Play Day is scheduled for April 29th starting at 10am!
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First Draft Nebraska Health Standards
Pleasanton patrons please take a moment to view the first draft of the new Nebraska Health Standards that can be found on the front page of the NDE website. There are the Health Standards and a Survey for those standards on that NDE page.
There are 60 pages of standards and standard # 7 seems to be creating the most interest. Patrons are encouraged to review these standards and then take the survey, which I think has 6 questions. This survey is open to all patrons and can be completed as many times as desired, the survey results will become public record and will be reviewed and discussed by the NDE Board. This is only the first draft, so it is important for patrons to provide their feedback on these standards.
Student Assurance - Student Accident Insurance
Parents/guardians of student athletes, if you are in need of the school’s student accident insurance program, you can enroll at any time during the policy period. Please pick up a form from the school office if you would like to enroll.
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Updated COVID-19 Protocol
The CDC has come out with new quarantine/isolation guidelines effective Thursday, Dec. 3rd @ 5:00pm. Two Rivers sent out a flyer with the new guidelines. A person with close contact with a person who has tested positive (the situation with 95% of our students) can end their quarantine after 7 days IF all of the following conditions have been met:
- The person seeks a COVID test on day 5 following exposure and their test is negative
- The person is not experiencing any symptoms
- The person self monitors for symptoms and wears a mask through day 14
For those who have had close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID and do not test, they can return after 10 days IF they also meet criteria two and three above.
Anyone testing positive for COVID must isolate for at least 10 days from the date of their test. Isolation may end when the following conditions have been met:
- The person is fever-free without the use of fever reducing medicine for 24 hours
- Any COVID symptoms are improving , though some symptoms may linger
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