Covid-19 Information

  • Wylie ISD closely monitors the health and well-being of our students and staff as the health and safety of students and staff is one of the district's top priorities. For the 2021-22 school year, please continue to visit Wylie ISD's COVID-19 page for the latest information and resources.  

    This school year, Wylie ISD will continue to work with students and staff to promote good health and hygiene habits to help reduce the transmission of illness in schools. The district will also continue to clean touched surfaces daily and perform extra sanitizing measures in classrooms and areas where a person who is ill or has tested positive with COVID has been. 

    While our most frequently asked questions can be found below, the following contains important information about positive COVID-19 cases and symptomatic individuals:  

    • If your child receives a positive COVID test, they are required to stay at home until 10 days have passed since symptoms began or from the test date if asymptomatic. Report a positive COVID-19 case here.
    • Parents should keep their children home if they have COVID symptoms, such as a fever greater than 100°F, sore throat, cough, body aches, vomiting or diarrhea. They may return to school after 10 days have passed, their symptoms are improving and they are fever-free or without signs of a fever for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication. Find additional Health Services COVID-19 Clinic Guidelines here.

    Additional COVID-19 Resources:

    Students who are isolated or self-quarantining due to COVID-19 may be eligible for temporary remote conferencing. For more information on this instructional option, please visit our Remote Conferencing page.

    *We will continue to update this webpage as more information becomes available* 

Exposures, Isolations & Quarantines

  • How will quarantines and isolations work for 2021-22? [UPDATED JAN. 11]

  • If I, or someone in my home, is positive for COVID-19, can I send my child to school? [UPDATED JAN. 11]

  • What if my student was a possible close contact and I choose to quarantine them? [UPDATED JAN. 11]

  • If I received an email notification regarding a positive COVID case on campus, what does that mean for my child? [UPDATED AUG. 27]

  • Is Wylie ISD contact tracing? [ADDED AUG. 27]

  • If my child tests positive for COVID-19, can they come to school? [UPDATED JAN. 11]

  • Why are exposed students not required to stay at home? [ADDED AUG. 9]

  • If my student has been exposed to someone outside of school who has tested positive, do I need to report it to Wylie ISD?

Health & Safety Protocols

  • Will Wylie ISD accept a COVID-19 at-home test? [UPDATED DEC. 8]  

  • What cleaning procedures are in place? [UPDATED AUG. 27]

  • What about air filtration and ventilation in classrooms? [UPDATED AUG. 27]

  • Will parents be allowed in schools for events such as lunch, PTA volunteering, mentoring, and assemblies? [UPDATED AUG. 20]

  • How will a school nurse determine if a student needs to go home? Can a parent request their child take a COVID test at school? [ADDED AUG. 9]

  • Will Wylie ISD provide a COVID-19 Case Dashboard for the 2021-22 school year? [ADDED AUG. 9]

  • What social distancing efforts will be in place?

  • How will we identify and respond to outbreaks?

  • Can we still require that staff and students complete a weekly health check?

  • Will we still actively promote hygiene protocols?

  • Can we ask a campus to mask if they have several cases?

  • Will you provide any PPE?


  • Can we opt for our child to be in a classroom with a vaccinated teacher until my child is eligible to be vaccinated?

  • Can we ask that our child’s teacher, if they have chosen not to be vaccinated, to mask?

  • Will Wylie ISD require that I vaccinate my child?

  • Does Wylie ISD have data about how many total employees are vaccinated, not just interested?

  • Can Wylie ISD share how many students and their families are vaccinated?

  • Can you require the COVID vaccine to all just like MMR, DPT, etc.?

Remote Learning & Instruction

  • How will students students in isolation or self-quarantine periods receive instruction? [UPDATED AUG. 27]

  • Will remote learning be offered this school year?


  • Is there any information or findings about the mask optional pilot program?


  • If an employee tests positive for COVID-19, will they be required to use their days? [UPDATED AUG. 27]

  • May a teacher or staff member ask students to wear a mask in their classroom?

  • Will Wylie ISD require that I get vaccinated as an employee?

COVID-19 Updates

  • January 20, 2022 Update

    I pride myself on being an optimistic person and today is no different. Our kids, employees, and the communities we serve, fill my heart with pride. This is especially true during challenging times [more...]

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  • August 31, 2021 Update

    Let us first thank our students, staff, families and community for continuing to work with us while we navigate the ever-changing conditions of COVID-19 [more...]

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  • August 23, 2021 Update

    Earlier this summer, we shared with you that state lawmakers did not pass a bill to fund virtual learning. This led to our district being unable to offer it as a learning option this school year [more...]

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  • August 17, 2021 Update

    We hope you’re enjoying a great start to the new school year! We wanted to take a moment to share a couple important reminders about COVID-19 as well as an update on our plans for short-term, remote instruction during absence [more...]

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  • August 11, 2021 Update

    As we prepare to welcome our students back to campus, we want to share important information about “remote conferencing,” a temporary mode of instruction [more...]

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  • August 9, 2021 Update

    New clothes have been purchased, backpacks are full of fresh supplies, and the new school calendar has been posted on the refrigerator. A new school year is about [more...]

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  • July 29, 2021 Update

    The first day of school will be here soon, and we know the big question on the minds of families and staff is what the 2021-22 school year will look like. While more details [more...]

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