- Please make sure that your child wears a mask to school. It is a good idea to have a few extras in their backpacks.
- Water Bottles are encouraged throughout the school day. Please make sure your child's name is on it.
- Medication at school – if your child has a prescription medication that needs to be given during the school day, a medication form must be submitted by the parent and signed by the doctor. All medications must be brought to school in a pharmacy labeled container stating the students name, dose, and time to be given.
• Too sick for school guidelines – your child should not come to school if:
★ They have a fever of 100 or greater (students should not return to school until they are fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication like Tylenol or Motrin)
★ Have nausea/vomiting or diarrhea within 24 hours.
★ Have pink, irritated eyes with drainage or crusty discharge
★ Have a rash of unknown origin (if a rash develops seek medical advice)
★ Have a runny nose, nasal discharge, cough, excessive sneezing (if your child has difficulty breathing seek immediate medical advice).
★ Due to the increase of Covid cases in our area, please contact your child’s doctor for advice on Covid testing with any of the symptoms listed above. We will also be able to provide you with a list of free Covid testing sites for your family.
If your child was tested for COVID, please don't send them to school with out a negative test result.
As your school nurse-teachers, we are excited to have our students get off to a great start! Please do not hesitate to contact us with your concerns or if we can help you in any way. Thank you, parents, and guardians, for all your efforts to help your child start school ready to learn.
Mrs. Cheryl Rosa