Drew Charter School COVID-19 Information and Resources

2022 - 2023 School Year

During the 2022 - 2023 school year, Drew Charter School will continue implementing precautionary measures to keep our school community healthy and safe.  Of particular note, Drew will continue offering weekly COVID-19 testing for students, and testing will remain a weekly requirement for staff.  Testing is provided at no cost to families through a partnership with the CDC and the Georgia Department of Health.  Drew strongly encourages all students to test weekly.  Onsite testing is available to all students with a 2022 - 2023 testing consent form on file.  Click the Testing Requirements button on this page for details and access to the consent form. 
 

In addition to weekly COVID-19 testing, Drew will continue implementing its “Test to Stay” Program for students and staff identified as close contacts of persons who have tested positive for COVID-19 and who are not members of their household.  As another mitigation strategy, Drew is also practicing enhanced cleaning measures.  To learn more about these and other preventive steps Drew incorporates into daily operations, please review the information on this page.

Thank you for your ongoing support and cooperation to keep our Drew community healthy and thriving.

 

 FEELING SICK?

Individuals exhibiting any symptoms of illness are not permitted on campus. If your student is exhibiting COVID-related symptoms, please keep them at home.