graphic of 2-week freeze explanation

Our goal in posting this information is to create awareness for our community. The State of Oregon is in a “2-week freeze” as an effort to reduce the spread and case rates of COVID-19.  Part of the “freeze” includes a Travel Advisory for any non-essential, out-of-state travel.  The Travel Advisory calls for individuals to self-quarantine for two weeks upon return to the state.  If you have students who are participating in Limited In-Person instruction in grades Pre-K through 2nd grade, we hope that you will practice self-quarantine if you have travelled out of Oregon during the “2-week freeze”.  This would mean that you would not send your child to school for 14 days from the day you return to Oregon. To read more about what is considered non-essential travel, visit the State of Oregon Newsroom here: