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COVID-19 School and Work Exposures

COVID-19 School and Work Exposures

COVID Exposures

Information on COVID-19 exposures will be posted daily on the TUSD website.

As a reminder, if your student is symptomatic or positive please have them remain at home and contact the school health office. A symptomatic employee should contact their supervisor. Exposed students and staff may continue to attend school or work if asymptomatic but it is recommended they test 3-5 days from exposure and wear a mask.

COVID-19 School Exposure Information

Please continue to follow safety precautions and self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19. If your student develops COVID-like symptoms, is exposed outside school, or tests positive, you should contact your primary healthcare provider and/or have your student tested. Please report student's positive COVID-19 test to the school health office.

For those interested, free COVID-19 rapid antigen tests are available at all school sites.

Please click on school name below for positive cases that have been reported and their last day on campus and known location(s). Investigations may still be ongoing for newly reported cases. 

  • Watch for symptoms
  • Get tested 3-5 days from exposure to positive case
  • Wear a mask

September 25-29

September 18-22

September 11-15

September 5-8

August 28-September 1

August 21-25

August 14-18

August 7-11

July 31-August 3

Close Contact Guidance

COVID-19 testing is recommended within 3-5 days of last exposure to a positive case.

Definition of a Close Contact

"Close Contact" means the following:

Spaces that are separated by floor-to-ceiling walls (e.g., offices, suites, rooms, waiting areas, bathrooms, or break or eating areas that are separated by floor-to-ceiling walls) must be considered distinct indoor airspaces.

In indoor spaces of 400,000 or fewer cubic feet per floor (such as homes, clinic waiting rooms, airplanes, etc.), close contact is defined as sharing the same indoor airspace  for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period (for example, three individual 5-minute exposures for a total of 15 minutes) during a confirmed case's infectious period.

  1. In large indoor spaces greater than 400,000 cubic feet per floor (such as open-floor-plan offices, warehouses, large retail stores, manufacturing, or food processing facilities), close contact is defined as being within 6 feet of the infected person for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period during the confirmed case's infectious period.