NCSD COVID-19 Communication Update – November 13, 2020

Effective November 13, 2020, the Natrona County School District will require all spectators and school visitors to wear face coverings at all times while attending any NCSD Elementary, Middle Level, or High School level indoor event, program, or activity. This includes all NCSD indoor sporting events, music or theatre performances, parent/teacher conferences, Open House events, and all other indoor events or activities inside a district facility. This also pertains to any outside agencies utilizing NCSD facilities. 

Due to the nature of movement and socializing at such events, face coverings will be required to be worn at all times. During these events face coverings will be required regardless of social distancing and/or when sitting with immediate family. Face coverings will be required to be worn prior to entering the building or facility. If a spectator or school visitor chooses not to comply with the face-covering requirement, they will not be allowed to attend the event, performance, or activity. 

The Natrona County School District is committed to continuing to provide an exceptional education for all students while ensuring a safe and healthy environment for all. We are asking for your cooperation and partnership as we move forward into winter sports, activities, events, and programs. The safety of students and staff continues to be our highest priority. We are hopeful that with the partnership and support of our parents, guardians, and community members, we can all work together to continue to provide in-person instruction while providing the opportunity for students to participate in extracurricular activities and events while keeping our students, staff, and community safe. 

NCSD will continue to follow all state health orders within all district buildings and facilities. 

Please follow the other identified health guidelines including: 

  • Wash/sanitize hands before upon entry into school and throughout the day – Hand washing stations, or hand sanitizer, will be readily available
  • DO NOT come to school or district event if fever over 100.4 
  • If you, your child, or an immediate family member are sick or showing signs or symptoms of COVID-19, stay home and contact your local health care provider or Casper-Natrona County Health Department

We appreciate your partnership and support as we work together to provide a high-quality learning environment for all students while maintaining our commitment to the safety and health of all students, staff, and the community.


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