• Wasatch County School District has implemented the following COVID-19 employee guidelines, and will continue until the District transitions from the “yellow,” or low-risk, phase into a different phase of the Utah color-coded health guidance system.  Modifications to the guidelines may occur at any time. 

    In Wasatch County School District, all employees will return to onsite work according to each employee’s respective work calendar.  Some exceptions are listed below.  Employees are directed to adhere to the following guidelines:

    • Employees who are physically ill should NOT be at work. 
    • All employees are required to wear a face covering when moving through the District Offices and/or schools, working with visitors, attending in-person employee meetings and/or sharing a work area that does not provide for appropriate social distancing.
    • If an employee’s work area does not provide for appropriate social distancing (ideally six or more feet), employees will work with their supervisor and/or WCSD's Human Resources Department to identify resources and/or alternatives, e.g. face covering.
    • No gatherings or meetings may exceed 50 individuals in a room. However, large-capacity rooms or auditoriums may exceed 50 individuals as long as the seating provides six feet of space in all directions between individuals while seated.
    • All employees shall observe appropriate social distancing when meeting with employees and visitors. Please maintain a separation of six feet.
    • All visitors are required to wear a face covering while in the District Offices and schools. If a visitor approaches without a face covering, please provide them with one. If they refuse, contact Human Resources. If you are at a school, please contact the school administration.

    Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What are the symptoms of Covid-19?

  • Who is High-Risk and what guidelines should they follow?

  • I am identified as a High-Risk Individual. Can I continue to work onsite?

  • I am identified as a High-Risk Individual. Can I continue to work remotely?

  • I am identified as a High-Risk Individual in a position required to work onsite, what PPE may I anticipate?

  • What leave is available through District policy for benefit-eligible employees?

  • What leave is available through the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), who qualifies, and is it paid leave?

  • What leave would I use if I am caring for someone who has been quarantined as specified in FFCRA qualifying conditions (1) or (2)?

  • What leave would I use if I have been or were potentially exposed to COVID-19?

  • What leave would I use if I am experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 and seeking medical diagnosis?

  • What leave would I use if I test positive for COVID-19?

  • What leave would I use if I am ill; e.g. common cold, flu, cancer, or other non COVID-19 illness?

  • What leave would I use if I take time off for personal reasons: e.g. wedding, funeral, vacation?