While we acknowledge that allergies and the common cold still exist, our primary goal remains to keep our students healthy and on campus. In partnership, we ask our parents to adhere to the following guidelines when assessing whether or not their child should attend school.
If your child has ONE of the following symptoms, they should not attend school or extracurricular activities:
Fever (100.0° or higher without fever-reducing medications)
Nausea/Vomiting or Diarrhea
Unusual Fatigue/Persistent Tiredness
If your child has TWO or more of the following symptoms, they should not attend school or extracurricular activities:
To protect the health of our students, faculty, and staff, parents should also abide by the symptom protocols listed above. If a parent has symptoms, tested positive within the last 10 days, or there is an active positive case in the household, the parent should not be on campus. Any vaccinated individual without symptoms may continue to come on campus when there is a positive case in the household.