• COVID-19 Updates

    The current list of symptoms for health certification:

    Fever (100.4°F or higher)
    New onset of moderate to severe headache
    Shortness of breath
    New cough
    Sore throat
    Vomiting
    Diarrhea
    Abdominal pain from unknown cause
    New congestion/runny nose
    New loss of sense of taste or smell
    Nausea
    Fatigue from unknown cause
    Muscle or body aches.

    *Note:  Symptoms you should consider are new-onset that are not attributed to allergies or a pre-existing condition.

    If you exhibit any of these symptoms, DO NOT REPORT TO SCHOOL/WORK

    STUDENT/STAFF WITH SYMPTOMS
    If a member of a child's/staff's household is exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms (listed above) and awaiting test results, students and staff should not report to school/work until the test results are received.
    Test Results:
    • Negative:  child/staff and household members can return to school/work
    • Positive:  positive individual isolates for 10 days from onset of symptoms, other household members quarantine 14 days from when positive individual begins isolation
    For a list of available testing sites, please click here. For more information regarding quarantine while awaiting test results, please view #2 of the IDPH FAQ Document.  
     
    STUDENT/STAFF IDENTIFIED AS CLOSE CONTACT
    If a member of a child's/staff's household is a close contact of a positive case, other members do not need to quarantine unless the close contact household member develops symptoms or tests positive for COVID-19. Close contacts should monitor themselves closely for symptoms and if they develop symptoms, seek medical advice and testing.   

     

    Wearing Masks 

    Any staff or student that is attending school must wear a mask on the bus as well as within each District 135 building. Please click here to view further information about how to wear masks correctly.

    CDC Mask Wearing

     

    Helpful Links & Videos

    Coronavirus: How to Teach Kids about COVID-19 – BrainPOP (YouTube Video) - For Younger Children

     

    Return to School Resource      Frequently Asked Questions      Remote Learning Plan      

     

    As we continue to work together to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, we appreciate your support of Orland School District 135. For additional information regarding COVID-19, please reference the CDC website, the IDPH website, as well as the Illinois State Board of Education website. 

    Centers for Disease Control     IDPH      ISBE link