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What are Naperville 203's COVID Protocols for Moderate/High-Risk Sports and Activities
D203 recognizes the importance of extracurricular activities for our students and will continue to provide these opportunities in compliance with the public health guidance provided by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE), and Illinois High School Sports Association (IHSA). All extracurricular activities will strictly adhere to the required mitigation strategies, including the isolation and quarantine protocols.
Per IDPH and IHSA guidelines whenever a positive case of COVID-19 is reported contact tracing will be conducted and all close contacts will be required to quarantine for 14 days. A close contact is defined as:
- Being within 6ft of an infected person for at least 15 cumulative minutes within a 24 hour period; OR
- Having direct contact with an infected person including touching (tackling, blocking, defending), hugging, kissing, or sharing eating/drinking utensils regardless of the amount of time of the contact OR
- An infected person sneezed, coughed, or somehow got respiratory droplets on another person/
- Due to the increased risk of transmission during moderate and high-risk activities, as defined by IDPH, an individual may be identified as a close contact when exposure has been less than 15 minutes, as determined by the local health department.
Our health offices, in conjunction with DuPage County Health Department (DCHD), will consider all aspects of the extracurricular activity including practice time, carpools, sidelines activities, locker room, and the type of contact involved in the activity.
In our efforts to minimize the spread of the virus and continue to prioritize in-person learning, we will be implementing the following protocols, in accordance with IDPH and DCHD guidelines, for students participating in high or moderate-risk extracurricular activities.
Positive/probable case of COVID-19 within the extracurricular activity, including contact with an opposing team/club
All D203 participants, including coaches and sponsors, will be required to quarantine while the health office conducts contact tracing. Please be patient with this process as contact tracing can take up to 48 hours.
It is highly likely that all participants will be required to quarantine for 14 days from the date of exposure.
Families will be notified through group notification text/phone call and an email that outlines the recommendations from the DCHD and the requirements for returning to in-person instruction.