The health, safety, and well-being of students and staff has always been a priority for the Amity Regional School District. We are committed to providing students with a welcoming and safe learning environment – but also one that maximizes in-person school attendance to develop students both academically and socially. The Amity Regional School District will continue to employ known mitigation strategies to lower the spread of COVID-19 We will also continue to work with our partners at Quinnipiack Valley Health District (QVHD) and Orange Health Department (OHD) to make local-based decisions on safe school operations.
Respiratory Disease Prevention Strategies Fall 2022 - Guidelines from the Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) to assist in local decision-making, in the context of local conditions, to balance respiratory disease prevention measures with maximizing in-person participation opportunities for children.
CDC COVID-19 Community Level -Guidelines from the Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) reference the CDC COVID-19 Community Levels. You can search for Connecticut and New Haven County to find the level for our Amity community.
DPH and CSDE Operational Strategies Fall 2022 - This initiative is designed to get Connecticut’s back to school, to keep them there in-person as much as possible throughout the year, and to keep them healthy and learning all year long.
School COVID Data - A weekly summary of COVID cases among students and staff. Data is updated weekly on Thursday. You can search for Regional School District 05 in the table.
Vaccination by Town and Age Group - Shows the number and percent of residents of each CT town that have initiated COVID-19 vaccination, are fully vaccinated and who have received additional dose by age group. Data is updated weekly on Thursday.
CDC Quarantine & Isolation Calculator - A tool to help individuals determine how long to isolate, quarantine, or take other steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
CT DPH Weekly Influenza Update – A weekly report generate from October 1st through April 30th showing case surveillance, county cases and rates, and influenza hospitalizations and deaths.
Thomas Brant - COVID Health and Safety Compliance Liaison