In-Person Safety Procedures

Please be diligent in screening students and staff, daily to assess whether these symptoms are present.  If symptoms are present and are new or represent a change in usual symptoms for the individual, students and staff should stay home, contact the school, and consult with their health care provider.

  • Feeling feverish, having chills, or temperature of 100.4ºF or higher
  • New or unexplained persistent cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle aches
  • Headache
  • Sore throat
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Runny nose or congestion
  • Face coverings are recommended indoors for all students, staff, and visitors.  They are not required at this time.
  • Masks are available upon request.


Frequent handwashing will be conducted throughout each day. Multiple handwashing stations to provide greater access to handwashing have been placed around the school.

Class cohorts will remain separate from other classes indoors throughout each day.

Enhanced cleaning will occur throughout the day and at night.  High-touch surfaces, classroom surfaces, bathrooms, and hallways will all receive increased cleaning.

  • Visitors and parents will be limited in school buildings unless for authorized educational purposes and will be encouraged to wear a facial covering or mask inside the building.
  • Families, visitors, and volunteers are asked to make appointments to meet with school staff.
  • Any visitors feeling sick are asked to not enter the building.

Updated COVID Guidelines

Please find the most up-to-date information on how we deal with cases and outbreaks at this Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment site

Isolations, Quarantines, Outbreaks, Contact Tracing

Mountain Song will continue to follow isolation, quarantine, and outbreak requirements, per CDPHE and EPCPH.   Please report positive or suspected cases, and exposures to cases, to the front office.


  • 10 days have passed from the symptom onset date, or date of positive test if asymptomatic or symptom onset date is unknown,
  • AND fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medicine,
  • AND improvement in symptoms.


Return to School Updates

Monitoring El Paso County Health Status

At Mountain Song, we are actively monitoring the status of El Paso County Public Health in relation to community spread of COVID-19.  We do this in two ways. 

To see the raw data, we monitor the El Paso County Public Health data dashboard that is continuously updated. 

Public Health Guidance for Schools

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