From the Nursing Clinic:
Please keep your child home if he/she exhibits any of the following symptoms:
fever or chills (100.4 or higher)
shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
muscle or body aches
new loss of taste or smell
congestion or runny nose
nausea or vomiting
General Health Guidelines for 2022-2023 School Year:
-If you are sick, stay home.
-If you do test positive, isolate 5 days from the start of symptoms; upon your return, wear a mask* for 5 days when indoors or on a bus.
-If minimal symptoms develop during the school day or a parent sends a student to school with minimal symptoms
(but student feels well), school nurses will have the student wear a mask* when indoors or on a bus until symptoms
-We will no longer be tracking return dates for positive cases or exposures.
-We encourage you to check in with your doctor for guidance; we can also answer questions or provide clarification
-Childhood immunizations remain mandated and vaccinations for COVID and flu are encouraged.
-Close contacts will no longer be required to quarantine due to exposure to COVID; if exposed to a positive covid
case, you should mask* for 10 days when indoors or on a bus; if you develop symptoms stay home and get tested.
-Parents will still need to account for all their students’ absences.
-Masking is optional unless otherwise stated *.
-These guidelines are subject to change based upon CDC recommendations.
County-specific CDC guidelines are updated weekly, and can be found at - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/yourhealth/covid-by-county.html