• Student N-95 Mask Distribution

    January 14, 2022

     

    RJUHSD Families:

    We made it through the first week of the new semester, we are so glad to have the students back on our campuses!

    The state has provided all school districts with N-95 masks. We have received our shipment of masks and will make these masks available for all students who are interested.  The current shipment allows for three (3) N-95 masks per student.  Please remember, N95 masks are labeled as "single-use," disposable devices. If your mask is damaged or soiled, or if breathing becomes difficult, you should remove the mask, discard it, and replace it with a new one.

    Students are not required to take or wear these masks, they are offered as an option for those who are interested.  Masks will be available in the quad at your student’s school, each day during lunch for pick up.  In addition to picking up masks in the quad next week during lunch, students can always visit their school administrative office and request additional N-95 masks.  We hope this resource helps those students who choose to use it.  

    People with chronic respiratory, cardiac, or other medical conditions that make breathing difficult should check with their health care provider before using an N95 mask because the N95 mask can make it more difficult for the wearer to breathe.

    If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out and I will be glad to assist.  

     

    Respectfully,

     

    Rob Hasty

    Executive Director of Human Resources

    Roseville Joint Union High School District

    916-786-2051 ex. 1042

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  • RJUHSD COVID Student Update 01-09-22

    RJUHSD Families:

    The District is committed to providing a safe and in-person learning environment for all of our students and staff.  This message serves as a reminder of the current safety measures in place district-wide, as well as the most current updates to isolation and quarantine processes for the RJUHSD.

    The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and California Division of Occupational Safety & Health (Cal-OSHA) have recently (January 8, 2022) updated the isolation and quarantine guidance.  Please review the following RJUHSD COVID processes.

     (NEW) Students who test positive for COVID-19:

    • Stay home for at least 5 days. 
    • Isolation can end after day 5 if symptoms are not present or are resolving and a diagnostic specimen (Antigen preferred) is collected on day 5 or later tests negative.
    • If unable to test or choosing not to test, and symptoms are not present or are resolving, isolation can end after day 10.
    • If fever is present, isolation should be continued until fever resolves. 
    • If symptoms, other than fever, are not resolving continue to isolate until symptoms are resolving or until after day 10.
    • Wear a well-fitting mask around others for a total of 10 days, especially in indoor settings (see Section below on masking for additional information)

     

    Students who are exposed (Close Contact at School) to someone with COVID-19):

    • Parents will be notified
    • Remain at school and self-monitor for symptoms
    • Recommended testing between day 3-5 and again on day 7
    • If symptoms develop after exposure, contact your healthcare provider or school nurse
    1. Remain at home and self-monitor
    2. Recommend a SARS-CoV-2 Test
    3. If not positive with COVID-19 or symptoms are from an underlying condition, a student may return after 24 hours without a fever and other symptoms have improved.
    4. Continue to mask appropriately at school

     

    Reminders & Changes:

    • FDA Emergency Use Authorized At-Home Tests (Rapid Antigen tests recommended) can be utilized to clear a student to return to school in the above scenarios.  
    • A negative FDA Emergency Use At-Home test result may also be used to return a student to school who is symptomatic, after 24 hours have passed and symptoms have resolved.
    •  RJUHSD will require students to submit an At-Home Test Validation Form to return to school with an At-Home Test result, fillable form here
    • Students/families should self-screen for signs or symptoms of COVID-19 prior to coming to school
    • Masks are required of all students and staff when indoors (Except for exempted individuals)
    • Testing is available at all school sites throughout the week as an option for those choosing to take advantage of testing options.   Both standard lower nasal swab PCR testing and salvia-based PCR testing is available.  Please visit the district website (or see below) for weekly testing schedules and locations www.rjuhsd.us/covid19
    • If you were unable to pick up your student's free at home test kit, please visit your school nurse’s office.
    • Athletic events, and school activities (drama shows, dance shows, choir shows, etc…) will require that guests wear masks and events will be limited to no more than 500 people.

     

    Additional information regarding COVID test kits, quarantining, weekly testing options, and general information regarding COVID 19 can be found at the CDPH website current CDPH guidelines  as well as the RJUHSD website, at www.rjuhsd.us

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  • At-Home Tests for Students

    RJUHSD Families:

     

    The RJUHSD is continuing to build upon existing efforts to keep schools safe as the next term begins by providing no-cost, at-home COVID-19 antigen tests for each student in the district. At-home tests are only available for students at this time.

     

    These free testing kits will be available for pick up by RJUHSD students on January 10, 2022.  Tests can be picked up between 8am and 3pm on Monday the 10th (Drive up pick up stations will be located in front of each school’s main administration building).  Each student will receive one testing kit (contains two antigen tests) that students can self-administer.

     

    With each testing kit, students will receive directions for properly administering the test as well as directions for submitting results to the CDPH website.  While CDPH highly recommends that individuals test prior to returning to school, there is no requirement to have a documented negative test prior to returning to school.  Directions on reporting a positive case are attached and will also be provided with the testing materials. Individuals receiving positive results should isolate in accordance with current CDPH guidelines

     

    For students unable to pick up a test kit on January 10th, testing kits will be available for pick up in the quad on Tuesday the 11th (Before school, during passing periods, at lunch and at the end of the school day).  After the 11th, remaining test kids will be made available to students on a first come first serve basis. We want every student to have an opportunity to have an at-home test if they would like. 

