To report a case of COVID-19- Contact
Megan Kulczycki, RN
COVID-19 REPORTING INFORMATION
Guidelines, when to contact school, and who to contact.
If you do not feel well such as cough, runny nose, congestion, fever, sore throat, headache, lethargy.
Call Nurse Megan at 870-847-2687 BEFORE COMING TO SCHOOL.
We are not quarantining close contacts unless you become symptomatic. Please notify Nurse Megan if you have been a close contact.
If you are a positive case you do have the option to return to work or school on day 6 from the symptom start date as long as your symptoms are remarkably better and you have not had a fever within the last 24 hrs. You will be required to wear a mask at all times while on campus for the remaining 5 days of the isolation period.
We are no longer doing temp screenings
Megan Kulczycki, RN is our Point of Contact for all COVID related illnesses and will be available at all times, her contact number is (870)847-2687.
Contact her if you think you may have COVID, have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID, or have tested positive for COVID.
COVID-19 Signs and Symptoms
Shortness of Breath or Difficulty Breathing
Muscle or Body Aches
New Loss of Taste or Smell
The Highland School District considers the safety of our students and community is a top priority.
We are following CDC guidelines and taking guidance from the Arkansas Department of Health and Arkansas Department of Education. The ADE released a Commissioner's memo on March 11, stating “School and school activities will continue at this time, and the Arkansas Department of Education (ADE), in consultation with the Arkansas Department of Health, shall provide guidance to local school districts and institutions of higher education to address concerns related to the virus and take all actions necessary to ensure the continuation of education. The Secretary of Health, in consultation with the Secretary of Education, shall have sole authority to close public school campuses throughout the state for reasons related to COVID-19. The situation will be monitored closely.”