Safety Update (COVID-19)

Snowline Parents & Guardians,
We continue to update you on the latest information regarding school closures, activities, and COVID-19. As the situation progresses we will maintain communication with you and our entire Snowline community.

If you believe you have symptoms, visit the Center for Disease Control (CDC) website, and use their Self-Checker to help you make decisions and seek appropriate medical care. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.htm

If you are want to make an appointment. Click HERE for a list of testing sites. 

Our Commitment to Illness Prevention 
  • Pre-School, Special Education, After School Program & Kindergarten: Continue to receive full service. Disinfect all desks, tables, chairs, counters, doors, door handles, sinks, water fountains, light switches, and other touchpoints. Vacuum and mop every day. 
  • 1st-12th grade: Disinfect all desks, tables, chairs, counters, doors, door handles, sinks, water fountains, light switches, and other touchpoints (including offices) every day. 
  • 1st-12th grade: Vacuuming will happen on Fridays only, this will allow greater concentration on disinfecting areas. 
  • All Schools: Restrooms will be cleaned and disinfected as many times as possible every day. 
What is already known? 
An outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has spread throughout China and to several other countries and territories, including the United States; Not including San Bernardino County. 
 
Individual Risk Assessment:
  • Still no cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) within San Bernardino County as of March 9, 2020. 
  • For the general American public, who are unlikely to be exposed to this virus at this time, the immediate health risk from COVID-19 is considered low.
  • Under current circumstances, certain people will have an increased risk of infection, such as healthcare workers caring for patients with COVID-19 and other close contacts of persons with COVID-19. CDC has developed guidance to help in the risk assessment and management of people with potential
 
CDC Response: 
Global efforts at this time are focused concurrently on containing the spread of this virus and mitigating the impact. The federal government is working closely with state, local, tribal, and territorial partners, as well as public health partners, to respond to this public health threat. The public health response is multi-layered, with the goal of detecting and minimizing introductions of this virus in the United States so as to reduce the spread and the impact of this virus. CDC is operationalizing all of its pandemic preparedness and response plans, working on multiple fronts to meet these goals, including specific measures to prepare communities to respond to local transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19. There is an abundance of pandemic guidance developed in anticipation of an influenza pandemic that is being repurposed and adapted for a COVID-19 pandemic.
 
CDC Recommendation: 
While the immediate risk of this new virus to the American public is believed to be low at this time, everyone can do their part to help us respond to this emerging public health threat:
  • It’s currently flu and respiratory disease season and CDC recommends getting a flu vaccine, taking everyday preventive actions to help stop the spread of germs, and taking flu antivirals if prescribed.
 
If you believe you have symptoms, visit the Center for Disease Control (CDC) website and use their Self-Checker to help you make decisions and seek appropriate medical care. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html