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COVID -19 Information

Effective March 14, FGSD is no longer requiring masks at school, in district facilities or on school buses. It is important to reiterate that as we move into this next phase of the pandemic, there will be many who will choose to continue wearing masks at school. Every individual has the right to make that decision and the district supports the continued use of face coverings by individuals who feel most comfortable doing so. The district will continue to strongly encourage mask wearing indoors, as well as vaccination and booster shots for all eligible persons. The district will continue to implement our layered safety protocols of increased ventilation, portable air filtration systems in all classrooms, cleaning and sanitizing.
The District does reserve the right to reinstate masking if guided to do so by ODE, OHA or Washington County Public Health due to worsening COVID-19 conditions.
All protocols were developed using ODE's Ready Schools Safe Learners, Oregon Health Authority, and CDC requirements and recommendations for the 21-22 school year. 
Mental Health & Wellness Resources
If you are in a crisis and need to talk to a mental health professional, please access these resources that are available to you:
 -Hawthorne Walk In Clinic: www.hawthornewalkincenter.com
 Nation Suicide Prevention Lifeline1-800-273-8255

 - 24 hour Washington County Crisis Line: 503-291-9111
Si usted está en una crisis y necesita hablar con un profesional de salud mental, por favor de accesar estos recursos que están disponibles para usted:
- Hawthorne Walk In Clinic: www.hawthornewalkincenter.com
- Nation Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
- 24 horas Línea de Crisis del Condado de Washington: 503-291-9111  
Funds allow FGSD to address the most important educational needs as a result of COVID-19. It is a requirement that at least 20% of funds must be used for identification of evidence-based interventions to address the academic impact of lost instructional time.