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Face coverings policy

Jesuit High School Sacramento continues to follow CDC, CDPH, and Sacramento County public health guidelines. As of July 30, 2021 masks must be worn when indoors by county mandate.

Jesuit also received an update on face coverings in the school setting from Sacramento County and the California Department of Public Health.

To summarize, the following is in effect:

  • INDOORS, all attending, working, or visiting a school campus must wear a mask when inside.
  • OUTDOORS, masks are optional. Individuals may choose to wear their masks if they wish.

The latest guidance from the CDC and CDPH indicate that, after vaccination, universal masking and ventilation are the most important layers of mitigation to stop the spread of COVID-19 in a school setting. The implementation of universal masking in classrooms has been shown to provide the same or better level of protection as physical distancing.


Drop-in Campus Visitors
Campus Access for Students, Parents, Volunteers, Prospective Families

Our campus is currently limited access for on-campus learning, camps or events. We encourage visitors to meet via Zoom or phone whenever possible. If you are staff, faculty or listed as an approved vendor with our safety office (ex. working on long term construction project) please refer to our Other Visitors to Campus instructions.

All others, please follow the guidelines:

Step 1: Make an appointment

All appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance. Please reach out directly to the person or department you need to meet with to begin this process.

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Step 2: Follow campus protocols and virus mitigation efforts

Once you have a confirmed appointment, your campus host/person you are visiting will log the appointment with the main office. Please follow the campus protocols: 

  • Do not come to campus if you or any household members are symptomatic
  • Wear a mask as required while on campus & follow CDC best practices
  • Check-in at Main Office or Business Office (unless otherwise instructed)
  • Take the verbal visitor health assessment upon arrival to verify you do not have any illness symptoms or possible exposures.  These questions include:
    •  Do you have any of the following:
    •  Fever (100.4o or higher)
    •  Sore throat  New cough
    •  New shortness of breath
    •  New muscle aches
    •  Diarrhea  Headache
    •  Unexplained loss of taste or smell
    • Have you had close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19 or been notified that you may have been exposed?