifications of confirmed cases as received on this webpage since tracking began on August 13, 2020.

 

Seminole ISD COVID-19 Dashboard (update 03/08/2020)

Facility

Active Staff Cases

Active Student Cases

Recovered Staff Cases

Recovered Student Cases

Adult Education 0 0 0 2
Maintenance & Transportation 0 n/a 5 n/a
Auxiliary 0 n/a 10 n/a
Central Office 0 n/a 4 n/a
Special Education 0 n/a 3 n/a
Technology 0 n/a 0 n/a
Success Center 0 0 2 2
High School 0 0 25 71
Junior High 0 0 14 33
Elementary 0 0 9 10
Primary 0 0 14 5
F.J. Young 0 0 13 4
 
 
On Tuesday, August 25, 2020, the administration was notified that a ninth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. That individual experienced the onset of symptoms beginning Monday, August 24, and has since quarantined. Per CDC guidance, contact tracing will not be required because the student’s last day to be present was Friday, August 21. The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.

This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

As an additional precaution, Seminole ISD is in the process of thoroughly disinfecting all areas of Seminole High School. Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Seminole ISD has referred the case to our partners at South Plains Public Health District. Those health officials will conduct the investigation, contact families, and perform any necessary contact tracing they deem appropriate.

Please contact our office if you have any questions.
On Saturday, August 29, 2020, Seminole ISD Administration was notified that one of our groundskeepers of the Maintenance Department tested positive for COVID-19. That individual experienced the onset of symptoms beginning Thursday, August 27, did not report to work on Friday, and performed a rapid test Friday afternoon. On Saturday, August 29, the individual immediately notified his/her direct supervisor after receiving a COVID-positive test result and has since quarantined.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any students, their families, and staff that are determined to have had close contact. The employee did not enter any of the campuses on Thursday, August 27. As a good measure, the SISD Operations Department is in the process of thoroughly disinfecting all areas associated with his/her work routine.

This document serves as notification to all individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact our office at 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Monday, August 31, 2020, Seminole ISD Administration was notified that an eleventh-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms the evening of Friday, August 29, tested positive on Sunday, and the parent promptly notified schools first thing Monday morning. The student has since quarantined.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department is in the process of thoroughly disinfecting all areas of Seminole High School. 
 
This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Thursday, September 3, 2020, Seminole ISD Administration was notified that a freshman volleyball player (who was asymptomatic) and her sibling who is a junior student, both tested positive for COVID-19. One of them experienced the onset of symptoms Sunday evening, all family members tested on Monday, and the two received a positive result on Thursday, September 3. It was at that time the parent notified schools on Thursday, September 3. The students have since quarantined.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and have begun reaching out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department is in the process of thoroughly disinfecting all areas of Seminole High School.

This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Tuesday, September 8, 2020, Seminole Junior High School Campus Administration was notified that a sixth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The student began experiencing the onset of symptoms (congestion) Wednesday, September 2. On the morning of Friday, September 7, the student experienced what seemed to be potentially COVID-positive related symptoms, so the student and his/her siblings did not report to school; instead performed a rapid test. The family was contacted on Monday, September 7th by health officials with one sibling receiving a COVID-positive test result. It was on Tuesday, September 8, that the SJHS Administration was notified of the COVID testing and positive result. The student and his/her siblings have remained in self-quarantine since last Friday.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and have reached out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department is in the process of thoroughly disinfecting all areas of Seminole Junior High School.

This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.
On Tuesday, September 8, 2020, Seminole ISD Administration was notified that an employee at the SISD Administration Building tested positive for COVID-19. The employee began experiencing the onset of symptoms beginning Saturday, September 5. On Tuesday, September 8, the employee did not report to work and performed a rapid test. It was that same day the employee notified SISD Administration of the COVID testing and positive result. The employee has remained in self-quarantine since Saturday.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and have reached out privately to any impacted families and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of the Seminole ISD Administration Building. 

This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Friday, September 18, 2020, Seminole Primary Administration was notified that a Third Grade staff member had been in close contact with an individual who tested positive for COVID-19. The employee immediately left the building and the classroom was sanitized.  The employee performed a rapid test Friday afternoon. Friday evening, the employee notified SISD Primary Administration of the COVID testing and positive result. The employee has remained in self-quarantine since Friday at 11:00.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and have reached out privately to any impacted families and staff. The SISD Operations Department will thoroughly disinfect all areas of the Seminole ISD Primary Building on Monday before students return to the building on Tuesday. 
 
