COVID-19 Testing Information & Resources

New COVID Testing Resource for Students and Employees
Posted on 12/01/2021
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New COVID Testing Resource for Students and Employees

In an effort to improve the access of SARS-CoV-2 testing for students and staff, the Boise School District is collaborating with community partners to offer SARS-CoV-2 testing with the goal of reducing COVID-19 transmission in schools and returning students and staff as soon as possible after illness and quarantine, through the utilization of funds through the subgrant available through the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.     

Beginning December 1, 2021 Boise School District will offer an additional testing resource for students and staff to access rapid antigen testing and PCR testing.  Keele Medical will be located in the Grace Jordan Community Center, 6411 W. Fairfield Ave., Boise, 83709 and will offer testing, free of charge, to any Boise School District student or employee. The testing hours will be M - F, 8 am - 4:30 pm, closed daily during the following times: 8:30 - 9 am & 2:30 - 3:30 pm  No appointment is required.  Walk-ins are welcome.  Participants must register online prior to being tested the first time. 


Following is the link and QR code for participants to register. Also, attached is a flier with registration instructions.

Why Choose a PCR or Rapid Antigen Test?

PCR tests are needed for those individuals who have been exposed and wish to get out of quarantine early. Rapid antigen tests or PCR tests can be used if students and staff  have been ill and wish to return to school. 


Additional Resources

  • Boise State University will continue to provide Rapid antigen and PCR testing for Boise School District students and staff with no proof of insurance needed. Parents and other non-school age children would need to provide proof of insurance.  
  • Boise School District will also have access to the VAULT PCR tests that individuals can use in the privacy of their own homes. For further information, contact your school and/or school nurse.