COVID-19 & Reopening 2020-2021
- Are the Ellington Public Schools planning to go remote between Thanksgiving and the New Year?
- What steps should I be looking to take to keep the holiday’s safe?
- How do the Ellington Public Schools know that there is not widespread COVID-19 transmission going on within the schools?
- When there is a case in a school, we learn more about it from speaking with friends and neighbors than we do from EPS communications. Why?
|Contact Tracing Presentation to BOE 10/21/2020|
EPS Covid Data
|Percent of Cases in Ellington School Community:|
The district works with the North Central District Health Department to implement the guidance from the CDC and the Connecticut Department of Public Health. Isolation refers to individuals who have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. Quarantine refers to individuals defined as "close contacts" and does not indicate contracting COVID-19. More information on this is in the FAQs below.
|Current Number of Positive
Cases in Isolation
|Current Number of Individuals
*The district will update these numbers on a weekly basis, on Wednesdays. Last updated: 11/18/20.