Saturday, October 23, 2021

Fayette County Schools COVID-19 Cases, Quarantines Decrease

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In his weekly coronavirus update Wednesday, Superintendent Liggins reported new COVID-19 cases were down 35% and quarantines were down 50% in the district in the past week. As of Oct. 13, 2021, the school district had 540 students and 11 employees in quarantine, according to FCPS.

From Oct. 5-11, 2021, the district reported 104 new COVID-19 student cases, 21 new staff cases, 409 new student quarantines and 6 new staff quarantines. Employee Vaccination Incentive Program: All full- and part-time FCPS employees are eligible for a payment of $200 IF

Bus Cancellations and Delays: Each week, families should check to see if their child’s bus is impacted by pre-announced service reductions. The schedule of morning cancellations and afternoon delays for the next eight weeks can be found here. The week that their bus route does not run, families should try to find another way for their child to get to and from school. 1) they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Dec. 1, 2021

Below is the report Superintendent Liggins sent to district families along with Tuesday’s report from the district’s Core COVID-19 Team: The district has roughly 42,000 students and 8,000 employees.

(Dec. 3rd and Jan. 10th). 2) they submit documentation of the vaccination by the deadlines established

To register for the vaccination incentive program and receive the $200 stipend, employees should click here Have you lost your vaccination card? Substitutes who have worked at least 10 days during the 2021-2022 school year, with one of those days being within a month of the payment, are also eligible.

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