Covid Dashboard

Vaccination clinic’s for booster shots

We have received information on booster and vaccination clinics are now available in the Colville and Chewelah that are available. Please review the attached the flyer for more information. The link for those wishing to sign up is provided below.

10.25.21 Booster Vaccines

Communication from NETCHD:

Pre-registering is optional, no appointment is required for these clinics.  This information has been posted on our website and Facebook page.

The clinics will have all three vaccines available and can administer:

  • 1st Dose
  • 2nd Dose
  • Third Dose
  • Boosters

10/27 Colville:

10/27 Chewelah:

The chart below identifies positive tests through Colville School District (CSD) or Northeast Tri County Health District (NETCHD).

The following information is provided in the table below:

  • Positive COVID-19 cases within the last 7 days
  • Current number of close contacts that have been quarantined out of an abundance of caution
  • Close contacts are determined using the following NETCHD flow chart:

10.8.21 Schools Decision Trees

For more local information, please access the following resource:

Colville District Schools

Positive Cases from January 17-23, 2022 Quarantine from January 17-23, 2022
PK- Aster 1 2
Hofstetter 1 12
Fort Colville 12 5
Colville Junior High 8 2
Colville High School 36 6
Total 58 27

The Colville School District nurse(s) will communicate with parents. Parents will receive a personal phone call if their child is determined to be a close contact of a person who tested positive.

If you have any general school related COVID questions we highly recommend contacting our lead COVID coordinator Becky Droter, at or call at (509) 685-2111.

Frequently Asked Questions

If my son/daughter is not feeling well, what should I do?

 Keep your child at home, contact your school building for an excused absence and if determined, follow steps 1 or 2 below:

  1. If you have confirmed or suspected COVID-19 (or flu like symptoms), you can stop your home isolation when:
  • You’ve been fever-free for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication
  • Your symptoms have gotten better
  • At least 10 days have gone by since your symptoms first appeared


  1. If you tested positive for COVID-19, but have not had any symptoms, you can stop your home isolation when:
  • At least 10 days have gone by since the date of your first positive COVID-19 test


What’s the difference between isolation and quarantine?


  • Isolation is what you do if you have COVID-19 symptoms, are awaiting test results, or have tested positive. Isolation means you stay home and away from others (including household members) for the recommended period of time to avoid spreading illness.
  • Quarantine is what you do if you have been exposed to COVID-19. Quarantine means you stay home and away from others for the recommended period of time in case you are infected and are contagious. Quarantine becomes isolation if you later test positive for COVID-19 or develop symptoms.


How long is quarantine? Current quarantine recommendations are to stay in quarantine for 14 days after your last contact. This is the safest option. Monitor your symptoms during this time, and if you have any COVID-19 symptoms during the 14 days, get tested.


If this is not possible, stay in quarantine for 10 days after your last contact, without additional testing. If you have any COVID-19 symptoms during the 10 days, stay in quarantine the full 14 days and get tested. Keep watching for symptoms until day 14.


Under special circumstances it may be possible to end quarantine after 7 full days beginning after your last contact if you have been without symptoms and after receiving a negative result from a test (get tested no sooner than 48 hours before ending quarantine.) This will depend on availability of testing resources. Keep watching for symptoms until day 14.  This is the method that Colville School District is using. Remember that “last contact” begins AFTER isolation ends for a household contact.

COVID-19 Tests Info

Nasal Swab FAQ