Families of MCSD students can opt-in to weekly COVID-19 screening

Beginning the week of January 24, weekly COVID-19 screening is available for all Monticello Central School District students, regardless of vaccination status. Students whose parents/guardians have opted in will be tested weekly during school hours by district health professionals.

Families who wish to have their child(ren) tested must fill out this online permission slip and provide their email address. Please submit one form for each child that you are opting in. Students who are 18 years of age or older may opt themselves in to to testing. 

Because this is a permission slip for families who DO want their children tested, families who do NOT want their children tested, should NOT fill out the permission slip online. If you do not want your child to be tested, no action is necessary.

After submitting the permission slip, you will receive an email from the district with instructions and a link to create an account with medical portal Concentric by Ginkgo. Students can not be tested until a parent/guardian creates this account. Once the account is created, students will begin to be tested once per week. Elementary school-aged children will be tested during school hours. Students in Robert J. Kaiser Middle School, St. John Street Sixth-Grade Academy, and Monticello High School will receive a pass to visit the COVID-19 testing office during their lunch period.

If you have any questions, please contact COVID Testing Clerk Magali Jimenez at MJimenez@k12mcsd.net