COVID-19 Information

This page is designed as a central place to share information about COVID-19 testing, current cases, procedures, protocols and frequently asked questions.

⬜ My student has tested positive for COVID-19 or is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. Who should I contact?

Don't send your student, or any other students in your household, to school. If it is a school day, call the attendance office at your student's school to inform them of your student's absence. Please also call 425-413-3280 or email for accurate information and next steps (quarantine dates, recommended testing etc.) for your student and family.

Where can I get a COVID-19 test for my student, child or myself?

Drive-up COVID-19 testing is available by appointment only (no walk-ins) for all Tahoma students, families and staff across the street from Central Services and Rock Creek Elementary at the Legacy Site (Maple Valley Farmers Market grounds). The address of the test site is 25719 Maple Valley Black Diamond Rd. S.E., Maple Valley, WA 98038.

To sign up for a COVID-19 test at Tahoma's test site, click here. When registering, please use the email address that is listed for you as a parent/guardian in your student's Skyward file (staff members should use their Tahoma email address). Note, some families have had difficulties registering for COVID-19 testing on campus. If you are having trouble registering for a test, click here for help.

To find another free test in King County, click here.

 How will my student's learning be affected if they are ill or need to quarantine?

We always want to support our students, families and staff during times of illness. With COVID-19, we anticipate supporting students for time out of class because of illness, asymptomatic positive cases and quarantines due to exposure. This document provides our shared goals and expectations for staff and students if a student is out of school for any of those reasons. Click here to view.

Grades K-5: If elementary students are only going to be out for a day or two, teachers will be able to get them caught up fairly easily once they return. In this case, parents do not need to arrange to pick up materials from school. Teachers may request that families pick up materials from school for absences that last more than a few days. Click here for a checklist designed to support your student’s learning while they are out of school.

Grades 6-12: In general, students have two days for every day they are absent to make up work. However, when possible, we want students who are healthy and able to keep up with schoolwork throughout their quarantine so they are able to step right back into your classes with minimal disruption. Click here for a checklist designed to support your student’s learning while they are out of school.

⬜ My student is fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Does their school need that information?

If your student is fully vaccinated, they may not be required to quarantine if they are exposed to someone who tests positive for COVID-19. To support our nurses, and to limit the time that students are out of the classroom, we are asking families to please send a copy (photos are accepted) of their student’s COVID-19 vaccination record to their school nurse at the email address below.

To reach the nurses at our buildings, please use these addresses, as they often work as a team and fill in for one another:

Cedar River Elementary:

Glacier Park Elementary:

Lake Wilderness Elementary:

Rock Creek Elementary:

Shadow Lake Elementary:

Tahoma Elementary:

Maple View Middle School:

Summit Trail Middle School:

Tahoma High School:

⬜ Is Tahoma School District adhering to the Washington State Dept. of Health and Public Health - Seattle & King Co. COVID-19 requirements for K-12 schools?

Yes. Washington state K-12 schools must follow the requirements presented by the state Dept. of Health and their local health jurisdiction (PHSKC). To view the Dept. of Health requirements, CLICK HERE.

⬜ Where can I see how many positive COVID-19 cases are reported in the district?

To view Tahoma's COVID-19 dashboard, click here.

Other questions?

Families are encouraged to reference the Return-to-School Guidebook or DOH’s K-12 Schools Requirements for the most accurate, up-to-date information. If you have additional questions, please view these COVID-specific FAQs. You may also call us at 425-413-3280 or email us at

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