COVID-19 Response Page
Students and staff should monitor their own health and stay home if they feel ill. Contact a healthcare provider for guidance if there are symptoms of illness. Students and staff may return to school when fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication and symptoms are improving or upon clearance from their healthcare provider.
Steps to follow after positive COVID-19 diagnosis:
- use the CDC calculator to establish isolation dates and precaution measures following isolation;
- report confirmed positive test, absence and anticipated return date to school so cases can be monitored; and
- if assistance is needed determining return dates contact the Waukesha County Health Department at (262) 896-8430 or the district nurse at (262) 246-1973 x1186.
Families and community residents can track the following information regarding COVID-19:
The Hamilton School District utilizes mitigation efforts recommended by Wisconsin Department of Instruction, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Department of Health Services. The district will continue to respond to new information and changing conditions. Read Hamilton School District’s entire COVID-19 Mitigation Efforts document here.
Learn about district plans for federal funds, provide feedback
Hamilton School District is applying for federal funds to address the impact of COVID-19 on student learning. As part of the process, a presentation has been created with details about how the funding can be used. One of the last slides has a link that allows families, students, staff and community members to provide feedback on the district’s plans on how the funds will be used.