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Health and Wellness/COVID-19

A student who was exposed at school to someone who tested positive for COVID-19 may return to school or related activities if he or she meets ALL of the following:  

  1. The school verifies the student and the person who tested positive were both wearing a face mask.

  2. The quarantined student has a negative COVID-19 test (rapid tests are acceptable, antibody tests are not) at least 7 days after the last exposure to the person who tested positive.

  3. The student does not have symptoms of COVID-19.

Symptom Self Checklist- School students and employees must undergo a symptom check prior to coming to school. Please check your symptoms at home. If you answer yes to any of the below questions you must stay home.

Student Affirmation Provided by Utah State Board of Education- It is important to anyone showing signs or symptoms of COVID-19 not come to the school. This applies to students, parents, school employees, or any visitors.

COVID Parent Resource Letter

Dear BCE Parents and Guardians, I hope you’re having a wonderful summer and finding time to get outdoors and enjoy Utah’s beautiful weather. As you would have heard, Jordan School District announced that school will resume in August 2020 with options for at-School learning or full time virtual learning from home. Although the updated reopening plan will not be sent out until later this month, I wanted to provide you with some resources to help your students get used to wearing a mask and washing their hands, if you opt for the at-school learning option. It would be greatly appreciated if you could begin the process of normalizing these practices with your child before they go back to school. Despite the circumstances, it is our goal to make the transition back to school as smooth as possible and we can’t do it without your help. Please see below the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations for making and wearing a cloth covering. In addition, there are posters with suggestions on how to help your child wear their mask, along with resources on teaching hand washing. Once again, we greatly appreciate your cooperation getting your student ready to return to school in the fall. In the meantime, please stay safe and healthy and enjoy the remainder of your summer.


Morgan Hunter, Ed.S School Psychologist Butterfield Canyon Elementary Jordan School District, UT


How to Make a Cloth Face Covering (CDC recommendations):

How to Wear a Cloth Face Covering (CDC recommendations):