Staying Healthy

  • Since the beginning of the pandemic, Glendale Unified has implemented multiple layers of mitigation on our campuses to protect students and employees while continuing to create a welcoming environment and foster a positive culture of learning for all students. The District’s health and safety measures are continuously updated based on guidelines from the California and Los Angeles County Public Health Departments.

    Vaccination

    Glendale Unified strongly encourages vaccination for all students. Vaccination is required for all Glendale Unified employees and volunteers.

    Daily Health Checks

    As of June 20, 2022, Glendale Unified has paused daily Ruvna notifications for students and employees and pivoted to a self-attestation model. All students and employees are asked to conduct a daily health check and stay home if you are feeling sick.

    Masks

    Masks are strongly recommended for all students, employees, and visitors.

    COVID-19 Testing

    Beginning June 20, 2022, Glendale Unified will offer on-site COVID-19 rapid testing at four locations. Additionally, home test kits will be available at school sites providing summer school and enrichment programming.

    Quarantine and Isolation

    Glendale Unified follows all quarantine and isolation guidelines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.