COVID-19 TESTING AND VACCINATION OPTIONS AND COVID TESTING RESOURCES
UPCOMING BUSD TESTING OPPORTUNITIES
Please find below the information about future COVID Testing Clinics for BUSD Students and Staff. These clinics are walk-ins, no appointment needed. One test per week is offered to each individual.
BUSD recommends testing before any large gatherings such as promotions or graduations.
- OPEN CLINIC for any BUSD student from 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm @ John Burroughs High School (Auditorium Foyer)
- OPEN CLINIC for any BUSD student from 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm @ Jefferson Elementary School (near front entrance)
Wednesday 5/25/22 - LAST BUSD TESTING CLINIC
- OPEN CLINIC for any BUSD student from 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm @ Dolores Huerta Middle School (Auditorium Foyer)
Monterey: any open clinic after school
Burbank Adult School: any open clinic after school
ILA: any open clinic after school
CDS: any open clinic after school
FACTS: any open clinic after school
SEED: any open clinic after school
Horace Mann Preschool: any open clinic after school
If a student has taken a COVID test at school anytime during this school year, they are already in Vital Health’s registered data base and do not need to reregister again. If a student has not tested/registered yet, they must do so prior to testing. Employees have received home test kits and are testing every Sunday over the next several weeks. COVID testing clinics are open to employees as well and they must also have preregistered.
Here is the registration link: REGISTRATION
All COVID testing is rapid/antigen unless otherwise specified.
We want to provide COVID testing clinics that are efficient and accommodating to as many as possible. As we begin this new schedule, we look forward to constructive feedback from our school sites to continually improve. Please be patient as we all work to achieve the goal of keeping our children, staff, and schools a safe place to be.
If you test positive at our BUSD clinic, you will need to isolate and stay home. During your isolation, you should stay away from others and monitor symptoms for 10 days. If the symptoms become more severe, please contact your health provider. For Home Isolation Instructions, visit: http://www.publichealth.lacounty.gov/acd/ncorona2019/covidisolation/.
If negative, and you have no symptoms and are fever free, you may return to work or school. Please continue to monitor symptoms and reach out to your health provider if you need assistance.
If you are symptom free, free of fever for 24 hours and get a negative test (rapid or home test is accepted) on Day 5, then you can return to school or work. Before returning to school or work, please submit your negative test results here: https://forms.gle/piqzEYiH7LRc9gZT7
Additional COVID Testing Resources can be found here: Additional COVID Testing Resources
Individuals who need assistance finding a medical provider, can call the Los Angeles County Information line 2-1-1, which is available 24/7.
Ensuring your safety and the safety of our schools is of the greatest importance to us. For additional questions about Coronavirus in Los Angeles County, please visit the LA County Department of Public Health coronavirus webpage at http://www.publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/.
PLEASE USE THE FOLLOWING LINKS FOR INFORMATION ON SCHEDULING A VACCINATION APPOINTMENT: