COVID-19 School Information

COVID Updates for 2020-2021 School Year
Updated 12/03/2020

  Brillion Elementary School

  Students        Staff
 Active (+) Cases 1 Active ( +) Cases 0
 *Close Contacts in
Quarantine
12 *Close Contacts in
Quarantine
 0
Resolved Cases  15  Resolved Cases 5


 Brillion Middle School

   Students   Staff
 Active (+) Cases  0 Active (+) Cases 0
 *Close Contacts 
in Quarantine
7 *Close Contacts
in Quarantine
0
 Resolved Cases 5 Resolved Cases 1


 Brillion High School

   Students  Staff
 Active (+) Cases 1 Active (+) Cases 0
 *Close Contacts 
in Quarantine
23 *Close Contacts
in Quarantine
0
Resolved Cases 16 Resolved Cases 7

* Someone who has been in contact with an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19.

The School District of Brillion will continue to contract trace for students and staff who were exposed to or have contracted COVID-19. Contact tracing is an aggressive safety mitigation strategy that the district is using at this time. 

We will continue to update this graph at the end of the day on Monday and Thursday in order to keep our families up-to-date on the current status in our District.

Parents/Guardians,

In order to continue to keep kids in school we are going to need everyone on our community to step up in the following ways:
  • Wear face coverings in all public settings, maintain social distance, and regularly wash your hands
  • Stay home as much as possible
  • Limit your child's interactions with other children and families
  • Continue to immediately report to the school when you believe your child has been exposed to COVID-19 or if they test positive
  • Keep your child home and follow quarantine procedures if they have been exposed to COVID-19
  • Continue to keep your child home from school if they are not feeling well
  • If a member of your family is experiencing COVID systems and is awaiting test results, keep your children at home and communicate with the school.
  • If your child/family is quarantined, stay home to stop the spread of the virus.
  • If you are not sure about how to handle a situation, keep your child home and call the school for recommendations.
Documents

Reentry Plan