From Our School District Nurse
Have a Student who is eligible for the COVID VACCINE?
Register for our free May 26th Vaccine Clinic for students 12 and older!
Methow Valley School District is partnering with Okanogan County Public Health and local medical providers to host another Pfizer Vaccination Clinic, specifically for students 12 years and older.*
Where: Liberty Bell High School
When: Wednesday, May 26 • 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
(Students who received their first Pfizer dose on May 5th will be receiving their second vaccine from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.)
Preregistration is required for all first-dose participants so we have an accurate count. Parents/Guardians and (siblings 12 and older) are invited to receive the vaccine along with their students. Please sign up as soon as possible using the button below to register online or contact your school office for a form.
*NOTE: While parent/guardian attendance is NOT required at the clinic, during the clinic they must be available by phone to verify that they indeed do want their student vaccinated. The Consent for Minors form must be completed and sent with all students. This form will be included in the registration confirmation or can be downloaded here for printing: English • Spanish
Academic and Student Well-being Recovery Plans
The School Board will be reviewing the following documents Thursday, May 13 during their regular board meeting. They will be asked to take action by approving the documents (in their final form) through the adoption of a resolution during the regular board meeting scheduled to take place on Thursday, May 27.
Okanogan County Public Health
Everyone 12 & older can now be vaccinated!
- VACCINATION REGISTRATION
Visit Okanogan County’s centralized vaccine registration page where you can find and register for upcoming clinics. Okanogan County Vaccination Registration →
- FULLY VACCINATED?
We’re still learning how vaccines will affect the spread of COVID-19. Read about the new guidelines for those who have received the vaccination. What can I do now that I’m fully vaccinated? →
COVID Testing Procedures & Facilities
- COVID-19 Testing Procedures
- Local COVID-19 Testing Facilities
- For Emergent Questions DIAL 911
- For Non-Emergent Questions contact:
- Confluence Clinic in Winthrop (509) 996-8180
- Family Health Centers in Twisp (509) 997-2011
- Room One (509) 997-2050
- Ulrich’s Pharmacy (509) 997-2191
- Okanogan Behavior Health Crisis Line (509) 826-6191
I’ve been exposed to COVID-19.
What happens now?
- MVSD 2020-21 “Safe” Return to Learn/Work Procedures – Highlights
- MVSD 2020-21 “Safe” Return to Learn/Work Procedures – Full Text
- MVSD Classroom Cleaning Regimen for Students and Teachers
- MVSD Staff/Student Pledge (Print for your fridge!)
- What if someone in my household feels sick…? (Print for your fridge!)
- 2020 WA Dept of Health – K-12 Schools Guidance (Sept 2, 2020)
“Schools Don’t Keep Schools Open. Communities Keep Schools Open.”
Not only has our community participated in the prevention measures outlined by the WA Dept. of Health to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our community, we have come together to recreate our schools. We would like to thank all of the people, businesses and community groups that have assisted in the safe re-opening of our schools… Kiwanis, Cascade Pipe, Okanogan County Sheriff, Aero Methow, OCPH, Family Health Centers, Little Star, Confluence Health, NCESD, eqpd, TwispWorks, D*Signs, Erik Brooks and our local sewing community
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