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Home Symptom Screening (5-Star)

To assure health and safety of all students and staff, daily screening for COVID-19 symptoms and possible exposure before arriving at school is required.
Complete the Home Symptom Screening each day
before your students attends school - click button below. You will be directed to a form where you will answer two simple health symptom screening questions and submit.

You will need your student's ID number to complete the screening.

PVUSD's Home Symptom Screening form can be accessed on a Chromebook, using a phone or any device with Internet access.

If your student is feeling sick, please keep them at home and contact your student's school. If your student is waiting for COVID test results, please keep them home until they receive the results and they are negative.

5Star Home Symptom Screening Video

Hand Washing is an excellent way to avoid spread of germs and disease.

Inspire Diagnostics - Registration for Testing for Students, Families and Staff

Register with Inspire Diagnostics.mp4

Surveillance Testing for Staff

PVUSD has implemented a bi-weekly COVID-19 surveillance testing program for all staff. Surveillance testing is used to measure and monitor the prevalence of COVID-19 among asymptomatic staff in our schools and District.


Click the button for information on bus schedules and routes in PVUSD.

School Timelines & Schedules

Schools will return to regular schedules. Check with your school site for their specific school schedule.

Health & Safety

Health and safety has been, and continues to be our #1 priority in PVUSD. We follow California Department of Public Health (CDHP) guidance to ensure our students, families, and staff stay healthy and safe.

The CDHP and CalOSHA guidance includes the following:

Monitoring Symptoms:

Implement symptom and exposure screening for all staff and students at home each day before leaving for school. Symptoms include: Fever/chills, Cough, Shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, Fatigue, Muscle/body aches, Headache, New loss of taste/smell, Sore throat, Congestion/runny nose, Nausea/vomiting, Diarrhea

Masks - Strongly Encouraged but not Required

Continuing PVUSD's adherence to CDPH guidelines, as of March 12, 2022, PVUSD will no longer require but strongly recommend use of face masks for students, staff and visitors. This covers outdoor and indoor settings as well as on school buses.

Inspire Diagnostics - PCR and Antigen Testing Approved by FDA

Both ID tests are FDA approved. Here is the FDA approval for CARESTART (Antigen test) and TaqPath Assay (for RT-PCR test) for your reference.

PVUSD COVID-19 Data Dashboard

PVUSD is sharing data about COVID-19 cases to keep the public informed about how the pandemic is affecting the District .

Case counts represent the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases associated with PVUSD schools and buildings. Case counts are not a measure of transmission in schools and numerous studies have shown that schools are not sites of significant COVID-19 transmission.

The dashboard shows the total number of known COVID-19 cases affecting both students and staff and it is updated on the first of each month.

Social/Emotional Support

PVUSD offers a wide range of social/emotional support resources for our students, families and staff members. Click the button below for more information and resources.

2021-2022 School Year Instruction Plan

PVUSD has established a comprehensive plan at our schools and facilities.

PVUSD School Readiness Index

Click the button below to view a complete list of PVUSD school sites and the school readiness index.

PVUSD COVID-19 Prevention Program

Click the button below to view the complete PVUSD COVID-19 Prevention Program details.

HVAC System Upgrades


We have been upgrading HVAC systems at our schools to meet state and federal guidelines.

Click the button below to see the current status of HVAC systems at each of our schools, classroom by classroom.

CDPH and CalOSHA Guidance:

For indoor locations, employers are required to evaluate how to maximize ventilation with outdoor air; the highest level of filtration efficiency compatible with the existing ventilation system; and whether the use of portable or mounted High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filtration units, or other air cleaning systems, would reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.

For indoor spaces, ventilation should be optimized, which can be done by following CDPH Guidance on Ventilation of Indoor Environments and Ventilation and Filtration to Reduce Long-Range Airborne Transmission of COVID-19 and Other Respiratory Infections: Considerations for Reopened Schools.