Waukesha County

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Waukesha County, in partnership with area school districts, have created this toolkit to help the community effort preparing for the school year during the COVID-19 pandemic. This toolkit provides messages, printable documents, and graphics to:

  • Ensure current, correct messaging from a trusted source.
  • Share resources.

All graphics and suggested messages are available for use on social media profiles and web pages.
Within this toolkit you will find updated information and suggested messages from our COVID-19 response. All social media content may be used by anyone for information sharing purposes. Please remember to use the #SAFEOPENWAUKESHA hashtag when tweeting out any Stay Safe to Stay Open content.


To copy sample text: Press and hold the left mouse button and then drag the mouse from the top left to the bottom right of the entire selection of text you want to copy. To copy the highlighted text, on your keyboard, press the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+C or right-click the highlighted text and click Copy.
To download images: Scroll through available options by using the arrow to the left and right of the image.  Click on an image and it will open in a new browser tab. Right-click on the image and select Save As.






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We're proud to announce our partnership with Waukesha County to “Stay Safe to Stay Open.” We know that keeping our students and safe is key to keeping schools open this coming school year! #SafeOpenWaukesha 


We are committed to keeping classrooms safe. #SafeOpenWaukesha


The safety of our staff and students is important to us, we’re maintaining health & wellness by participating in Waukesha County’s “Stay Safe to Stay Open.” Visit www.waukeshacounty.gov/SafeSchools to learn more! #SafeOpenWaukesha

The upcoming school year won’t happen without your help. Social distance, wear a face covering and stay home when you’re sick. Visit www.waukeshacounty.gov/SafeSchools to see more helpful tips.