Erie County launches Test-to-Stay program with schools

Erie County

ERIE COUNTY, N.Y. (WIVB) — The Erie County Department of Health is launching the Test-to-Stay program with 17 school districts and 11 private schools.

The program allows students to stay in school after they’ve been exposed to COVID-19 as they long test negative and remain free of any symptoms.

The department hopes many local schools will begin the program by the end of the week.

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Here’s a look at the schools and school districts currently participating:

  • Akron Central School District
  • Alden Central School District
  • Amherst Central School District
  • Clarence Central School District
  • Cleveland Hill UFSD
  • Eden Central School District
  • Erie 1 BOCES
  • Frontier Central School District
  • Grand Island Central School District
  • Iroquois Central School District
  • Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda UFSD
  • Lackawanna City School District
  • Lancaster Central School District
  • Sweet Home Central School District
  • Tonawanda City Schools
  • Williamsville Central School District
  • West Seneca Central School District

Private Schools

  • Bishop Timon – St. Jude High School
  • Buffalo Seminary
  • Canisius High School
  • Christian Central Academy
  • Mount Mercy Academy
  • Nardin Academy
  • The Park School of Buffalo
  • St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute
  • Sacred Heart Academy
  • South Buffalo Charter School
  • Tapestry Charter School

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