GMRSD COVID Information

COVID Vaccine Clinics:

Thursday, December 16, 3:30-5:30 p.m. at Hillcrest Elementary

Friday, December 17, 3:30-5:30 p.m. at Gill Elementary

Monday, December 20, 1:30-5:30 p.m. at Sheffield Elementary

COVID Resources:

Can I Send My Student to School? (An interactive link from the National Association of School Nurses for parents/guardians to use to determine whether students may come to school and what to do if they have symptoms or test positive.)

Massachusetts COVID-19 Interactive Data Dashboard

Franklin County COVID-19 Data

COVID Testing Options

Where to find a COVID-19 Vaccine

COVID-19 Vaccine Myths vs. Facts

Celebrating Safely: Winter Gathering Guidance

COVID Testing in the Schools:

CIC Health Consent Portal  (Sign up through this portal for BinaxNOW Rapid Antigen COVID testing and Routine COVID Safety Checks [formally referred to as Pooled Testing])

COVID Testing Letter

District COVID Safety Protocols:

2021-2022 District COVID Safety Protocols

Communicating Concerns about COVID Exposure:

While health information is private and protected, we ask that all families commit to inform your child’s school if you have a positive case or concern for exposure to COVID-19 in your home. The nurse contacts at each district school, to report child or household COVID-19 concerns, are as follows: 

Hillcrest Elementary School: Jazmin Wileman 413-863-2638

Sheffield Elementary School: Suzanne Martino 413-863-7441 

Gill Elementary School: Carol Varner 413-863-7458 

Turners Falls High School/Great Falls Middle School: Melissa Lynde and Amy Killay 413-863-7313 

Outside of School Hours COVID Reporting: 

Outside of school hours, such as the evening, a weekend, or a school vacation, families can contact the following number to ensure that the school has timely notification of a COVID-positive student or family member: 413-863-7215