In the interest of transparency and providing information to parents/guardians so they can make decisions in the best interest of their family, Granite School District provides COVID-19 case counts at each school location:
Please note that only total case counts at a school will be provided. In order to protect personal student/staff health information, specifics such class, grade level, or staff position will not be posted.
Will I be notified if there is a case in my school?
Only those individuals who are believed to have had direct exposure or close contact to someone with COVID-19 at the school will be notified. Close contact means you were closer than 6 feet for 15 minutes or more from someone who has the virus. If contacted, the health department will provide specific guidance related to testing and quarantine.
In most cases, the health department will contact individuals who were in the same class or other area as someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, but do not need to quarantine because they were not directly exposed. In these situations, the health department will encourage close monitoring for symptoms for a specified period of time.
What is quarantine?
Quarantine is a directive to stay at home for 14 days. While under quarantine, individuals are away from others so they don’t infect someone else without knowing it. Symptoms of COVID-19 may appear 2-14 days after exposure. Students or staff members will be required to quarantine for 14 days if they were exposed to COVID-19. Distance learning will be provided to students who have been directed to quarantine.
Should I get tested if there is a case at my school?
The health department may direct those who have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 to get tested. In these cases, families will be contacted directly for guidance. If there is a case at your school and you have not been contacted regarding exposure, it means your child was not directly exposed to COVID-19. Continue monitoring for symptoms as usual, and follow the guidance of your healthcare provider, or call the Salt Lake County Public Health Hotline (385-468-4636).