• Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

  • In order to better inform parents, students, and staff of the current situation of the district and how best to prepare for situations, the district will use three levels so that everyone can plan and prepare for what to expect.  Please note that the district could move quickly to Level 3 with little to no notice depending on the situation.


    The distirct will update its Safe Return To In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan (SRCSP) as needed throughout the year.  Check back for the most current update.


    Current Situational Level:  Level 1 (Green Level)

    Updated May 24, 2021



    The district will consistently review the following in determining the current situational level of the district.

    1. Current community infection rates
    2. Current community vaccination rates
    3. Current student and staff vaccination rates
    4. Guidance from the CDC, DESE, Missouri Department of Health, as well as other appropriate agencies

    Level 1:  (Green Level)

    • School activities will be as normal as possible
    • Social distancing will be used when possible
    • Masks are optional in all situations for students and staff.  The district may require visitors to use masks.
    • Visitors to buildings will be restricted or limited
    • Hand washing/hand sanitizer will be available and frequently encouraged

     Level 2:  (Yellow Level)

    • Classes will either take place in person, not at all, or online if allowed by the state.
    • Restrictions on school activities may be in place
    • Capacity and attendance limits may be established for events or school activities
    • Masks required for students and staff in all buildings for all students (kindergarten-12th grade) and any adults at all school activities on or off campus  (district procedures developed from CDC and health department).
    • No visitors in buildings (includes parents)
    • Hand washing/hand sanitizer will be available and frequently encouraged

    Level 3:  (Red Level) 

    • Classes will not be in session in person.  Online learning will take place if allowed by the state.
    • School buildings will be closed to students.  Staff will still work from school to administer online classes.  If any situation changes in the “Red Level” where it is not safe for staff to work from school, this will be adjusted to allow staff to work remotely.
    • Health screenings will occur prior to entering buildings.  Social distancing will be mandatory.
    • All activities will be canceled or rescheduled
    • Re-entry plan will be determined for safe return to school

Additional Summer 2021 Plan Details

  • Transportation

  • Arrival/Dismissal

  • Breakfast and Lunch

  • Classrooms

  • Visitors

  • Volunteers

  • Cleaning/Hygiene

  • Health Services (Nurse's Office)

  • PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)

  • Travel Guidelines & Restrictions

  • Action Plan if Confirmed Case

  • In an effort to be transparent and also avoid the many rumors that can spread around, the district will be publishing the previous week's COVID-19 cases each Monday. These will be a combined total of students and staff. The total will reflect those that have been confirmed positive through lab results. This number does not mean that each of these cases were in a school building at the time they were positive or contagious, just that they are our student or staff member. Any person who would be considered a direct contact to someone who was positive and would need to quarantine will be notified directly.

  • Did or Will Your Child Receive The Covid-19 Vaccine? Read This!

    If your child received the COVID-19 vaccine away from an on-site school clinic, please fill out the form below so we can make sure and update your child's health records. If your child does not have accurate vaccination records on file, they will have to quarantine in the event of international travel or exposure to COVID. 

    CLICK HERE to fill out the form for the first vaccine. We will follow up with you when your second dose is scheduled to fill out another form and load a copy of the vaccination card.


    Vaccine Locations

    Students ages 12 years of age or older are now eligible for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. As of this writing, the following options are available for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for student ages 12 and above.  Students 18+ can receive the Moderna or J&J vaccines.:

    1. Alps Pharmacy in Nixa.
    2. Walgreens: Click here to schedule
    3. Mercy can be scheduled by clicking HERE.
    4. CoxHealth appointments here or call 417-269-1300.
    5. Vaccinefinder.org and search for Pfizer only
    6. Jordan Valley have walk-in vaccine appointments available at main clinic

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  • Hy-Vee

  • Christian County COVID Clinic

  • John's RX

  • GoHealth Urgent Care

  • Ozark Valley Medical Clinic

  • CVS Health

  • Walgreens

  • Alps Pharmacy

COVID-19 Updates + FAQs

  • Mask Accommodation Forms for Students

  • Can a student wear a face shield instead of a cloth covering?

  • Plan Approval and Public Feedback Dates

  • Appropriate Accommodations For Children With Disabilities

Resources and Helpful Links

  • Internet Access and or Paper - List of Providers

  • Nixa Schools' Mobile App

  • Family Assistance

  • Care To Learn