COVID Information

  • The health and well-being of our students and staff is one of Wylie ISD's top priorities.  For the 2022-23 school year, we will continue to work with students and staff to promote good health and hygiene habits to help reduce the transmission of illness in schools. The district will also continue to clean touched surfaces daily and perform extra sanitizing measures in classrooms and areas where a person who is ill or has tested positive for COVID has been. Please continue to visit Wylie ISD's COVID-19 page for the latest information and resources. 

    Wylie ISD Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan

    While our most frequently asked questions can be found below, the following contains important information about positive COVID-19 cases and symptomatic individuals:  

    • If your child receives a positive COVID test, they are required to stay at home until 5 days have passed since symptoms began and improvement in symptoms (fever-free or without signs of a fever, diarrhea or vomiting for 24 hours without the use of medications) or from the test date if asymptomatic. 
    • Parents must keep their children home if they have COVID symptoms, such as a fever greater than 100°F, sore throat, cough, body aches, vomiting or diarrhea. They may return to school after 5 days have passed, a negative COVID test or note/alternative diagnoses from a medical professional and their symptoms are improving. They must be fever-free or without signs of a fever, diarrhea or vomiting for 24 hours without the use of medications.

    • To report any staff or student COVID-19 case, please contact your campus nurse. Campus Nurse contact information.

    *We will continue to update this webpage as more information becomes available* 

    COVID-19 Testing Update-September 15, 2022

    Wylie ISD Back to School COVID-19 Information- August 16, 2022

    TEA Public Health Guidance-August 1, 2022

    Wylie ISD COVID-19 Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan

COVID-19 Response Plan FAQ

Safety and Response

  • If a student tests positive for COVID-19, can they come to school?

  • How will quarantines and isolations work for 2022-2023?

  • If my student is sent to the nurse, can I request they administer a COVID test to my student?

  • Will Wylie ISD accept a COVID-19 at-home test?

  • If I, or someone in my home is positive for COVID-19, can I send my child to school?

  • Why are exposed students not required to stay at home?

  • Do staff and students need to complete daily self screening?

  • Will we still actively promote hygiene protocols?

  • How will we identify and respond to outbreaks?

  • Can we ask a campus to mask if they have several cases?

  • What cleaning procedures will be in place?

  • Can you explain what safety measures will remain for this school year?

  • Will you provide any PPE?

  • If my child has been exposed to someone outside of school who is positive, do I need to report that?

  • Will parents be allowed in schools for events such as lunch, volunteering, and assemblies?


  • Can we opt for our child to be in a class with a vaccinated teacher?

  • Can we ask that our child's teacher, if they have chosen not to be vaccinated, to mask?

  • Will Wylie ISD require that I vaccinate my child?

  • Does Wylie ISD have data about how many total employees are vaccinated?

  • Can Wylie ISD share how many student and their families are vaccinated?

  • Can you require the COVID vaccine to all just like MMR, DPT, etc.?

Remote Learning & Instruction

  • Will remote learning be offered this school year?

  • For students who have to isolate (Positive case or symptomatic), how will they receive instruction?


  • May a teacher or staff member ask students to wear a mask in their classroom?

  • Will Wylie ISD require that I get vaccinated as an employee?

  • If an employee tests positive for COVID-19, will they be required to use their days?