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COViD cell
Traci Hale

Oakwood Schools was notified Friday, Jan. 15 one OJH student tested positive for COVID-19.  To protect the confidentiality of the individual, we will not be sharing additional information regarding the individual.  

Due to the current off-site instruction mode in Oakwood Schools, the students did not have face-to-face contact with other students or staff members at school or at school-related activities during the exposure period.  No quarantine or exposure notifications were issued.  

Once completing the required quarantine period, being fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication, and seeing an improvement in symptoms, the individual who tested positive will be cleared to return to school.  

COViD cell
Traci Hale

Oakwood Schools was notified Thursday, Jan. 14 two Smith students and one OJH student tested positive for COVID-19.  To protect the confidentiality of the individuals, we will not be sharing additional information regarding the individuals.  

Due to the current off-site instruction mode in Oakwood Schools, none of the students had face-to-face contact with other students or staff members at school or at school-related activities during the exposure time.  No quarantine or exposure notifications were issued.  

Once completing the required quarantine period, being fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication, and seeing an improvement in symptoms, the individuals who tested positive will be cleared to return to school.

COViD cell
Traci Hale

Oakwood Schools was notified Wednesday, Jan. 13 two students and one staff member have tested positive for COVID-19.  One student attends OJH, one attends OHS and the staff member is at Smith.  To protect the confidentiality of the individuals, we will not be sharing additional information regarding the individuals.  

Due to the current off-site instruction mode in Oakwood Schools, none of the students nor the staff member had face-to-face contact with other students or staff members at school.  No quarantine or exposure notifications were issued.  

Once completing the required quarantine period, being fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication, and seeing an improvement in symptoms, the individuals who tested positive will be cleared to return to school.  

COViD cell
Traci Hale

Oakwood Schools was notified Tuesday, Jan. 12 four students have tested positive for COVID-19.  One student attends Lange, one attends Harman and two attend Smith.  To protect the confidentiality of the individuals, we will not be sharing additional information regarding the individuals.  

Due to the current off-site instruction mode in Oakwood Schools, none of the students had face-to-face contact with other students or staff while attending school.  None of the students had participated in any school-related activities during their exposure time either.  Therefore, no “close contact” and/or “general exposure” notifications were issued.  

Once completing the required quarantine period, being fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication, and seeing an improvement in symptoms, the individuals who tested positive will be cleared to return to school.  

COViD cell
Traci Hale

Oakwood Schools was notified Monday, Jan. 11 a Harman School staff member  tested positive for COVID-19.  The staff member was last in attendance Friday, Jan. 8.  To protect the confidentiality of the individual, we will not be sharing additional information regarding the individual.  

After conducting an investigation with the support of Public Health Dayton & Montgomery County and following CDC guidelines, students and staff determined to have “close contact” and/or “general exposure,” to the individual who tested positive have been notified directly.  Health recommendations from the CDC regarding “close contact” and “general exposure” were included in the notification.

Once completing the required quarantine period, being fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication, and seeing an improvement in symptoms, the individual who tested positive will be cleared to return to school.  Individuals determined to have “close contact” with the individual who tested positive and show no symptoms of COVID-19 will be cleared to return to school following the required quarantine period.