• Free Covid-19 Testing at Shoreline School District

    Posted by Carrie Crow on 10/27/2021 5:00:00 PM

    The link below provides information and links for free Covid-19 testing for Shoreline School District staff, students, and families. This program provides testing between 11am-3pm, Monday-Friday and should produce results prior to the next school day.

    Free Testing at North City Elementary

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  • Covid-19 Symptoms- Return to School Guidance

    Posted by Carrie Crow on 10/27/2021 4:00:00 PM

    The link below is the guidance from the WA Department of Health that Shoreline School District is requiring for students to return to school after experiencing symptoms of Covid-19. 

    Return to School Flowchart

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  • Covid Vaccine Info

    Posted by Carrie Crow on 1/21/2021
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  • Is it Covid? Or something else?

    Posted by Carrie Crow on 1/4/2021 1:00:00 PM

    The only way to know for sure if you have Covid-19 is to be tested. Listed below is a guide of symptoms that accompany Covid-19 as well as several other things that you or your child could be suffering. A local place you can be easily tested for Covid-19 is the Aurora Testing Center. An appointment is required though so call ahead or click on the link below.

    Address: 12040 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133
    Hours: Monday- Saturday 9:30-5:30
    Accepts Medicaid, Medicare, PPO, Self-Pay, TRICARE, Triwest


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  • Washington Exposure Notifications - WA Notify

    Posted by Carrie Crow on 12/15/2020

    Washington Exposure Notifications (also known as WA Notify) is a new tool that works through smartphones, without sharing any personal information, to alert users if they may have been exposed to COVID-19.  It is completely private, and doesn’t know or track who you are or where you go.

    How do I add WA Notify to my phone?

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    On an iPhone, enable Exposure Notifications in Settings:

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      On an Android phone:

    How does it work?

    When you enable WA Notify, your phone exchanges random, anonymous codes with the phones of people you are near who have also enabled WA Notify. The app uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology to exchange these random codes without revealing any information about you. If another WA Notify user you've been near in the last two weeks later tests positive for COVID-19 and adds their verification code to the app, you’ll get an anonymous notification that you’ve had a possible exposure. This lets you get the care you need quickly and helps prevent you from spreading COVID-19 to the people around you.

    For more information click here: https://www.doh.wa.gov/Emergencies/COVID19/WANotify

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