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Guidelines for the 2022-2023 School Year

We want to share some important guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) that Oakwood will continue to implement this school year. 

Oakwood will monitor and update our mitigation protocol as needed as guidelines from our State and County may change. We thank you for your careful review of these guidelines and your continued support of the protocol we have put in place to aid in the health and safety of our Oakwood students, faculty, staff, and the broader community. Oakwood will continue to uphold a multifaceted COVID-19 mitigation protocol.

All members of our Oakwood community should stay home when ill and follow the proper steps before returning to campus. If an individual is positive, please follow the guidance that you will receive from our team as well as the "COVID Positive? Next Steps" section below.

Please note: If a person has known allergies they may come to school if they test negative. A person with known migraines doesn’t have to submit a test if they have a headache. These known ailments should be noted in your student's Magnus Health Record. If they have a lingering cough they can wear a face covering at school.

Our Pandemic Team meets weekly with the Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE) and CDPH for updates and briefings regarding COVID-19 directives, guidelines, and recommendations as they relate to schools.  As we receive updated guidance, we will update this page accordingly. 

Questions regarding this information may be directed to our Pandemic Team

Multi-Faceted Mitigation


New positive COVID-19 cases this week:

3/15 - 3/22

Lower School: 1
Middle School: 0
High School: 0
Faculty/Staff: 0