Health Office

Phone:

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Ms. Sher Tsai, BSN, RN

Children learn best when they are well rested, have eaten a healthy meal, and are feeling well.

Children who have a fever, have symptoms of vomiting or diarrhea, have a persistent cough, or have acute viral symptoms will be sent home to rest and receive care by their families.

Phone: 802-857-7644

Fax:     802-878-1380

Email: stsai@ewsd.org 

 

  • COVID-19 Information

    COVID-19

     

    What should I do if my student is sick at home?

    • Keep your student home from school if they exhibit ANY of the following symptoms:
      • Fever
      • Cough
      • Sore Throat
      • Runny Nose
      • Nausea
      • Vomiting
      • Diarrhea
      • Headache
      • Muscle Aches
      • Fatigue
      • Loss of Taste or Smell
      • Shortness of Breath

    What will happen if my student gets sick at school?

    • If your student shows any symptoms of illness at school, they will be sent home. 
    • Further instruction will be given at pick-up.

    What if my student is instructed to get a COVID test?

    • Covid test MUST be a PCR test ONLY. At the current time, rapid tests or antigen tests are not accepted.
    • Please contact the school nurse with test results before you send your student back to school. 

    What if my COVID test is negative, but my child still has symptoms?

    • If your student receives a negative COVID test, but still has a cough, runny nose, or other symptoms, your student should stay home until the symptoms are resolved or markedly improved. If you are uncertain, call me! I can help you decide if your student should return to school. 

    Where can I get a COVID test? 

     

    You can email or call the Health Office ANYTIME. I check email and voicemail on a frequent basis. I will get back to you. 

     

    Phone: 802-847-7644

    Email: stsai@ewsd.org 

     

     

     

    For District updates related to COVID-19, and helpful tips on staying healthy, please visit our EWSD page on the novel coronavirus. (Opens in a new window.)