     

    Additional information regarding COVID test kits, quarantining, weekly testing options, and general information regarding COVID 19 can be found at the CDPH website as well as the RJUHSD website, at www.rjuhsd.us/covid19.

     

    Please feel free to reach out to me directly with any questions or needs you may have.

     

    Rob Hasty

    Executive Director of Human Resources

    Roseville Joint Union High School District

    (916) 786-2051 ex. 1042

    rhasty@rjuhsd.us 


    Attachments
    Step by Step At-Home COVID Testing
    CDPH Testing Fact Sheet

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  • RJUHSD Student Face Covering Update

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  • Updated COVID-19 Safety Guidelines

    The Roseville Joint Union High School District continues to evaluate and monitor the impacts of COVID-19 and the implementation of evolving mitigation strategies. With low case rates across our campuses and to ensure we limit any restriction to learning in-person, we are providing new guidance for students experiencing illness, close contact exposure, and testing.  We appreciate your patience as we progress through the challenges presented by COVID-19 and intend this update to further support our students’ academic success.  

    ROSEVILLE JOINT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

    Updated COVID-19 Safety Guidelines

    (Positive Cases, Close Contacts, and Testing)

    Recommendations for staying home when sick with symptoms similar to COVID-19 :

    • Students/families should self-screen for signs or symptoms of COVID-19 prior to coming to school each day. 
    • If students or staff exhibit signs or symptoms of COVID-19, it is advised that they not return for in-person instruction until they have met the below criteria to return to school:
      • At least 24 hours have passed since resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducing medications; and
      • Other symptoms have improved; OR
      • They have a negative test for SARS-CoV-2, or
      • A healthcare provider has provided documentation that the symptoms are typical of their underlying chronic condition, or
      • Has confirmed an alternative named diagnosis (e.g., Streptococcal pharyngitis, Coxsackie virus)

    If a student is a close contact:

    • Parents will be notified
    • Remain at school and self-monitor for symptoms
    • If symptoms develop after exposure, contact your healthcare provider or school nurse

                       o    Remain at home and self-monitor

                       o    Recommend a SARS-CoV-2 Test

                       o    If not positive with COVID-19 or symptoms are from an underlying condition, a student may return after 24 hours without a fever and other symptoms have improved.

    If a student is diagnosed with COVID-19:

    • Immediately Isolate at home and do not come to school
    • Contact your healthcare provider or school nurse
    • Can return to school if  the following criteria are met:
      • At least 10 days have passed since symptom onset; AND
      • At least 24 hours have passed since resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducing medications; AND
      • Other symptoms have improved

    Testing Options (Not Required):

    • While all district staff are required to be fully vaccinated or undergo weekly testing, students are NOT required to undergo any testing.  Testing is NOT required of district students for daily attendance, participation in extracurricular activities, or any school based activities.
    • Testing is available at all school sites throughout the week as an option for those choosing to take advantage of testing options.  Both standard lower nasal swab PCR testing and saliva based PCR testing is available.

     

      

    For lower nasal swab testing options, please use the testing days and locations listed in the following table:

    Day & Location         Testing Time        Location

    Monday – OHS            1pm-6pm            Oakmont High School Gym Foyer

    Tuesday – AHS           1pm-6pm             Antelope High School Theater Foyer

    Wednesday – WPHS    9am-12pm          West Park Football Stadium Ticket Booth

    Wednesday – WHS      1pm-6pm            Woodcreek High School Cafeteria

    Thursday – RHS          1pm-6pm            Roseville High School JB Gale Theater 

    Friday – GBHS             1pm-6pm           Granite Bay High School Library – Back Entrance

     

    For lower nasal swab and saliva testing options, please use the testing days and locations listed in the following table:

    Day & Location           Testing Time          Location

    Tuesdays - WPHS         2pm-5pm              Football Stadium Ticket Booth

    Thursdays - OHS          2pm-5pm              Gym Foyer

     



    Updated on 12-01-21

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  • RJUHSD Student Consent Form

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Past COVID-19 Messages

  • Testing Schedule For all RJUHSD Students & Staff

  • Aug. 10, 2021 COVID Communication

  • Important - Aug. 6, 2021 RJUHSD COVID Communication

School Meals

  • The USDA recently approved the feeding of all children 18 and under.  We know that many of you are facing tremendous challenges during COVID-19.  


    Shelf-stable meals are available.  (Some restrictions apply.)  Please contact Food Services at 916-782-5158 to see if this option works for you. The RJUHSD Food Services Department is excited to be able to provide meals to all children during these difficult times.  Thank you.

    2021- 2022 Free & Reduced Meal Online Applications are now available!

    File Manager -> ApplyOnlineGraphic-Roseville.pngCheck your Free and Reduced Application Status online 24/7

    Questions: Please call 916-782-5158 x2032 or email foodservices@rjuhsd.us

Wellness Tips

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