This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to Employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.5841 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Friday, September 18, 2020, Seminole ISD Administration was notified that an employee at the SISD Auxiliary Building tested positive for COVID-19. The employee self-isolated beginning Wednesday, September 16, as a precautionary measure, awaiting results of potential positive exposure. The employee performed a rapid test Friday afternoon. Friday evening, the employee notified the SISD Administration of the COVID testing and positive result. The employee has remained in self-quarantine since Friday at 11:00.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and have reached out privately to any impacted families and staff. The SISD Operations Department will thoroughly disinfect all areas of the Seminole ISD Auxiliary Building prior to the return of students and staff to the building on Tuesday. 
 
This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to Employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662if you have any questions or concerns.
On Tuesday, September 22, 2020, Seminole High School Administration was notified that a tenth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The student self-isolated beginning Friday, September 18, as a precautionary measure, awaiting results of potential positive exposure. The student performed a rapid test Monday, and parents notified Campus Administration first thing Tuesday morning of the COVID testing and positive result. The student has remained in self-quarantine since Friday.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and have reached out privately to any impacted families and staff. The SISD Operations Department will thoroughly disinfect all areas of the Seminole High School. 
 
This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Tuesday, September 22, 2020, Seminole Elementary School Campus Administration was notified that a fifth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The student experienced what seemed to be potentially COVID-positive related symptoms, so the student and his/her siblings did not report to school on Friday, September 18; instead performed a rapid test. It was on Tuesday, September 22, that the Seminole Elementary Administration was notified of the COVID testing and positive result. The student and his/her siblings have remained in self-quarantine since last Friday.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and have reached out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department is in the process of thoroughly disinfecting all areas of Seminole Elementary School.

This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.
 
Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Monday, September 28, 2020, the Seminole Technology Center was notified that a department employee tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms on the morning of Friday, September 25. The employee promptly self-isolated, communicated to his/her supervisor, and left the district premises. It was determined through contact-tracing that the employee did not work within 6 feet of and/or without wearing a mask of other employees or students. The employee performed a lab test on Saturday and promptly notified his/her supervisor first thing Monday morning upon learning of a COVID-positive test result. The employee has remained in self-quarantine since Wednesday.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department is in the process of thoroughly disinfecting all areas of Seminole High School. 

This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Monday, September 28, 2020, the Seminole Success Center was notified that a staff employee tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms on the morning of Saturday, September 26. The employee promptly self-isolated, communicated to his/her supervisor and has not been on campus premises. It was determined through contact-tracing that the employee did not work within 6 feet of and/or without wearing a mask of other employees or students. The employee performed a lab test on Monday, September 28, and promptly notified his/her supervisor first thing upon learning of a COVID-positive test result. The employee has remained in self-quarantine since Saturday, September 26.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department is in the process of thoroughly disinfecting all areas of Seminole Success Center School. 

This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Monday, September 28, 2020, Primary administration was notified that a third-grade student tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday, September 26, 2020. That individual did not experience symptoms but tested due to close contact.  The student has been quarantined since September 23, 2020 at 2:19 PM. 

This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

As an additional precaution, Seminole ISD thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole Primary. Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Seminole ISD has referred the case to our partners at South Plains Public Health District. Those health officials will conduct the investigation, contact families, and perform any necessary contact tracing they deem appropriate.

Please contact our office if you have any questions.
On Monday, September 28, 2020, Seminole Primary Administration was notified that an elective teacher performed a rapid test at a doctor’s office that morning.  COVID testing indicated a positive result. The employee was last on campus Friday, September 25th.  
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and have reached out privately to any impacted families and staff. 
 
This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to Employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.5841 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Monday, September 28, 2020, Primary administration was notified that a third-grade student tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday, September 26, 2020. That individual did not experience symptoms but tested due to close contact.  The student has been quarantined since September 23, 2020 at 2:19 PM. 

This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

As an additional precaution, Seminole ISD thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole Primary. Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Seminole ISD has referred the case to our partners at South Plains Public Health District. Those health officials will conduct the investigation, contact families, and perform any necessary contact tracing they deem appropriate.

Please contact our office if you have any questions.
On Wednesday, September 30, 2020, Seminole Junior High Administration was notified that a seventh-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms on the evening of Monday, September 28. The student did not report to school on Tuesday or Wednesday and promptly notified the school first thing Wednesday morning upon learning of a COVID-positive test result. The student has remained in self-quarantine since Monday.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department is in the process of thoroughly disinfecting all areas of Seminole Junior High School. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. We kindly ask if you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
 
 
 
On Wednesday, September 30, 2020, Seminole High Administration was notified that a tenth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The individual has been under physician care since Thursday, September 24. The family provided documentation that he/she was permitted to attend classes; medical diagnosis unrelated to COVID-19. As a precautionary measure, the student was tested for COVID. On Wednesday morning, the parents promptly notified the school upon learning of a COVID-positive test result. The student did not report to school and has since quarantined.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department is in the process of thoroughly disinfecting all areas of Seminole High School. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. We kindly ask if you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Monday, October 5, 2020, F.J. Young Elementary Administration was notified that an educational aide, who works with some of our first-grade students, tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms on the evening of Wednesday, September 30. As a precautionary measure, the employee contacted his/her direct supervisor first thing on Friday, October 2, did not report to work and performed a lab test. On Monday, October 5, the employee notified the Campus Administration of the COVID testing and positive result. It was determined through contact-tracing that the employee did not work directly with anyone this past week without a face covering on at all times. The employee has remained in self-quarantine since Friday.

