COVID-19 Prevention Strategy for Schools Form
Current local public health orders require that “Schools must provide public notice to the school community in a highly visible location on the school’s website that outlines the school’s COVID-19 prevention strategies for the 2021-2022 school year by completing the COVID-19 Prevention Strategy for Schools Form. Public notice must be published no later than January 21, 2022. The school must notify the school community and the OCDPH of any subsequent changes in the school’s COVID-19 prevention strategies by indicating revision date and revision history in the COVID-19 Prevention Strategy for Schools Form”.
The following form should be used to clearly demonstrate the prevention strategies being utilized by local schools. The status of each prevention strategy on this form must be completed by schools. Items containing the label “required by order” are prevention strategies that are required per local, MDHHS, or CDC public health order. Additional notes or explanation should be added where clarity is needed. This form may be completed at the district level if the status of all prevention strategies is applicable to all schools in the district. Where differences in prevention strategies exist between schools in the same district, individual Prevention Strategy for Schools Forms should be posted for each school or noted clearly on a single district-level Prevention Strategy for Schools Form.
Prevention strategies listed on the following form are based on CDC Guidance for COVID-19 Prevention in K-12 Schools and the MDHHS MI Safer Schools Guidance for Managing COVID-19 Exposures in School Settings found at the following websites:
Innocademy COVID-19 Prevention Strategy – 2021-2022 School Year
COVID-19 DASHBOARD (Current Cumulative Totals for the 2021-2022 Academic Year)
The Ottawa County Department of Public Health COVID-19 Dashboard
Innocademy Zeeland will share updated COVID-19 data each Monday afternoon. Due to HIPPA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) and FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) laws, no personal information will be shared.
When Innocademy Zeeland receives notification of a positive case, we will contact the county health department who traces and directly contacts those in close contact of the positive case. Working under the guidance of the health department, Innocademy Zeeland will notify any affected families as necessary.
Cumulative COVID-19 Counts (2021-2022 Academic Year):
Active COVID-19 Cases as of 03/3/2022
- Students: 0
- Staff: 0
# of Students Confirmed Positive
# of Staff Confirmed Positive
*Quarantine includes confirmed close contacts only. Students who miss school while awaiting test results due to symptons but subsequently test negative or receive an alternative diagnosis are not included in this information.
NOTE: The numbers reported here are only those of Innocademy Zeeland and not those of any other school supported by Innovative Education Services (IES). A student or staff member in quarantine does *not* equal a positive case as they could be in quarantine due to a direct contact with a positive case or are displaying possible symptoms.