Massillon City Schools COVID-19 Dashboard
Week of 5.10.21 - 5.14.21
Confirmed, active cases
Current District Total : 14
Total Cumulative Confirmed Cases at MCS (Beginning September 8, 2020) : 180
*Active cases are those in which students/staff has received a positive test/diagnosis and has not been cleared to return*
Reported COVID-19 cases are based on information provided by the Massillon City Health Department, parents, guardians and caregivers and are either confirmed based on testing or clinical diagnosis. Families of close contacts will be notified based on the Massillon City Health Department contact tracing protocol.
12/22/2020 Quarantine Length and Sports Participation
Questions continue to arise about quarantine and sports. Below you will find the question posed by OHSAA and the response from ODH.
If an athlete ends quarantine in a shortened time frame of 7 or 10 days, are they allowed to resume sports such as basketball and wrestling?
- No. To minimize the risk of coronavirus transmission, athletes should wait until 14 days of symptom monitoring have passed, as they would not be able to social distance or wear a mask during active practice or play. Such athletes are allowed to return to class sooner as there they can social distance (at least 6 feet) and wear a mask when around others.
COVID-19 Reminder 12/3/20
Over the past few weeks we have seen an increase in the number of Covid-19 cases across Stark County.
The Massillon City Schools is continuing to emphasize the importance of completing daily home screenings of your student(s) prior to sending them to school.
If you have Covid-19 concerns regarding your son/daughter please utilize the District Covid-19 phone line @ 330-830-7450 and provide the necessary information. All other call offs should utilize the district attendance call off line @ 330-830- SICK (7425)
Should you have any other questions please feel free to contact your child's school nurse, health care provider or the Massillon City Health Dept.
COVID-19 Phone Line
The Massillon City School District has added a dedicated phone line for families to call their child off of school for COVID- 19 related symptoms. If you need to call your child off of school due to COVID-19 concerns, please call 330-830-7450 and provide the necessary information.
*This phone line will be monitored and will be active beginning Monday morning Sept. 21.
You will be asked to provide the following information:
1. Student name
4. The reason they are missing school today.
5. Please indicate whether your child has tested positive for COVID-19, has been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19 or if your child has any of the following symptoms:
-Loss of taste and smell
-Fever greater than 100
-Muscle or body aches
-Diarrhea or vomiting
All other student call offs please dial 330-830-SICK (7425)
Thank you for your cooperation.
Please click below to view our Massillon City School District Restart Plan
Frequently Asked Questions
Please click below to view the Frequently Asked Questions for the return to school
Understanding Contact Tracing
Please click below to view a graphic which explains more about contact tracing
Communication for COVID-19 Positive Cases
Please click below to view our Communication Guidance for positive COVID-19 cases
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