If your student is absent, please notify the office to account for absences.

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)

  • cough

  • shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

  • fatigue

  • muscle or body aches

  • headache

  • new loss of taste or smell

  • sore throat

  • congestion or runny nose

  • nausea or vomiting

  • diarrhea

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

are gone.

-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

when needed.

-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 -