 

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of F.J. Young Elementary.

 

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

 

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3636 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Tuesday, October 6, 2020, Seminole High Administration was notified that a ninth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms on Monday, October 5, and performed a rapid test. The parent promptly notified the school Monday evening upon learning of a COVID-positive test result and the student did not report to school Tuesday, October 6. The student has remained in self-quarantine since Monday evening.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole High School.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Friday, October 9, 2020, Seminole Boys Athletics was notified that a twelfth-grade football player tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms on Monday, October 5. The individual went to the doctor, was treated, and sent home to return to school on Tuesday, October 13. With his symptoms continuing the athlete was tested on Friday, October 9. The student/parents promptly notified the ‪Athletic Department upon learning of a COVID-positive test result. The student has remained in self-quarantine since Monday evening‬.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of the athletic facility and will continue to do so.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact ‪432.758.1339‬ if you have any questions or concerns.
On Saturday, October 10, 2020, Seminole Boys Athletics was notified that a varsity football coach tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms on Friday, October 9. He was sent home at halftime of the varsity football game to quarantine and performed a rapid test Saturday morning. The coach promptly notified the Athletic Department Saturday morning upon learning of COVID-positive test results. The coach has remained in self-quarantine since Friday evening.

The coach had his face covering on at all times while working with players and coaches for the duration of time he was around the team. Players who could have been exposed have also had splatter shields and masks installed on their helmets since Thursday, October 8.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of the athletic facility and will continue to do so.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

Due to employee laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact ‪432.758.1339‬ if you have any questions or concerns.
On Tuesday, October 13, 2020, Seminole High Administration was notified that a ninth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms on Thursday, October 8, did not report to school Thursday or Friday, and performed a lab test. The parent promptly notified the school first thing Tuesday morning upon learning of a COVID-positive test result Saturday morning. The student has remained in self-quarantine since Thursday.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole High School. 
 
Per the Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Tuesday, October 13, 2020, F.J. Young Elementary Administration was notified that a teacher, who works with our first-grade students, tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms the evening of Monday, October 12, and has since quarantined. Per CDC guidance, contact tracing will not be required because the employee’s last day to be present was Thursday, October 8. The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.

 

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of F.J. Young Elementary. 

 

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

 

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Wednesday, October 14, Seminole Junior High Administration was notified that an eighth-grade teacher/boys coach tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms Wednesday afternoon, contacted his/her direct supervisor, and performed a rapid test. It was determined through contact-tracing that this employee had no close contact with anyone at Seminole Junior High School. The employee did not report to work Thursday and has since quarantined.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole Junior High. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Thursday, October 15, Seminole Elementary Administration was notified that an elective teacher tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms the evening of Wednesday, October 14, contacted his/her direct supervisor, and performed a rapid test Thursday morning. It was determined through contact-tracing that the employee did not work directly with anyone this past week without a face covering on at all times. The employee did not report to work Thursday and has since quarantined.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole Elementary. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Friday, October 16, 2020, the Seminole Success Center was notified that a staff employee tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms on the morning of Friday, October 9th, 2020. The employee promptly self-isolated, communicated to his/her supervisor, and has not been on campus premises. It was determined through contact-tracing that the employee did not work within 6 feet of and/or without wearing a mask of other employees or students. The employee performed a lab test on Tuesday, October 13, 2020, received results on Friday, October 16th, 2020, and promptly notified his/her supervisor first thing upon learning of a COVID-positive test result. The employee has remained in self-quarantine since Monday, October 12, 2020.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department is in the process of thoroughly disinfecting all areas of Seminole Success Center School. 

This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Friday, October 16, 2020, the Seminole ISD Operations Department was notified that a bus driver tested positive for COVID-19. As a precautionary measure, the individual (who was asymptomatic) performed a rapid test and self-quarantined early Friday afternoon upon learning of a COVID+ family member. It was determined through contact tracing that the employee did not work directly with any students or staff members this week within six feet of, or without a face covering on, at all times. The employee has since self-quarantined.


Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department thoroughly disinfects all buses after each route. 

