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ON-SITE COVID TESTING: Details plus Consent Forms

Beginning October 4th, 2021, Brunswick County Schools will be offering on-site free COVID-19 testing to help provide convenient accessibility should a student or staff member need to be tested.   
The program is in conjunction with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and is optional for all students and staff of BCS.
 
Here's How it Works
A parent or guardian must register any minor under 18 years old. You’ll give a one-time consent and HIPAA authorization to share testing results with all necessary parties. All testing information is confidential and results are expected to be available in hours.
The test, provided by Raleigh-based MAKO medical, is an anterior nares nasal swab that will be administered by BCS school nurses who are trained to provide the service.
 
 
Watch Video of School Testing
 
Consent Forms
 
Parents/Guardians, if you are interested, please complete the online consent form below that corresponds with your child's school. 
If you have multiple children, you will need to complete a form for each student.
*It is recommended that you complete the consent form as soon as possible so that it is on file should someone need to be tested.

Staff, please complete the online consent form that corresponds with your location.  Central Services, please complete the online consent form at the location where you wish to take the test.
 
 
BELVILLE ELEMENTARY
BOLIVIA ELEMENTARY

CEDAR GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL

EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL 

  JESSIE MAE MONROE ELEMENTARY

 LELAND MIDDLE

 LINCOLN ELEMENTARY

 NORTH BRUNSWICK HIGH 

SHALLOTTE MIDDLE

SOUTH BRUNSWICK HIGH 

SOUTH BRUNSWICK MIDDLE 

 SOUTHPORT ELEMENTARY 

SUPPLY ELEMENTARY 

COAST 

TOWN CREEK ELEMENTARY 

TOWN CREEK MIDDLE 

UNION ELEMENTARY 

VIRGINIA WILLIAMSON ELEMENTARY 

WACCAMAW SCHOOL 

WEST BRUNSWICK HIGH 

  

We certainly hope that no one needs to be tested but in case they do, this program offers a free option that can speed up the return to the classroom when a student or staff member needs to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test.

 

Want to read the Quarantine Protocols we follow from the Strong Schools NC Public Health Toolkit?