Mead School District resumes COVID-19 testing as more supplies arrive | Coronavirus

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MEAD, Wash. — A shipment of COVID-19 testing supplies has made its way to the Mead School District (MSD), allowing them to resume their Test-To-Stay program, the district announced Monday.

MSD had to halt testing last week as supplies ran out. Students and staff have been told to stay home and sports have been suspended.

Now the district is offering Tuesday and Wednesday testing sites at Midway Elementary School, Evergreen Elementary School and the gymnasium south of Union Stadium.

Students whose last name begins with AM are asked to come between 8:30 am and 12:00 pm, NZ at 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

For student-athletes, MSD said to await communication from the coaching staff.

Symptomatic students are also encouraged to visit these test sites.

If your student has not yet been tested in school this school year, follow the instructions below. If so, ignore them.

1. Parent Consent Form – This form is valid for the 2021-22 school year. Parents/guardians will be notified prior to any COVID-19 testing. Bring the completed form with you to the testing site.

2. Registration Form – Click on your school below and complete the online form:

· ELEMENTARY BRENTWOOD

· PRIMARY COLBERT

· CREEKSIDE PRIMARY

· ELEMENTARY EVERGREEN

· ELEMENTARY GOODBYE

· HIGHLANDS MEDIUM SCHOOL

· MEAD HIGH SCHOOL

· ELEMENTARY MEADOW RIDGE

· FIVE THOUSAND PRAIRIE/NORTH STAR

· PRIMARY MIDWAY

· COLLEGE NEXT TO THE MOUNTAIN

· MT SPOKANE SECONDARY SCHOOL

· NORTHWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL

· PRAIRIE VIEW PRIMARY SCHOOL

· SKYLINE PRIMARY SCHOOL

· SHILOH HILLS ELEMENTARY

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