Working Together to Stay Healthy
Our objective is to maintain a safe, healthy and productive community and in-school learning environment throughout the school year. Click here for JCSD1’s Sept. 26, 2022 Update.
Johnson County COVID-19 task force members are working together for the good of the community while making independent decisions based on each entities’ unique circumstances. All decisions are based on continuously evolving local health status and recommendations from Dr. Schueler, who is focused on serious illness and mortality caused by COVID-19.
– Johnson County, Wyoming Covid 19 Task Force: Johnson County School District #1, Johnson County Public Health, Sheridan College Johnson County Campus, and Johnson County Healthcare Center
As of Sept. 26, 2022:
Johnson County, Wyoming COVID-19 Data
To access the most up-to-date county COVID-19 data, visit the CDC by clicking here.
Please continue to get vaccinated, stay healthy and ensure proper hand washing. All of these efforts will help ensure our health care facilities are able to meet the needs of our community.
Johnson County School District #1
Active COVID Cases (students and staff)
Johnson County COVID Recommendations
We support and encourage COVID-19 vaccinations.
The Wyoming Department of Health recommends face masks indoors when social distancing isn’t possible. While they are not currently required, masks are Highly Recommended in our schools.
Clean your hands often, with soap and water or hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
Stay home when you’re sick, and seek medical attention when you need it
Before Work or School
Stay home if you experience any of the following:
Fever (100.4 degrees) or chills
Muscle or body aches
Loss of taste and/or smell
Shortness of breath
Nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhea
CDC COVID-19 National Data Tracker
Learn more about Wyoming, USA, and global COVID data.