January 13, 2022 Update
Dear Fraser Families,
We are so grateful for your continued support and understanding during these challenging times. Thank you for all that you are doing to keep your student(s) home when they are ill and for monitoring their symptoms regularly, as this truly assists us in mitigating the spread of illness. Quickly identifying those with symptoms and minimizing their contact in our schools is the best way to move forward and continue to provide in-person learning.
The Fraser Family continues to work above and beyond to support our families as we navigate through this pandemic. I want to thank all employees and families for their efforts and the continued focus on teaching and learning despite the difficult circumstances many of us are facing.
I understand the frustration there has been with the many changes in health guidance regarding quarantine and isolation procedures. These have changed several times over the past few weeks, and I appreciate your support and understanding as we navigate these changes with you.
This week the Macomb County Health Department aligned with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ (MDHHS) and the CDC’s updated procedures and guidelines for positive cases and close contacts of COVID-19. The most impactful change that I would like to share is the modification to the isolation and quarantine period from 10 days to 5 days. We have created an easy-to-understand chart with this information that is posted on our COVID Dashboard, https://www.fraser.k12.mi.us/covid.
We will continue to offer free testing each weekday for staff and students who are identified by the Macomb County Health Department as close contacts within the school environment. We know this service has been very helpful in keeping healthy students in school as well as minimizing disruptions to the learning environment.
Thank you for your continued support and cooperation.
With Fraser Pride,
COVID-19 Testing Clinic
Fraser Public Schools is offering a free COVID-19 testing clinic each weekday for students and staff who are identified as close contacts by the Macomb County Health Department due to exposure within the school environment (ie. in a classroom, on the school bus, at an after school activity on campus).
- Location: Fraser High School Athletics Entrance, 34270 Garfield
- Days: Monday-Friday
- Hours: 7:00 - 10:30 a.m.
- Appointments: No appointments are necessary. You can arrive any time during the open hours.
- Consent Form: Click here for the parent/guardian consent form.
Please complete the consent form prior to your appointment.
Our trained staff will perform a rapid test. Parents/Guardians will receive results via email within an hour.
This clinic is only for students/staff who were exposed within the school environment and identified as close contacts by the Macomb County Health Department.