COVID-19 Information

22-23 Student/ Family Site Access Guide &

Daily Student Symptom Checklist

Safety is the top priority and all teachers, staff, and students must adhere to District Health and Safety Guidelines. Please see Health and Safety Family videos here. Below is an explanation of the expectations of the school day.


For more information on COVID-19 and more grade level appropriate health and safety learning modules please see here.

Expectations for the school day:

  • Every morning at home, please fill out the daily symptom checklist. If you answer “yes” to any symptoms your student needs to stay home.  This will not be checked at school.
  • After April 4, 2022, wearing face masks is strongly recommended but no longer required unless certain criteria are met.
  • There will be handwashing stations and hand sanitizers around campus and in classrooms.  Please remind your students to cleanse their hands when entering and exiting a room, before eating, when using the restroom, touching their face, or putting on/removing their face masks.
  • If your student develops any COVID-like symptoms during the school day, they will be isolated until they are picked up. They will be able to return to school based on a decision tree designed by the county public health department.
  • Testing or test kits will be available at every site for students.
  • If your student has a history of COVID-19 infection, please check with your doctor to see if there are any Recess/PE or Sports activity restrictions that must be followed.  It is the parent responsibility to communicate any activity restrictions to the school site.  

Below is a sample of the Student Symptom checklist that parents will need to fill out at home every day, after taking the child’s temperature, and before coming to school. A copy of this checklist can be found here. 



Prior to coming to school every morning, please answer “Yes” or “No” to the following questions.

Does your student have a new cough that cannot be attributed to another health condition?

Does your student have shortness of breath that cannot be attributed to another health condition?

Does your student have a headache that cannot be attributed to another health condition?

After taking the temperature today, does your student have a temperature greater than 100.0F?

In the last 24 hours has your student had any of the following symptoms: chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, congestion and runny nose, sore throat, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or new loss of taste or smell?

Has your student come into close contact (within 6 feet, for longer than 15 minutes) with someone who has a laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis in the past 14 days?

Has a health care provider or public health official asked your student to quarantine 

(i.e., stay home) during this period?

If you answer “No” to all above questions, your student will be safe to enter campus for the day. If you answer “Yes” to any of the above questions, your student will need to stay home and you will need to inform your school site.

  • Families need to know that they still need to check their students at home before coming to school and not come to school if they are sick. The following checklists are guidelines for families to use at home. These forms do not need to be completed and returned to the site. If your child has symptoms, please keep them home and inform the school.
  • Daily Student Symptoms Checklist (translated languages below) 
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