This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Friday, October 16, 2020, the Seminole ISD Operations Department was notified that a bus driver tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms Friday morning, promptly self-isolated, communicated to his/her supervisor, and performed a rapid test. It was determined through contact tracing that the employee did not work directly with anyone this past week without a face covering on at all times. The employee has since self-quarantined.


Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department thoroughly disinfects all buses after each route. 

This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Monday, October 19, Seminole Elementary Administration was notified that a special education teacher tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms the Sunday, October 18, contacted his/her direct supervisor, and performed a rapid test Monday morning. The employee did not report to work Monday and has since quarantined.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole Elementary.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Monday, October 19, Seminole High School Administration was notified that a ninth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. That individual experienced the onset of symptoms beginning Friday, October 16, and has since quarantined. Per CDC guidance, contact tracing will not be required because the student’s last day to be present was Wednesday, October 14. The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole High School. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Monday, October 19, Seminole Junior High Administration was notified that an eighth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms Monday mid-morning, was promptly removed from the classroom setting to self-isolate, left school premises to seek medical treatment, and performed a rapid test. It was determined through contact-tracing that this student had no close contact with anyone at Seminole Junior High School. The student has been quarantined since October 19, 2020, at 11:00 AM. 
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole Junior High. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Tuesday, October 20, Seminole Elementary Administration was notified that a fourth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. That individual did not experience symptoms but tested due to close contact. The student has been quarantined since October 19, 2020, at 10:00 AM. 

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole Elementary.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Tuesday, October 20, Seminole Junior High School Administration was notified that an eighth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The student, who was asymptomatic, self-quarantined, and performed a rapid test upon learning of a sibling testing positive. Per CDC guidance, contact tracing will not be required because the student’s last day to be present was Friday, October 16. The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole Junoir High School. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Wednesday, October 21, Seminole High School Administration was notified that an eleventh-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. That individual experienced the onset of symptoms beginning the morning of Monday, October 19, was promptly removed from the classroom setting to self-isolate, left school premises to seek medical treatment, and performed a lab test. The student has been quarantined since October 19, 2020, at 10:00 AM.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole High School. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Thursday, October 22, Seminole Success Center Administration was notified that a student tested positive for COVID-19. The student has self-quarantined and went in to be tested upon feeling symptoms, testing positive. Per CDC guidance, the campus and family are in the process of contact tracing and have not found a case of close contact at the campus because the student has been absent the last 48 hours. The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of the Seminole Success Center. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Thursday, October 22, 2020, the Special Education Department was notified that a diagnostician, who works with some of our junior high students, tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms Wednesday 21. As a precautionary measure, the employee contacted his/her direct supervisor first thing Wednesday morning, did not report to work, and performed a lab test. On Thursday, the employee notified the Department’s Administration of the COVID testing and positive result. It was determined through contact-tracing that the employee did not work directly with any students this past week without a face covering on at all times. The employee and his/her family have remained in self-quarantine since Wednesday.


Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole Junior High School and Special Education Building. 

 

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

 

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Thursday, October 22, 2020, Seminole Junior High Administration was notified that a sixth-grade student (who was asymptomatic) and his/her sibling who is a sixth-grade student, both tested positive for COVID-19. One of them experienced the onset of symptoms Tuesday, October 20th, self-quarantined, and has not returned to campus. As a precautionary measure, all family members performed a rapid test on Wednesday, where the two received a positive result. 

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole Junior High School. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Monday, October 25, 2020, Seminole Elementary Administration was notified that a fifth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. That individual, who was asymptomatic, tested as a precautionary measure due to close-contact exposure and has since quarantined. Per CDC guidance, contact tracing will not be required because the student’s last day to be present was Monday, October 19. The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department continues to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole Elementary.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Tuesday, October 27, 2020, F.J. Young Elementary Administration was notified that a member of the janitorial staff, who serves some of our kindergarten classrooms, tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms Tuesday morning, immediately self-quarantined, and has not returned to campus. As a precautionary measure, the employee performed a rapid test Tuesday afternoon, and notified the Campus Administration of the COVID testing and positive result. It was determined through contact-tracing that the employee did not work directly with anyone this past week without a face covering on at all times. The employee has remained in self-quarantine since Tuesday.


Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has and continues to thoroughly disinfect all areas of F.J. Young Elementary.


Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases,


Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you, or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3636 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Wednesday,  October 28, Seminole Success Center Administration was notified that a student tested positive for COVID-19. The student has self-quarantined and went in to be tested because a family member tested positive. The student is asymptomatic but has tested positive.  Per CDC guidance, the campus and family are in the process of contact tracing and have not found a case of close contact at the campus because the student has been absent the last 48 hours.  The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of the Seminole Success Center. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Thursday, October 29, 2020, Seminole Elementary Administration was notified that a fifth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. That individual experienced the onset of symptoms Tuesday, and as a precautionary measure did not report to school Wednesday; instead remained home and performed a rapid test.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department continues to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole Elementary.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Monday, October 26, Seminole High School Administration was notified that an employee tested positive for COVID-19. That individual experienced the onset of symptoms beginning Sunday, October 26, did not report to work, and self-quarantined. Per CDC guidance, contact tracing will not be required because the employee's last day to be present was Friday, October 23. The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole High School. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Wednesday, October 28, 2020, F.J. Young Elementary Administration was notified that an employee tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms Tuesday evening, immediately self-quarantined, and has not returned to campus. As a precautionary measure, the employee performed a rapid test on Wednesday, and notified the Campus Administration of the COVID testing and positive result. It was determined through contact-tracing that the employee did not work directly with anyone this past week without a face covering on at all times. The employee has remained in self-quarantine since Tuesday.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has and continues to thoroughly disinfect all areas of F.J. Young Elementary.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases,

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you, or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3636 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Thursday, October 29, Seminole High School Administration was notified that an eleventh-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. That individual experienced the onset of symptoms beginning Sunday, October 26, did not report to the school all week, and self-quarantined. Per CDC guidance, contact tracing will not be required because the student's last day to be present was Friday, October 23. The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole High School. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Thursday, October 29, Seminole Junior High Administration was notified that a sixth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The individual experienced the onset of symptoms Thursday, October 22, was tested on Monday, October 26, and received a positive result on Wednesday, October 28th. It was on Thursday, that the campus administration was notified of the COVID testing and positive test result. The student has since quarantined.

 

It is important that we remain diligent in recognizing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Please communicate with campus administration if your student is tested for COVID-19. If you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing the onset of what could potentially be COVID-positive and/or pending COVID-testing results; we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results.

 

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has and will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole Junior High. 

 

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

 

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Thursday, October 29, Seminole High School Administration was notified that an eleventh-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. Per CDC guidance, contact tracing will not be required because the student's last day to be present was Monday, October 26. The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole High School. 

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Thursday, October 29, 2020, F.J. Young Elementary Administration was notified that an employee tested positive for COVID-19. As a precautionary measure, the employee performed a rapid test Thursday afternoon, and notified the Campus Administration of the COVID testing and positive result. It was determined through contact-tracing that the employee did not work directly with anyone this past week without a face covering on at all times. The employee has remained in self-quarantine since Thursday.


Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has and continues to thoroughly disinfect all areas of F.J. Young Elementary.


Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes over a 24 hour period within 6ft without a mask. 


We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases,


Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you, or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3636 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Friday, October 30, 2020, Seminole Elementary Administration was notified that a fourth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. That individual, who was asymptomatic, tested as a precautionary measure due to close contact with a family member. The student did not report to school today and has since quarantined.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department continues to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole Elementary.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes over a 24 hour period within 6ft without a mask. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Friday, October 30, 2020, F.J. Young Elementary Administration was notified that a first-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The individual, who was asymptomatic, immediately self-quarantined, and has not returned to campus. Per CDC guidance, contact tracing will not be required because the student's last day to be present was Tuesday, October 27. The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.


Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has and continues to thoroughly disinfect all areas of F.J. Young Elementary.


Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes over a 24 hour period within 6ft without a mask.  We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases,


Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you, or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3636 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Friday, October 30, Seminole Elementary Administration was notified that a fourth-grade teacher tested positive for COVID-19. The individual did not report to work, performed a rapid test, notified his/her supervisor, and quarantined. Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff.

It is important that we remain diligent in recognizing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Please communicate with campus administration if your student is tested for COVID-19. If you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing the onset of what could potentially be COVID-positive and/or pending COVID-testing results; we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results.

The SISD Operations Department has and will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole Elementary.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Friday, October 30, 2020, F.J. Young Elementary Administration was notified that an employee tested positive for COVID-19. As a precautionary measure, the employee performed a rapid test Friday afternoon, and notified the Campus Administration of the COVID testing and positive result. It was determined through contact-tracing that the employee did not work directly with anyone this past week without a face covering on at all times. The employee has remained in self-quarantine since Friday.


Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has and continues to thoroughly disinfect all areas of F.J. Young Elementary.


Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes over a 24 hour period within 6ft without a mask. 


We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases,


Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you, or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3636 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Sunday, November 1, and on Monday, November 2, Seminole Junior High School Administration was notified that a sixth grade student, a teacher and a paraprofessional all have tested positive for COVID-19. The student developed symptoms Monday morning on the way to school and returned home.  The student later that morning performed a rapid test that came back positive.  The teacher developed symptoms early Sunday morning while at home.  Later that day the teacher performed a rapid test that came back positive. The paraprofessional's child lost smell and taste so the entire family was tested with several coming back positive.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole Junior High.
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per the Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases, 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Monday, November 2, 2020, F.J. Young Elementary Administration was notified that an employee tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend. As a precautionary measure, the employee performed a rapid test Sunday afternoon, and notified the Campus Administration of the COVID testing and positive result. It was determined through contact-tracing that the employee did not work directly with anyone this past week without a face covering on at all times. The employee has remained in self-quarantine since Sunday.


Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has and continues to thoroughly disinfect all areas of F.J. Young Elementary.


Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes over a 24 hour period within 6ft without a mask. 


We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases,


Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you, or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3636 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Monday, November 2, 2020, F.J. Young Elementary Administration was notified that a PreK teacher tested positive for COVID-19. As a precautionary measure, the employee performed a rapid test Monday afternoon, and notified the Campus Administration of the COVID testing and positive result. It was determined through contact-tracing that the employee did not work directly with anyone this past week without a face covering on at all times. The employee has remained in self-quarantine.


Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has and continues to thoroughly disinfect all areas of F.J. Young Elementary.


Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes over a 24 hour period within 6ft without a mask. 


We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases,


Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you, or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3636 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Monday, November 2, 2020, F.J. Young Elementary Administration was notified that a First Grade teacher tested positive for COVID-19. As a precautionary measure, the employee performed a lab test Saturday afternoon, and notified the Campus Administration of the COVID testing and positive result on Monday. It was determined through contact-tracing that the employee did not work directly with anyone this past week without a face covering on at all times. The employee has remained in self-quarantine since Saturday.


Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has and continues to thoroughly disinfect all areas of F.J. Young Elementary.


Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes over a 24 hour period within 6ft without a mask. 


We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases,


Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you, or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3636 if you have any questions or concerns.

Today Seminole Junior High School Administration was notified that a 6th grade student and an 8th grade student tested positive for COVID-19. Seminole Junior High School Nursing Staff is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. To remain open and up-front about all COVID-19 reportings; most up-to-date information is available on our website at Reporting of Confirmed Cases.

 

It is important that we remain diligent in following social-distancing protocols and recognizing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Please communicate with campus administration if your student is tested for COVID-19. If you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing the onset of what could potentially be COVID-positive and/or pending COVID-testing results; we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results.

 

The SISD Operations Department will continue to disinfect all areas of Seminole Junior High School. 

 

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

 

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Wednesday, November 4, Seminole High School Administration was notified that four students tested positive for COVID-19. Seminole High School Nursing Staff is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. To remain open and up-front about all COVID+ reportings; most up-to-date information is available on our website at Reporting of Confirmed Cases.

It is important that we remain diligent in following social-distancing protocols and recognizing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Please communicate with campus administration if your student is tested for COVID-19. If you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing the onset of what could potentially be COVID-positive and/or pending COVID-testing results; we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results.

The SISD Operations Department will continue to disinfect all areas of Seminole High School.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Wednesday, November 4, Seminole Elementary Administration was notified that a fourth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The student has not been on campus since Thursday, October 29. Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff.

It is important that we remain diligent in recognizing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Please communicate with campus administration if your student is tested for COVID-19. If you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing the onset of what could potentially be COVID-positive and/or pending COVID-testing results; we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results.

The SISD Operations Department has and will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole Elementary.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Wednesday, November 4, Seminole Junior High School Administration was notified that a sixth grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The student had a headache on Tuesday, November 3 and did not attend school.  He woke up feeling fine on Wednesday, November 4 so he came to school.  The student started feeling bad around 1:00 pm, he was then isolated and was picked up by a parent. A rapid test was performed that came back positive. Per CDC guidance, contact tracing will be conducted for Monday, November 2 and Wednesday, November 4. The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole Junior High School. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

Late in the evening on Thursday, November 5, Seminole Junior High School Administration was notified that a teacher-tested positive for COVID-19. The teacher developed symptoms during the day on Wednesday at school and immediately went home. The teacher performed a COVID-19 test on Thursday that came back positive. Per CDC guidance, contact tracing will be conducted for Monday, November 2, Tuesday, November 3, and Wednesday, November 4. The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.

 

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole Junior High School. 

 

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 

 

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Friday, November 6, Seminole Elementary Administration was notified that a fourth-grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The student experienced the onset of symptoms Thursday evening and did not report to campus today. Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff.

It is important that we remain diligent in recognizing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Please communicate with campus administration if your student is tested for COVID-19. If you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing the onset of what could potentially be COVID-positive and/or pending COVID-testing results; we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results.

The SISD Operations Department has and will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole Elementary.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Friday, November 6, Seminole High School Administration was notified that six students tested positive for COVID-19. Seminole High School Nursing Staff is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. To remain open and up-front about all COVID+ reportings; most up-to-date information is available on our website at Reporting of Confirmed Cases.

It is important that we remain diligent in following social-distancing protocols and recognizing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Please communicate with campus administration if your student is tested for COVID-19. If you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing the onset of what could potentially be COVID-positive and/or pending COVID-testing results; we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results.

The SISD Operations Department will continue to disinfect all areas of Seminole High School.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Sunday,  November 8, Adult Education Administration was notified that a student tested positive for COVID-19. The student has self-quarantined and has not been in the Adult Ed. building since Wednesday, November 4th.  Per CDC guidance, the campus and family are in the process of contact tracing and have not found a case of close contact at the campus and the student has been absent the last 48 hours.  The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of the Seminole Success Center. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Monday, November 9, Seminole High School Administration was notified that three students tested positive for COVID-19. Seminole High School Nursing Staff is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. To remain open and up-front about all COVID+ reportings; most up-to-date information is available on our website at Reporting of Confirmed Cases.

It is important that we remain diligent in following social-distancing protocols and recognizing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Please communicate with campus administration if your student is tested for COVID-19. If you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing the onset of what could potentially be COVID-positive and/or pending COVID-testing results; we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results.

The SISD Operations Department will continue to disinfect all areas of Seminole High School.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Monday, November 9, Seminole High School Administration was notified that two employees tested positive for COVID-19. Seminole High School Nursing Staff is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. To remain open and up-front about all COVID+ reportings; most up-to-date information is available on our website at Reporting of Confirmed Cases.

It is important that we remain diligent in following social-distancing protocols and recognizing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Please communicate with campus administration if your student is tested for COVID-19. If you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing the onset of what could potentially be COVID-positive and/or pending COVID-testing results; we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results.

The SISD Operations Department will continue to disinfect all areas of Seminole High School.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Monday, November 9, Seminole Junior High School Administration was notified that an eighth grade student and a teacher tested positive for COVID-19. The student developed symptoms Monday and did not attend school.  The teacher developed symptoms Friday night while at home, performed a rapid test that came back positive and did not come to work on Monday. 

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole Junior High. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per the Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases, 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Tuesday, November 10, 2020, Primary administration was notified that a third-grade student tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday, November 6, 2020. That student did not experience symptoms but tested due to close contact.  The student has been quarantined since November 5, 2020 and was last on campus on Thursday, November 4, 2020.  


This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.


As an additional precaution, Seminole ISD thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole Primary. Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Seminole ISD has referred the case to our partners at South Plains Public Health District. Those health officials will conduct the investigation, contact families, and perform any necessary contact tracing they deem appropriate.


Please contact our office if you have any questions.

On Tuesday, November 10, Seminole High School Administration was notified that eight students tested positive for COVID-19. Seminole High School Nursing Staff is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. To remain open and up-front about all COVID+ reportings; most up-to-date information is available on our website at Reporting of Confirmed Cases.

It is important that we remain diligent in following social-distancing protocols and recognizing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Please communicate with campus administration if your student is tested for COVID-19. If you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing the onset of what could potentially be COVID-positive and/or pending COVID-testing results; we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results.

The SISD Operations Department will continue to disinfect all areas of Seminole High School.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Tuesday, November 10, Seminole ISD Administration was notified that an employee at the Administration Building tested positive for COVID-19. Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and have reached out privately to any impacted families and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of the Seminole ISD Administration Building. 
 
It is important that we remain diligent in following social-distancing protocols and recognizing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Please communicate with campus administration if your student is tested for COVID-19. If you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing the onset of what could potentially be COVID-positive and/or pending COVID-testing results; we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Wednesday, November 11, Seminole High School Administration was notified that two employees tested positive for COVID-19. Seminole High School Nursing Staff is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. To remain open and up-front about all COVID+ reportings; most up-to-date information is available on our website at Reporting of Confirmed Cases.

It is important that we remain diligent in following social-distancing protocols and recognizing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Please communicate with campus administration if your student is tested for COVID-19. If you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing the onset of what could potentially be COVID-positive and/or pending COVID-testing results; we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results.

The SISD Operations Department will continue to disinfect all areas of Seminole High School.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
Late in the afternoon of Wednesday, November 11, 2020, F.J. Young Elementary Administration was notified that a PreK student and Kindergarten student tested positive for COVID-19. The students tested because of close contact with a family member and immediately self-quarantined until results were obtained. Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has and continues to thoroughly disinfect all areas of F.J. Young Elementary.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes over a 24 hour period within 6ft without a mask.  We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases,

Due to FERPA laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you, or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Friday, November 13, Seminole Junior High School Administration was notified that a paraprofessional tested positive for COVID-19. That paraprofessional did not come to work and has since been quarantined.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole Junior High.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per the Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases,

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Friday, November 13, 2020, F.J. Young Elementary Administration was notified that a First Grade teacher was in close contact with someone that tested positive for COVID-19. The teacher immediately left the campus. As a precautionary measure, the employee performed a rapid test and notified the Campus Administration of the COVID testing and positive result. It was determined through contact-tracing that the employee did not work directly with anyone this past week without a face covering on at all times. The employee has remained in self-quarantine.


Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has and continues to thoroughly disinfect all areas of F.J. Young Elementary.


Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes over a 24 hour period within 6 ft without a mask. 


We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases,


Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you, or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Monday, November 16, Seminole Elementary Administration was notified that two employees tested positive for COVID-19. Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff.

It is important that we remain diligent in recognizing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Please communicate with campus administration if your student is tested for COVID-19. If you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing the onset of what could potentially be COVID-positive and/or pending COVID-testing results; we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results.

The SISD Operations Department has and will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole Elementary.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Monday, November 16, Seminole Junior High School Administration was notified that a 6th Grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The student’s firsts symptoms were Sunday night, did not come to school on Monday and is now quarantined.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole Junior High. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per the Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases, 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Monday, November 16, Seminole Elementary Administration was notified that two employees tested positive for COVID-19. Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff.

It is important that we remain diligent in recognizing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Please communicate with campus administration if your student is tested for COVID-19. If you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing the onset of what could potentially be COVID-positive and/or pending COVID-testing results; we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results.

The SISD Operations Department has and will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole Elementary.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Tuesday, November 17, 2020, F.J. Young Elementary Administration was notified that a First Grade teacher tested positive for COVID-19. The teacher, who was asymptomatic, was not on campus and has remained off campus. It was determined through contact-tracing that the employee did not work directly with anyone this past week without a face covering on at all times. The employee has remained in self-quarantine.


Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has and continues to thoroughly disinfect all areas of F.J. Young Elementary.


Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes over a 24 hour period within 6 ft without a mask. 


We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases,


Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you, or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.

On Sunday, December 6, Seminole Elementary Administration was notified that a fifth-grade teacher tested positive for COVID-19. The employee experienced the onset of symptoms Thursday morning, did not report to work and performed a lab test that morning. Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff.

It is important that we remain diligent in recognizing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Please communicate with campus administration if your student is tested for COVID-19. If you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing the onset of what could potentially be COVID-positive and/or pending COVID-testing results; we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results.

The SISD Operations Department has and will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of Seminole Elementary.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms.

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Monday,  December 7, Adult Education Administration was notified that a student tested positive for COVID-19. The student has self-quarantined and has not been in the Adult Ed. building since Friday, December 4th.  Per CDC guidance, the campus and family are in the process of contact tracing and have not found a case of close contact at the campus.  The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of the Seminole Success Center. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Friday,  December 11, SISD Daycare Administration was notified that an employee tested positive for COVID-19. The staff member has self-quarantined and has not been in the Daycare building since Thursday, December 10th.  Per CDC guidance, the building and family are in the process of contact tracing and have not found a case of close contact at the building.  The Centers for Disease Control defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset.
 
Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department will continue to thoroughly disinfect all areas of the Seminole DayCare.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Friday, December 11, Seminole Junior High School Administration was notified that a Teacher and Boys Coach tested positive for COVID-19. The teacher was tested Friday afternoon and did not return to school. This teacher is now quarantined. 

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole Junior High. 
 
Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per the Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases, 
 
Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns.
On Friday, December 11, Seminole Junior High School Administration was notified that an 8th Grade student tested positive for COVID-19. The student was tested on Monday and has not attend school since that morning. This student is now quarantined.

Seminole ISD Administration is working in conjunction with local health officials to conduct contact tracing and will reach out privately to any impacted students, their families, and staff. The SISD Operations Department has thoroughly disinfected all areas of Seminole Junior High.

Per Texas Education Agency, schools must notify all teachers, staff, and families of all students in a school if a test-confirmed COVID-19 case is identified among students, teachers, or staff who participate in any on-campus activities. This document serves as notification to all parents of individuals who may have come into contact with the positive case, whether it meets the definition of “close contact” or not. Close contact is defined as being exposed to infectious secretions (i.e., being coughed on) or being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of fifteen minutes. We strongly encourage you to monitor your child for COVID-19 symptoms (see cdc.gov for more information) and keep them home and seek medical attention if they exhibit any of those symptoms. Per the Texas Education Agency required actions if individuals with test-confirmed cases,

Due to employment laws, Seminole ISD is not permitted to release individual names. If you or anyone in your household is pending COVID-testing results, we ask that you please stay home until you are notified of your results. Please contact 432.758.3662 if you have any questions or concerns