Interested in information regarding masks, vaccination, testing, quarantine, and isolation?
The vast majority of your COVID-related questions can be answered by one of the administrators at the school your child attends. Mr. Chris Snyder (468.3508) and Ms. Molly Henning, RN/BSN (468.3508) lead the district’s COVID Response Team and act as the district’s liaisons with the health officers at Spokane Regional Health.
A comprehensive set of resources, including requirements for K-12 schools as well as ongoing changes to guidance and recommendations for schools can be located at Washington’s Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction; two the Dept. of Health documents available there can be downloaded using the following links:
- Washington State Dept. of Heath K-12 Guidance for the 2021-22 school year (updated, January 7)
- Washington State Dept. of Heath K-12 Guidance – January 7 Changes at a Glance
We’ve simplified our COVID Dashboard. Given recent updates to quarantine requirements (5 days after last close contact) and now that Deer Park uses the state’s “Test to Stay” program, reporting 14-day quarantine numbers is no longer relevant.
Through the Learn to Return (Test to Stay) program, students and staff eligible for Test to Stay may attend school and school-related extracurricular activities during their quarantine period if they participate in serial testing. This is known as modified quarantine.
Deer Park School District COVID-19 Data
(Updated on Friday, March 25)
|School||Confirmed Cases |
(past 14 days)
|Number of Students/Staff||Cumulative Total of COVID Positive Cases (2021-22 School Year)|
|Deer Park Elementary||0||417||96|
|Deer Park Middle School||1||457||89|
|Deer Park High School||0||687||149|
|Sum: 2||Sum: 2588||Sum: 512|