Updated school guidance from Washington State Department of Health:
“A student, child, or staff who tests positive for COVID-19 is required to isolate at home, regardless of vaccination status. The isolation period is 10 full days from the start of symptoms or the date of positive test.
The individual may return to school/care after 5 full days of isolation if:
• Their symptoms have improved or they are asymptomatic, AND
• They are without a fever for the past 24 hours without use of fever-reducing medications.
AND IF returning to school/care days 6-10, the individual is required to:
• Wear a well-fitted mask or face shield with a drape during days 6-10 of their isolation period, consistent with CDC guidance, OR
• Test negative with an antigen or at-home test any day after day 5 before returning without a mask. Testing beyond day 10 is not necessary.
If the individual is not able to wear a well-fitted mask or face shield with a drape, AND does not test negative, they are required to continue isolating through the end of their isolation period”.
Complete info at doh.wa.gov/masks