We have entered a new phase in the pandemic with the expanded availability of vaccines to everyone 6 months of age and older and the development of anti-viral medications to treat COVID-19.
Our procedures and expectations for the 2022-23 school year are outlined below; simply tap each icon to read the details.
The health and well-being of FCPS students, employees, and families have been and will continue to be the top priorities in every decision. We will continue to focus on cleaning and hand washing, and we ask anyone who is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 to stay home until they resolve without symptom-reducing medication.
The Fayette County Board of Education has invested millions of dollars in mitigation and prevention measures, including:
- Installing UVC lights and air purifiers in our 27 oldest facilities.
- Extending the hours of HVAC in all schools to help with indoor air quality.
- Providing air purifiers for classrooms without windows.
- Purchasing PPE and additional cleaning supplies and equipment.
- Increasing the number of full-time nurses in schools.
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