COVID-19 Guidelines 2021-2022
-Argyle ISD Parents, Students and Staff must continue to pre-screen and self-monitor for all possible COVID-19 symptoms.
-Virtual learning will NOT be offered.
-If a student is absent due to a lab-confirmed COVID-19 case or experiencing multiple symptoms, assignments will be made available via the platform your student's teacher utilizes. The absence will be counted.
-Masks and face coverings are optional for all students and staff.
-District and campus events will not have restricted capacity or seating guidelines.
-Parents can decide to quarantine their well student if there is a confirmed COVID-19 case in their household.
-If a parent chooses to quarantine their well student due to direct exposure it will be for 10 days from the day the positive person had the test performed.
-Student/Staff lab-confirmed positive COVID-19 case will be quarantined for 10 days, starting from the day the test was performed. The day the test is performed is DAY ZERO. Documentation must be provided to the campus nurse.
-Students with multiple symptoms will be sent home on COVID-19 protocol. Students may return to school if they have seen a medical professional with documented clearance, a negative COVID-19 test or may choose to quarantine for 10 days. Documentation must be provided to the campus nurse.
-Cleaning supplies for desks, chairs and countertops will be made available to educators.
-Argyle ISD will continue to monitor the latest information from the Texas Education Agency, Denton County Public Health and make informed adjustments to guidelines as needed.
-If your student has been vaccinated you may provide a copy of your record to your student’s campus nurse.
-Parents will be notified by email of positive cases by class at the secondary level and by homeroom classroom and grade level at the elementary level.
-COVID-19 self-tests that are performed at home must be registered. A copy of the test result must be submitted to your campus nurse with the name, date of test and date of birth.
Click here to view the UIL's COVID-19 Risk Mitigation Guidelines.