KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools is committed to providing our students and families with updates about COVID-19 . This page will be updated with materials and resources as they become available.
If your child has tested positive for COVID-19 or has been exposed to an individual who tested positive for COVID-19, please keep your child at home and complete the Scholar COVID-19 Report Form. Click here to access the form or copy and paste into the browser https://forms.gle/PS4qRXmohpwbgc2eA.
KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools are mask-optional. However, there are circumstances where masks will be required:
Per Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) recommendations, students and staff who end isolation after 5 days will still be required to wear a mask for the remainder of the 10 days after they develop symptoms (or have tested positive but show no symptoms). And regardless of vaccination status, students and staff who are exposed to a positive COVID-19 case should continue to wear a mask for the full 10 days after exposure.
KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools will continue to monitor COVID-19 data in our community and guidance from the CDC and DPH in making future decisions regarding masking and other mitigation strategies. If we must return to masks being required, we will share updates as guidance and/or regulations change.
COVID-19 Surveillance Testing
To find COVID-19 testing locations in Georgia, visit https://dph.georgia.gov/covidtesting.
To find COVID-19 Vaccination locations, visit https://dph.georgia.gov/covid-vaccine.
Atlanta COVID-19 Dashboard
The Atlanta COVID-19 Dashboard is a weekly data-driven summary used to inform City of Atlanta COVID-19 reopening decisions, to educate the public on key indicators being used for decision-making, and to ensure transparency on our progress towards a safer and healthier Atlanta.
CDC’s COVID-19 Community Tool
CDC’s COVID-19 Community Levels are a new tool to help communities decide what prevention steps to take based on the latest data. Individuals can use this tool to find community levels and prevention steps by county