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COVID Testing For RUSD Staff and Families

The Rowland Unified School District is offering free COVID-19 Testing PCR test for our RUSD staff, students and families.
Free COVID-19 testing takes place with our testing partner Covid-Clinic Monday-Friday from 11:30 AM - 6 PM at the Rowland Unified School District Office for Rowland Unified School District staff, students and families. Please note those under 18 must have a parent or guardian present to take the test.
The Rowland Unified School District Office is located at 1830 S. Nogales Street, Rowland Heights, CA 91748.
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. You will not receive an appointment time. You can come anytime between 11:30 AM - 6 PM.
If you need assistance registering, please email [email protected]
or our testing partner at  [email protected].

If a student tests positive for COVID-19, parents are expected to notify the school.

If a student has a sibling or parent in the home who has tested positive or has COVID symptoms, they are NOT to come to school.

If you have further questions for our RUSD COVID Response Team, please email them
directly at:


Article from San Gabriel Valley Tribune 1/11/2022
Details and a full listing of “Pick-Up Testing Kit” locations are available here.
The county Department of Health Services launched the new “Pick-Up Testing Kit” program, aimed at people who cannot get appointments at testing clinics, allowing residents to pick up a PCR test kit, perform the test and drop off the kit for processing. Results would be available within 24-48 hours, officials said.The new at-home testing program will operate out of 13 sites, where the kits will be available without an appointment while daily supplies last. The kits will test for both COVID-19 and Influenza A and B, as do the in-person testing centers around the county.
Officials cautioned that the “Pick-Up Testing Kits” are intended for residents who are experiencing symptoms or believe they have been exposed to someone with COVID-19. They should not be used by people who are testing as a requirement to return to school, work or to attend events.