Cloquet Public Schools COVID Dashboard 21-22 School Year

  • Dashboard Last Updated: 9/20/21 10:07am

    Updates to Dashboard are made when Infectious Cases of COVID19 are present in our Buildings. Please contact Sarah Ellena at 218-878-3025 with questions.

COVID-19 Testing Information

COVID-19 Health Information

  • COVID Reminder and Testing Locations 9.21.21

    We would like to remind you of the importance of screening your child for symptoms of illness prior to school each day - please see the attached document, perhaps post in your home as a visual reminder. If your child develops symptoms consistent with those indicated - please do not send your child to school until: he/she feels well and is home for 24 hours symptom-free without medications of any kind or you are able to provide a Negative COVID-19 test result administered by a health care professional.

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  • Back to School Health Letter to Parents

    Welcome to a Brand-New School Year and a Fresh Start! We are clearly not out of the COVID-19 woods yet, however, with Vaccines on the rise, the District continuing to layer our mitigation efforts, and some solid vigilance on behalf of each of us, I feel strongly we are going to have a much better and normal school year. When we left in May, I never imagined we would be implementing guidelines and protocol again this year - if fact we threw away a number of masks in our household!! However, the Delta Variant is continuing to show movement across our region and we will refer to CDC & MDH guidelines. As we know, there are immune-compromised students and staff present in our buildings each and every day. For the protection of your student's teachers, staff and fellow students - It will be very important that the following are followed:

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  • Health and Safety Practices for Summer 2021

    Recently, the state of Minnesota, through the work of the MDH and MDE released updated guidance for summer school for 2021. This updated plan will highlight Cloquet Public Schools implementation of the guidance.

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  • Youth Vaccine Clinics and Information/Resources 5.18.21

    If you are looking for Covid Vaccine Clinics - please review locations and resources recently shared with us from Carlton County and the Minnesota Department of Health.

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  • Vaccination Clinic for Individuals 12 and Over 5.12.21

    The Pfizer vaccine was recently approved for 12-15 year olds. We have received word from Community Memorial Hospital that they will have a vaccine clinic opportunity for individuals 12 years old and up on Thursday, May 20 th, from 3-7 pm. Essentia Health is also offering the COVID-19 vaccine for 12 + starting as early as 5/13/21 starting at 7pm.

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  • Pfizer Clinics for Age 16+ - This Week - 4.20.21

    With the younger population of COVID-19 cases on the rise, it is important for 16-17 year old students to consider being vaccinated. Attached is a list of vaccine clinic opportunities for this age group, some are available as early as this week.

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  • Can I Send my Student to School? - COVID-19 Reference from NASN

    These recommendations are based on current CDC guidance as of February 26, 2021. Please check with your school nurse for additional information for your school or school district.

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  • Family COVID Reminders 3.22.21

    NEW: It is now recommended that students and families test for COVID-19. Now that kids have returned to school ALL-IN PERSON we encourage every family to get tested for COVID-19. The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) recommends that children and teens who spend time near people outside their immediate household get tested every two weeks through the end of the school year. For kids involved in any extracurricular activities or sports, MDH recommends getting tested every week. This will help limit the spread so we can keep our schools and sports open!

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  • COVID-19 Testing for Kids and Families 3.8.21

    MDH announced a recommendation for all school-age youth returning to school, youth sports, or extracurricular activities, and their families, to get tested every two weeks through the end of the school year. While it is not a requirement, regular testing complements other safety measures already in place, such as masking and social distancing. Schools and youth organizations can send messages and resources available on COVID-19 Testing for Kids and Families to families to encourage testing. Getting tested every two weeks from now until the end of the school year can help keep schools open and sports operating, and ensure we are limiting the spread of COVID-19.

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  • Health/COVID Reminders 1.25.21

    We are very excited and looking forward to seeing students transition back to school! The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) have released updates to school guidance over the past weeks. For the safety of students, staff and our community - we would like to share this information along with a few reminders.

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COVID-19 Contact Information

  • For Parents, School Staff, Non-Nurses, or Childcare PRoviders - IF you have questions related to COVID-19 in which you would like to ask of the Minnesota Department of Health - please email MDH at:  [email protected]