*Frisco ISD is currently subject to requirements of Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s Executive Order No. GA-29 relating to the use of face coverings during the COVID- 19 disaster.

Current Level: Substantial (​​Jan ​11) - Covid-19 activity level data

Covid-19 Activity Level

Protective measures, including the use of face coverings, will be determined by the level of disease activity of COVID-19, or the requirements of an executive order issued by the Governor of Texas. FISD will utilize reports made to the District of positive cases involving students and staff (on-campus and off-campus cases) to determine the disease activity level and the appropriate protective measures. The disease activity level categories below are based on the recommendations of local and state health officials. Each Sunday afternoon, the COVID-19 activity level for the upcoming week will be posted on the District website and communicated with students, parents and staff.

Students’ individual needs will be addressed on a case-by-case basis. Requests for accommodations should be submitted to campus administration.

Disease Activity Levels

 Metrics
 Low  Medium  High
Average Daily New Cases: Rolling average of daily new Frisco ISD student and staff cases
0-​9  16-59 60+
Case Trend: Trend in rolling  average of daily new Frisco ISD student and staff cases over the prior 14 days Decreasing
By more than 10 
Stable
Within 10 
Increasing
By more than 10
Close Contact Positive Rate: Percent of Frisco ISD staff or students with on-campus close contacts and no known external exposure who test positive within 14 days of close contact
0.0%-2.0%   2.1%-5.0%  5.1%+
Average Concentration of Daily Cases: Number of new cases reported by the average campus in Frisco ISD each day 
0.0-2.0   2.1-5.0  5.1+
 Substantial
One or more of these are true 
Average Daily New Cases is 30 or more
Close Contact Positive Rate is 5.1% or more
Average Concentration of Daily Cases is 5.1 or more
Moderate
Whenever the Disease Activity Level does not meet the criteria for Minimal or Substantial, it will be classified as Moderate.
Minimal
All of these are true for two consecutive weeks
Average Daily New Cases is 9 or less 
Case Trend is STABLE (within 10) or DECREASING (by more than 10) 
Close Contact Positive Rate is 2.0% or less
Average Concentration of Daily Cases is 2 or less

Use of Face Coverings

Frisco ISD is currently subject to requirements of Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s Executive Order No. GA-29 relating to the use of face coverings during the COVID- 19 disaster. FISD protocols meet or exceed these requirements.

Substantial Or Under the guidance of an executive order 
Staff, visitors, and students in 3rd through 12th grade will wear face coverings while at school, including in classrooms, except when campus protocols specifically permit their removal
Students in Pre-K through 2nd grade will wear face coverings in hallways, common areas, during arrival and dismissal and while waiting for or riding on a school bus
Moderate Or Under the guidance of an executive order 
Staff, visitors, and students in 3rd through 12th grade will wear face coverings while at school, including in classrooms, except when campus protocols specifically permit their removal
Students in Pre-K through 2nd grade will wear face coverings in hallways, common areas, during arrival and dismissal and while waiting for or riding on a school bus
Minimal Or Under the guidance of an executive order 
Staff and visitors will wear face coverings while at school, especially when social distancing is difficult
Students will wear face coverings in hallways, common areas, during arrival and dismissal and while waiting for or riding on a school bus
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