WeCare COVID-19 Testing

Girl getting her cheek swabbed for COVID-19 testing

To participate in WeCare COVID-19 testing

Return a completed consent form for each person to their school in order to participate.

For the health and safety of our schools and community, we ask that all students and staff participate in our WeCare COVID-19 weekly testing program.

  • Voluntary for students and staff

  • No cost to you or Warren County Schools

  • PCR testing done at school every week

  • Children shown how to test themselves

  • No nose swab! Children touch the inside of their mouth with a long, skinny cotton swab

  • Results within 24-48 hours

COVID testing so easy, a child can do it!

Why your child should get tested

The weekly WeCare testing will help identify students and staff who have COVID-19, but don’t know it because they don’t have any symptoms. You can still get the virus, even if you're vaccinated, so we encourage everyone to participate in the weekly testing. Anyone who tests positive will be required to stay home so they don't spread the virus at school. Participating in the weekly testing will also allow you to better protect your family and friends, by knowing if your child has COVID-19. 

We need your help to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our schools. Participating in the weekly WeCare COVID-19 Testing helps us limit the spread of the virus to keep our students and staff healthy so they can continue coming to school to teach and learn.

No cost to you

The WeCare weekly, voluntary testing is free to you. For your child to be tested, complete and return the consent form. Please provide your child’s insurance information, so One Love Services can bill your insurance directly.

As of March 22, 2022, the federal government will no longer cover the cost for anyone who does not have insurance or does not provide their insurance information. As a result, our vendor will only test people who provide their insurance information for billing.

The WeCare testing service is provided at no cost to Warren County Schools.