Holt Public Schools is committed to offering a robust and innovative public education. As we launch the 2021-2022 school year, we will follow CDC and MDHHS guidance regarding COVID mitigation. We will continually monitor the health of our community and surrounding areas.
2021-2022 COVID Mitigation Plans and Information
Holt Public Schools will share updates received from the Ingham County Health Department (ICHD) and Barry-Eaton District Health Department (B-EDHD) on this COVID-19 Dashboard, as required by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, effective October 12, 2020.
Holt Public Schools will work with the Ingham County Health Department (ICHD) and Barry-Eaton Health Department (B-EDHD) to receive and share data regarding school associated cases. The ICHD & B-EDHD determines what is a probable or confirmed case. According to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), a “school associated case” means a case of probable or confirmed COVID-19 amongst students, teachers, staff members, coaches, volunteers or any other person who was present on school property or at a school function under circumstances that may result in the transmission or contraction of COVID-19 during their infectious period. As directed by the MDHHS, the ICHD and B-EDHD must share probable or confirmed cases with schools within 24 hours. Schools will then post the information received in a public place within 24 hours of notification from the health department.
We will continue to work with Ingham County Health Department and Barry-Eaton District Health Department to ensure the safety of our learning community.
HOLT PUBLIC SCHOOLS COVID-19 DASHBOARD
|Building||Active Positive Cases||Active Probable Cases||Resolved Cases 2020-2021||Resolved Cases 2021-2022||Total Cases|
|Midway Early Learning Center||2||0||9||1||12|
|Dimondale Elementary School||0||0||3||6||9|
|Elliott Elementary School||0||0||3||4||7|
|Horizon Elementary School||0||1||6||12||19|
|Sycamore Elementary School||2||1||2||5||10|
|Wilcox Elementary School||1||0||2||5||8|
|Hope Middle School||0||0||1||9||10|
|Washington Woods Middle School||9||4||5||11||29|
|Holt Junior High School||1||1||2||10||14|
|Holt Senior High School||0||0||20||20||40|
|North Campus / Administration Building||0||0||10||5||15|
|Maintenance / Transportation Building||0||0||1||1||2|
*Resolved Cases: A case is considered resolved, after isolation has been completed.
The information on this website will be updated when the District receives information from the Ingham County and Barry-Eaton District Health Departments.
COVID-19 Dashboard updated October 15, 2021.
2020-2021 Reopening Plan, Q and A documents, and Metrics Data
- Extended COVID-19 Learning Plan
- Preparedness and Response Plan (August 2020)
- Remote Learning Guidelines
- Reopening Plan
- Reopening Plan Protocols
- Hyflex Q and A
Reopening Question and Answer Documents
- Pre-Kindergarten- 6th Grade Q and A document
- Junior High Q and A document
- High School Q and A document
COVID-19 Metrics Dashboard
- 4.16.21 COVID 19 Metrics Dashboard
- 4.9.21 COVID 19 Metrics Dashboard
- 4.2.21 COVID-19 Metrics Dashboard
- 3.26.21 COVID-19 Metrics Dashboard
- 3.19.21 COVID 19 Metrics Dashboard
- 3.12.21 COVID 19 Metrics Dashboard
- 3.5.2021 COVID 19 Metrics Dashboard
- 2.26.2021 COVID 19 Metrics Dashboard
- 2.19.2021 COVID 19 Metrics Dashboard
- 2.12.2021 COVID 19 Metrics Dashboard
- 2.5.2021 COVID 19 Metrics Dashboard
Explaining COVID-19 to Children
I think I've Been Exposed to COVID-19, What Should I Do?
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), people with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:
- Fever or chills
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle or body aches
- New loss of taste or smell
- Sore throat
- Congestion or runny nose
- Nausea or vomiting
This list does not include all possible symptoms. Check the CDC website for an updated list as we learn more about COVID-19.
CDC's Coronavirus Self-Checker
A tool to help you make decisions on when to seek testing and medical care.
Questions & Answers
DO THE FIVE
Help stop coronavirus:
- HANDS - Wash them often
- ELBOW - Cough into it
- FACE - Don't touch it
- SPACE - Keep safe distance
- HOME - Stay if you can