(This page is updated weekly - Last update was 11.24.21)
As a result of two outbreaks, the students and staff in the entire District are required to wear masks during the school day while inside until January 3, 2021.
Our approach continues to be based on the current local data regarding COVID-19 and the recommendations of the NH DHHS. If the level of community transmission changes or the level of school impact changes, we may need to adjust this plan. In order to make decisions about the need for these adjustments, the District will continue to consult with the COVID-19 Education Liaison at the NH DHHS and the Public Health Officer for the Town of Pelham.
The Pelham School District remains fully open to students.
The level of community transmission remains substantial.
The level of school impact remains medium and is varied across the three schools..
We have identified a COVID-19 outbreak at PMS and one at PES. Because of siblings and shared bus transportation, these clusters have an impact on PHS.
As a result, the students and staff in the entire District are required to wear masks during the school day while inside until January 3, 2021.
Almost 100 students participated in the free onsite option voluntary vaccination clinic for children ages 5 - 11 Friday November 19. The second clinic will be Friday December 10.
Also on December 10, we will hold a voluntary booster clinic after school. Details to follow.
Signup for our voluntary onsite PCR testing for students and staff on Wednesdays at PES.
All Known Positive Cases of COVID-19 for Students and Staff as of 11.24.21
The Big Seven
We will continue to follow the universal guidance described in our Reopening 2021 Plan. Our mitigation measures are (1) face coverings, (2) distancing, (3) hand sanitation, (4) screening, (5) ventilation, (6) vaccines, and (7) testing.