Will parents and other visitors entering the school be required to show proof of vaccination or testing?

Update: September 15, 2021

Parents and visitors who are entering the school for a brief visit to pick up or drop off their child, or for other reasons, are not required to show proof of vaccination or testing. They are, however, required to be masked regardless of their vaccination status. 

Parents are not permitted to eat lunch in the school cafeteria with students at this time. Parents may eat lunch outside with their child(ren) only, and do not need to show proof of vaccination or testing to do so.

Effective Oct. 4, parents who are conducting classroom visits or observations must provide proof of vaccination status or a negative COVID-19 test (within seven days of the current date) to school administration when they check in at the front office. 

Parents/guardians who are attending an in-person IEP or 504 meeting are not required to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test.

Visitors should perform a COVID-19 health check every day before coming to an HCPSS building and should stay home if they are experiencing any symptom(s) associated with any communicable disease.

Also see Will school volunteers who work with students be required to show proof of vaccination or testing?