Visitors to HPISD
To minimize and maintain social distancing, Highland Park ISD will limit visitors on campus at this time to only essential functions, such as cafeteria service. Virtual meetings will take place when possible.
Before visitors are allowed in the building, campuses will conduct a visitor screening to determine if the visitors, including parents, have COVID-19 symptoms. Additionally, schools must screen to determine if visitors, including parents, have had close contact with an individual who is lab confirmed with COVID-19.
If a visitor indicates they were in close contact with an individual lab-confirmed with COVID-19, then they must remain off campus until the 14-day incubation period has passed. If a visitor is demonstrating symptoms or confirmed positive with COVID-19, then they are not permitted to return to the HPISD facility until the re-entry criteria is met. Screening information will not collect information regarding specific symptoms.
All individuals, including visitors, entering the HPISD facility will be required to have a temperature screening upon entry. Additionally, all visitors will be required to wear face coverings, maintain social distancing guidelines, and follow all campus safety protocols including limiting visits to only approved designated areas.
Each campus has an individual visitor screening survey that is unique to the campus. If someone visits more than one campus on a specific day, the visitor will need to complete the visitor screening at each campus visited.
It is important to have this information to ensure that any visitor is contacted in the event they came into contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. The visitor screening survey must be completed the day of the campus visit, and may not be completed a previous day, or for multiple days at a time.
Campus Specific Visitor Links