COVID-19 update on isolation and quarantine period


As COVID-19 continues to be a challenge for our students and staff, there are a number of questions around the isolation and quarantine period.

Dallas ISD will adhere to the five-day isolation period for anyone who tests positive. If you are considered a close contact of someone who tests positive and are unvaccinated, you must also quarantine for the five-day period. Those who are fully vaccinated and exposed to someone who is COVID positive are not required to quarantine if they are not showing symptoms. However, they must wear a mask at all times while on district property. Fully vaccinated is considered having received two doses of Moderna or Pfizer and one dose of Johnson & Johnson.

We highly recommend vaccines for everyone who is eligible, and encourage staff and students to update their vaccine status by getting the booster to provide added levels of protection. We are continuing to monitor the data to determine if adjustments to protocols need to be made. As always, the well-being of students and staff remains our top priority, and we appreciate everyone’s help to keep us all safe.

Below are free vaccination clinics:



Location on Campus

Contact Phone

First Dose Clinic Date/Time

Second Dose Clinic Date/Time

Guzick, Frank Elementary 5000 Berridge Lane
Dallas, Texas 75227
Gymnasium 972-502-3900 1/8/2022
9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Cowart, Leila P. Elementary School 1515 S. Ravinia Drive
Dallas, Texas 75211
Auditorium (972) 794-5500 2/5/2022
10:00 AM – 1:00PM
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Free testing sites are also available:

  • Ellis Davis Field House, 9191 S. Polk St., offers free COVID tests. Appointments are preferred at Ellis Davis, but walk-ups are also accepted. Make an appointment for Ellis Davis at
  • Samuell Grand Aquatics Center, 3201 Samuell Boulevard, will offer free COVID tests. Appointments are required for this location. Make an appointment
  • District students and campus staff can also test at their school.
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