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NPSB COVID-19 Weekly Data

August 26, 2021

In an effort to be transparent and provide the community with the most accurate and up to date information regarding the pandemic, the Natchitoches Parish School Board will be releasing weekly, district and school wide Covid-19 data. The data will contain the number of Covid-19 positive cases and quarantines of both staff and students.

Data will be released on this page every Friday at 5:00 pm.

Data for January 7, 2022 Through January 13, 2022

Data for January 3, 2022 Through January 6, 2022

Data for December 10, 2021 Through December 16, 2021

Data for December 3, 2021 Through December 9, 2021

Data for November 26, 2021 Through December 2, 2021

Data for November 19, 2021 Through November 25, 2021

Data for November 12,2021 Through November 18, 2021

Data for November 5,2021 Through November 11, 2021

Data For October 29, 2021 Through November 4, 2021

Data For October 22, 2021 Through October 28, 2021

Data For October 15, 2021 Through October 21, 2021

Data For October 8, 2021 Through October 14, 2021

Data For October 1, 2021 Through October 7, 2021

Data For September 24, 2021 Through September 30, 2021

Data For September 17, 2021 Through September 23, 2021

Data For September 10, 2021 Through September 16, 2021

Data For September 3, 2021 Through September 9, 2021

Data For August 27, 2021 Through September 2, 2021

Data For August 23, 2021 Through August 26, 2021

Data For August 11, 2021 Through August 20, 2021

Covid Data
September 30, 2021

NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA – On Wednesday, September 29, 2021, the Louisiana Department of Education (LDOE) released an update to the state’s Covid-19 quarantine protocols. LDOE announced the creation of a new parent choice option for school systems to include in their quarantine determination process.

If implemented by school systems, mandatory quarantines for students defined as a “close contact” will no longer be required. Parents will be given the option to quarantine their child or allow them to remain in school.

The Natchitoches Parish School Board has adhered to guidance from state officials since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. NPSB is currently gathering more information on these protocol changes and will take them under review. Until school districts across the state receive more clarity on this announcement, all Natchitoches Parish Schools’ quarantine protocols will remain the same. 

“Our Covid policies have and will continue to reflect the best practices provided to us by our myriad of professional partners,” said NPSB Superintendent Dr. Grant Eloi. “We will continue to gather information, including guidance from LDOE and make informed decisions that continue to put student learning and safety as our highest priority and responsibility.”

For updates surrounding Covid-19 in Natchitoches Parish Schools, please visit www.npsb.la and follow NPSB on social media.

August 9, 2021

On August 2, 2021, Governor John Bel Edwards announced the temporary reinstatement of the mask mandate in the State of Louisiana. For more information and to watch Governor Edwards’ press conference, please visit https://gov.louisiana.gov/.

All Natchitoches Parish Schools will be following the mask mandate for the 2021-2022 school year. All students ages 5 and above, as well as all staff and faculty, will be required to wear a mask while on school property and in NPSB offices. All visitors will be required to wear a mask and submit to a temperature screening upon arrival. To view the full Covid-19 Guidelines for the 2021-2022 school year, please visit below:

NPSB Covid-19 Guidelines

We would also like to announce that Covid-19 vaccinations are now available in Natchitoches Parish!

If you are able to receive a Covid-19 vaccine, the Natchitoches Regional Medical Center has created an online registration system for you to schedule an appointment!

To book a Covid-19 vaccination appointment with the Natchitoches Parish Medical Center, CLICK HERE.

 

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