How is PLP handling possible, suspected, presumptive or confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 and potential exposures.
Effective June 24, 2022, the NC StrongSchools Toolkit was sunsetted by NCDHHS. Per NCDHHS, going forward, school administrators, staff, and families should refer to the Handling Possible, Suspected, Presumptive or Confirmed Positive Cases of COVID-19 and Potential Exposures to be used in schools.
What should I do if my child tests positive for COVID-19 or is presenting COVID-like symptoms?
Does the school offer on-site COVID-19 testing?
Yes, families are welcome to schedule on-site testing through our nursing staff for students who may be experiencing symptoms.
How can I find the Community Transmission Levels for Iredell or Mecklenburg County?
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) continues to publish Community Transmission Levels. This information is updated weekly (by Thursday evening) and can be accessed at:
Take steps to protect others
Stay home if you are sick, except to get medical care. See Pine Lake Preparatory's healthcare policy regarding when to keep your child home.