- Staff self-certify daily online using Safety iPass
- Students must be certified each day to enter the school
- Parents will assess student health at home prior to arriving at school
- Students who have been certified by their parents at home will wear their district-issued lanyard and badge for entry into the school
- Students who arrive at school without certification will be directed to a designated area at the school to await on-site certification before joining their class
- This guideline issued by ISBE/IDPH may change with evolving scientific research and evidence
PARENTS: Do your part to protect the school community. Certify your child meets the health criteria daily.
⊗ DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL IF SICK, DISPLAYING SYMPTOMS OR EXPOSED TO COVID-19 ⊗
Is your child healthy and ready to learn?
Each day students will enter the school building, parents must answer the following questions before sending your student to school:
- Does your student have a fever of 100.4° F or higher?
- Does your student have a cough, shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing?
- Does your student have any symptoms (new onset of symptoms, not attributed to allergies or a pre-existing condition*)?
- Muscle and body aches
- Sore throat
- Loss of taste or smell
- Has your student been in close contact (6 feet or less for more than 15 minutes) with somebody who has recently tested positive for COVID-19 by nasal swab in the last 10 days?
If you answered no/none to all of the questions above, send your child to school with his/her 'Healthy & Ready to Learn' lanyard.
If you answered yes to one or more of the questions above and/or your student is exhibiting one or more the symptoms listed, do NOT send your student to school. Contact your school health office immediately.
*If your student has allergies or another pre-existing condition that includes a symptom or symptoms listed above, parents must provide a note from the child's medical doctor describing the diagnosis and duration of the condition for admittance to school.