COVID Update – Thursday, Jan. 6 – Theater Exposure

Dear STEM School Highlands Ranch Theater Families,

We were notified that a ninth-grade student in the Theater Production has tested positive for COVID-19. The student was present at the club meeting on Wednesday, January 5th. The student was instructed to move into isolation and not to return to school until symptoms have gone away.

Per Jogan Health (the contracted health agency that the Douglas County Health Department has selected), after school activities are considered “high risk” and parents should take the following precautions:

If your student is completely vaccinated (see chart below for clarification), your student can continue to attend in-person learning and continue to participate in club meetings, however we do ask that you please monitor them for symptoms and that they wear a mask for the next 10 days.
If your student is unvaccinated, your student must remain at home in quarantine for 5 days and access their coursework remotely. They cannot participate in team-related activities in-person until their quarantine is complete. If your student is staying at home, please call the attendance line to let us know. Your student can return for in-person learning on Tuesday, Jan. 11.

If your student tests positive for COVID-19, please contact our School Nurse, Mallory Jimenez (nurse@ immediately. She will then notify the appropriate STEM Leadership Team members to then initiate our communication process. Ms. Jimenez will then provide instructions on the next steps.

Please reach out to with any questions.

Thank you,

STEM School Highlands Ranch Communications

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