COVID-19 Information Hub
Students, Families & Staff
Welcome to the COVID-19 Information Hub. Families and staff can use this site to find direct links to COVID related information and resources for the School District of Philadelphia.
We continue to work closely with the Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH) to strengthen our health and safety protocols. Please check back often for the most recent information.
For Students & Families
The School District of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH) continue working closely, monitoring local COVID-19 conditions, and following federal and local public health guidance to determine the best health and safety measures to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our schools and offices.
Families should report COVID cases directly to their school nurse or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The School District of Philadelphia invites anyone seeking a COVID-19 vaccine to register for an appointment at one of our upcoming vaccine events taking place at various school sites.
2022- 2023 Weekly Positive COVID-19 Cases
The purpose of student testing is to provide an additional layer of prevention to slow the spread of COVID-19 in school buildings and extracurricular activities. The testing program is convenient, safe, and free of charge.
Parents and caregivers should monitor their child for COVID symptoms. The COVID pre-screener tool will help you know what symptoms to check for.
The School District of Philadelphia is partnering with DOCS Health, CHOP, and the Philadelphia Department of Health to make FREE COVD-19 Testing available for students.
Additional Resources for Students & Families
COVID communication is often sent through Parent Portal. Sign up now to access to valuable information about your child’s education and school.
Please find the guidance for attendance expectations during quarantine and isolation here.
This page provides contact information and resources to assist you with getting the help you need with your child’s education, classroom, and school.
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Last modified: December 15, 2022