All Saints' will no longer report COVID numbers. As COVID has become more prevalent, reporting has become less accurate; however, we have consistently seen our numbers mirror those of Tarrant County, which can still be used as a frame of reference. Internally, we will continue to track faculty cases as it impacts staffing. We will also continue to notify parents of classroom-level exposures (as we do for other infectious illnesses) in Early Childhood and Lower School, if they are reported directly to us.
The most frequently asked question from parents is not about number of cases but rather about a return-to-school date. Therefore, we are actively working on developing a user-friendly tool for our website to calculate a return-to-school date based on your student's symptoms. Thank you for your patience.
Our campus is no longer offering COVID tests.
For questions related to campus policies and procedures around COVID-19, please contact:
Julie Enlow, RN, BSN, Director of Health Services
- What determines when a Division or the School will close down and for how long?
- What is the difference between isolation and quarantine?
- What are our isolation procedures?
- When do the 10 days of isolation begin?
- Can I get a negative test and end isolation early?
- Where can I get a COVID test?
- What is the procedure for reporting a positive COVID case?
- Can my child come to school if we are waiting on the results of a PCR or other COVID test?
- What do we do about missed classes due to a positive COVID test?
- Are faculty, staff, parents, and students required to wear masks at school?
- If a person is vaccinated, are they exempt from COVID guidelines/protocols?
- What is the plan for vaccines?
- Who are All Saints’ advisors for COVID-related decision making?
- How frequently does All Saints’ review studies and data to inform and update protocols?