October 19, 2021
Dear Stillwater Community,
The Stillwater Central School District has confirmed that three individuals in the elementary school community, who were last in school on October 13, have tested positive for COVID-19. There was no school exposure.
Please note that the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other privacy laws restrict us from disclosing or confirming any personally identifiable information. We cannot identify anyone who has tested positive.
For everyone’s health and safety, it is essential that students or staff who are sick or symptomatic stay home, to allow our schools to keep providing in-person instruction. It is also important to inform the district if your child becomes symptomatic or if someone in your household tests positive.
If an individual has been tested for COVID-19, they should remain home until the test results are confirmed negative. If they are diagnosed as being COVID-19 positive, before returning to school, they must satisfy isolation protocols (typically 10 days) and have improving symptoms. They also must be fever-free for 24 hours without using fever-reducing medication, per the New York State Department of Health.
If you have a question regarding COVID-19 symptoms or protocols please reach out. Our COVID Team is here to help. If we do not have the answer we will connect with the Department of Health to get it for you.
Superintendent of Schools