Communicable Disease & Excludable Illness
For information on the District's response to COVD-19, please visit the district main page.

Oregon Department of Education (ODE) has  guidelines that capture the state rules pertaining to communicable disease in the school setting. These guidelines are a tool to assist in communicable disease control.  While it is important to control the  spread of severe disease in the school setting, it is important to also understand minor childhood illnesses and  support the optimal attendance.

As it relates to COVID-19 isolation and quarantine specifically, please see the most up to date guidance below:
Isolation & Quarantine
The following plans outline specific measures for Communicable Disease Prevention in the school setting.

The Communicable Disease Management Plan is the primary document for the prevention and control of contagious diseases in the school setting.

The Exposure Control Plan is a partner document to the Communicable Disease Management Plan that outlines workplace and engineering controls as well as other prevention and response measures for the school as a workplace. 

The Pandemic Plan is a contingency plan for nonpharmaceutical interventions in the school setting as it relates to pandemic planning.

The COVID-19 Prevention Measure & Procedures for the 2021-2022 School Year outlines the district measures and procedures required under state order for the current pandemic. 


Molalla River School District Board Policy
Oregon Administrative Rules
Oregon Revised Statues