Welcome to our Frequently Asked Questions page to learn more about how we plan to keep communities and schools safe from COVID-19 through our K-12 Testing program for the 2021-2022 school year.
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How do schools opt-in?
Is the testing required?
How much does it cost?
What should my child expect on the day of testing?
What happens if I receive a positive result?
How do I receive my results?
Who will see my child’s results?
How frequent will testing take place?
Do I have to give consent for my child to be tested?
What’s the different between a rapid test vs PCR test?
Who will be administering the tests?
What if we do not want to test for COVID-19?
Is this mandatory for school districts/schools?
If a district/school opts-in, can students/parents opt-out?
Will the schools be required to pay for the turn-key testing solution?
Can a school that opts-in leave the program if the transmission levels fall below the recommended level for screening?
Can a school opt-in to both athletics and school testing?
Can vaccinated individuals participate?
Our school district has chosen to not enroll, but our school would like to enroll - is this acceptable?
- DPH Guidance and Resources for Schools and School Districts
- Administrative Orders Opens In A New Window
- Isolation Guidance Opens In A New Window
- Quarantine Guidance Opens In A New Window
- Recorded Webinars