Test-to-Stay Program Information

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******UPDATED 2/28/2022******

Beginning today, Test-to-Stay is available by appointment only.  A parent wishing to utilize the Test-to-Stay option for their child must first contact the school COVID officer or the district health team, to recieve a scheduled appointment time for the testing.  

 

SCHOOL COVID OFFICERS:

Crofton: Lori Dexter                                                      Christian County Middle: Mari Owens

Freedom: Sean Conley                                                 Hopkinsville Middle: Gwen Chaudoin

Indian Hills: Sara Johnson                                            Christian County High: Jonathan King

MLK Jr.: Stephanie Blanton                                           Hopkinsville High: Wayne Thomas

Millbrooke: Michael Stinnett                                        Gateway Academy: Alicia Lancaster

Pembroke: Dana Gary                                                   Virtual Learning Academy: Arnelle Wesley

Sinking Fork: Leslie Lancaster                                     Bluegrass Learning Academy: Ken Anderson

South Christian: Kim Hayward                                     Cumberland Hall & Day Treatment: Chris Gilkey

 

District Health Team:

Megan Kidd, RN

Rita Driver, RN

 

 ******UPDATED 1/20/2022******

Christian County Public Schools has implemented an optional “Test to Stay” program for any staff or student who has a COVID close contact and are asymtomatic.

Under the “Test to Stay” program, CCPS students and staff who have been determined to have had a COVID close contact, may take a Covid test to ensure they are Covid negative. The “Test to Stay” clinic will be available each school day morning in the Performing Arts Center at Christian County Middle School. This clinic is for any acquired close contacts (students and staff) only.  The clinic is only for students and staff and you must be asymtomatic, showing no COVID symptoms.  Anyone exhibiting COVID symptoms should see their doctor or primary care facility for testing. 

The clinic times will vary based on the COVID numbers.  The School Covid officer will notify parents/students of clinic hours upon quarantine. 

A parent/guardian must transport their student to the PAC and must sign a consent form (one consent form for the 5 days of testing after exposure). A lab form can be downloaded on the CCPS website and must be completed by a parent/guardian each visit.

Staff/Students who test Covid negative will receive a permission slip to check into school that day.


Anyone with questions may contact CCPS Health Director Megan Kidd, at 270-887-7000.

 

CONSENT FORMS ARE FOUND HERE