2021-2022 COVID-19 SAFE Opening Plan

Updated 2/27/2022

COVID-19 data, along with MCPHD, IDOH, and CDC guidance, will be monitored on a frequent basis. Each month, these safety protocols will be reviewed, and adjustments to the plan will be made as needed. District COVID-19 data will continue to be reported to the MCPHD and posted on our website.



  • Effective Monday, February 28th all MSD of Warren Township campuses will be mask optional for students, staff, and visitors. Masks will also be optional on school busses as well.

  • This change is reflective of new guidance from CDC and is aligned with the mask optional guidance for indoor areas. To read the entire updated masking statement from the CDC, click here.

  • Effective Monday, February 28th the use of contact tracing and quarantining close contacts will no longer take place.

  • Isolation will be still required when a student has tested positive for COVID-19. Students isolation for a positive COVID-19 case remains 10 days.

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  • Parents / caregivers will be required to screen their students before coming to school each day. All MSD Warren staff are also required to self-screen before coming to school. Students and staff exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 without being otherwise explained, are prohibited from coming to school / work. If symptoms become present at school /work, individuals will be sent home. 

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  • MSD Warren Township has a partnership with Community Health Network in which they provide all Warren schools with full-time certified nurses. All nurses have been trained to work with COVID-19 related situations. 

  • Each school building has a nurse’s office for daily medication and routine health issues. Any individual experiencing COVID-19 symptoms will be cared for in a separate designated room.

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Frequent handwashing will be required for all students and staff throughout the school day.

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Hand sanitizer will be made available in classrooms and common areas when hand washing isn’t possible.

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  • Communication to students, families, and staff will occur on a frequent basis through our district website, ParentSquare, school newsletters, phone messages, and social media. If more information is needed, please contact your child’s school.

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  • Moorhead Community Resource Center, 8400 E 10th St., is ready to serve and meet the needs of our students and families. Families can call 317-608-0545 or email with requests.