Data and Current Situation

Current campus COVID data (since January 1, 2022)

Thank you MEHS Family for all your partnership in making school a  success despite a pandemic!
At MEHS we seek to find a  "good balance" between needed mitigations and maintaining the education and activities that keep our students learning and healthy.

The MEHS COVID Response Team communicates frequently with our MEHS Health Clinic and Public Health as we work through the changing environment, we will make adjustments to our plan.

Provide us input through THIS FORM

Mt. Edgecumbe High School COVID Mitigation Plan

Plans are updated throughout the year and will include a date of last update.

MEHS Smart Restart Table Summary

Full MEHS Smart Start Plan-

 Smart Start Plans for the Year

Provide feedback on the MEHS Covid Plan through THIS FORM


Covid funds are used to advance our goal to provide inperson learning that is uncompromising on: 
1. Learning
2. Relationship
3. Safety

Click Here for a summary of our funding plan.
For more information, access the state system for COVID funds.
Directions for Accessing COVID fund plans

MEHS Alert Levels:
MEHS will adjust mitigation practices based on the community risk levels with these additions:
MEHS Campus High- MEHS will use a variety of campus factors to determine if high risk is necessary.  These include vaccination rates, hospital and clinic capacity, and spread
MEHS will operate in Special Campus Risk Level when there has been recent mass travel and/or need for contract tracing time

Sitka Alert Levels:
Sitka generally uses less than .5/cases per day average= low, .5-1.0/day moderate, >1.0/day = high
Other relevant information is also considered. See City of Sitka Covid Information for official City Level.