Manteca Unified will continue to track and document COVID-19 cases throughout the district as required and report outbreaks of positive cases to San Joaquin County Public Health Services. The MUSD Workplace Illness Prevention task force (WIP) will serve as the district’s liaison when assisting the local health department.
In case of possible exposure to a confirmed case of COVID-19, staff and student groups who are identified to have spent more than a cumulative total of 15 minutes (within a 24 hour period) in a shared indoor airspace (classroom, office, etc.) will receive a group notification of exposure. This communication serves as a notice of possible exposure, students will not need to quarantine and may continue to come to school and participate in all extracurriculars.
What does this mean for staff and students?
- Staff and students may continue to come to school/work unless they develop symptoms or test positive for COVID-19.
- Those who develop symptoms should complete MUSD's Symptom Survey.
- Staff and students may choose to test for COVID-19. MUSD offers free testing to students, staff, and their immediate family members.