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COVID Conversations 2.0: Temp Checks & Masks – When, Where & How? - (7/7/2020) - Shared screen with speaker view
Lindsay Plath
Access the Zoom Webinar How To Document here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/vmnjimsgqdmp6xx/How%20to%20Use%20Zoom%20Webinar.pdf?dl=0
Lindsay Plath
From Curtis Saindon: We are having "certification pads" printed up (kind of like a prescription pad that a doctor uses) and sent home to each family. The parent has to fill it out, check the certification and sign the form, rip it off and send it with the kid to the bus. They can't get on the bus (or get into the school if they are driven by their parents) unless they have completed form to produce. That way there is no tracking or reconciliation needed.
Brad DuBois
Our only fear with our high school students self certifing is that they just don't take their temps - not on the side of kids lying and missing school but instead those who may have a slight fever and coming into our building.
Patrick Palbicke
We are using the following language for our students to help keep things flowing:
Patrick Palbicke
We encourage all parents to take a temperature reading and check for COVID-19 symptoms each morning your child will be present in our buildings. Students with a fever or any of the symptoms below should stay home and seek medical advice. By sending your child to school, you are certifying the following:That your child does not have a fever over 100.4 degrees.That your child does not have any of the following conditions related to COVID-19:CoughShortness of breath or difficulty breathingFatigueMuscle or body achesHeadacheNew loss of taste or smellSore throatCongestion or runny noseNausea or vomitingDiarrhea