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Skyllar Estill

Dear Parents and Guardians,

With the increase in COVID-19 cases across the community we have seen a high demand for students needing to get COVID-19 tested. If your child needs to be COVID-19 tested the school district has two options for you.  

 

Dear Parents and Guardians,

With the increase in COVID-19 cases across the community we have seen a high demand for students needing to get COVID-19 tested. If your child needs to be COVID-19 tested the school district has two options for you.  

The first option is to call your school and ask for a COVID-19 testing appointment. Schools will be scheduling testing appointments or accepting walk-ins for 30 minutes prior to the start of school until 11:30am each day. School nurses and personnel will doing the testing and it is free to families.

If you cannot arrange an appointment at the school for a COVID-19 test you can come to the Longview Schools temporary testing clinic located in the district office at 2715 Lilac Street between the hours of 2pm and 4pm on school days to get a free COVID-19 test. Whether your child is tested at school or the district office you will need to fill out a testing consent form. The forms are available at the testing locations and on the district web site if you click here.   

As always, we will accept results from another testing center should you prefer to obtain your testing elsewhere.

If you have additional questions related to testing, please call your school.

Respectfully,

Longview Public Schools