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Parents and Guardians of students are reminded to keep students home from school if they have symptoms of COVID-19, have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 or the student has tested positive for COVID-19.

Click here for a list of symptoms parents and staff should watch for.

All schools will work with students who have to miss school to ensure they are kept up to date on their assignments.

Appointments for those 12 years of age or older to receive COVID-19 vaccinations are available by calling the Martin Tyrrell Washington District Health at 252-793-3023.

Parent/Guardian Notification

Notifications of potential exposure are made by school nurses or members of school administrative teams. Calls are made to the parents or guardians of any student who have been identified as exposed to someone who has tested positive.

All parents are then notified when a positive case or cases are identified in their child's school by way of the school's call system. This makes it more important than ever for parents/guardians to keep their contact number(s) up to date at their child's school. If you need to update a contact number, please contact the front desk at your child's school.

COVID-19 Dashboard

As reported by Martin County School and the Martin Tyrrell Washington Health District. These numbers reflect cases involving students who have been in actual attendance during the 2021-2022 school year.

This Week reflects November 8 - November 12, 2021

EJH - E.J. Hayes Elementary School, JES - Jamesville Elementary School, SCE - South Creek Elementary School, SCM - South Creek Middle School, SCH - South Creek High School, RES - Rodgers Elementary School, RHS - Riverside High School, RMS - Riverside Middle School, WPS - Williamston Primary School

Click this link to access the Strong Schools NC Public Health Toolkit. This document, which provides guidance for NC public schools during COVID-19, is being updated frequently. The most recent edition is dated August 26, 2021.