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  • COVID-19 Information for the Fall

    Posted by Jenna Dalla Mura on 8/17/2020

    Even though school will be quite different this fall, I am excited to be welcoming students back soon! Here is some information about COVID-19.

     

    • Students are expected to wear mask-style facial coverings at school. Masks with filter valves, neck gaiters/buffs, and bandanas are not permitted.
      • Please ensure that your child’s initials are on their mask. They should also have a spare with them. 
      • If your child is unable to wear a mask-style facial covering, please email me at jdallamura@ewsd.org. A form will need to be completed by you and your child’s healthcare provider. This will also need to be completed if your child needs to wear a face shield. 

     

    • Families will conduct daily health monitoring of COVID-19 symptoms at home. Students will have their temperatures taken before entering the school building (prior to boarding the bus or at school). More information about both of these topics will be coming soon.

     

    • If your child has a new diagnosis of asthma or allergies, please ensure that a note is faxed to me at 879-8175. 

     

    • Your child should not come to school if they are ill, they are awaiting COVID-19 results, or they are a close contact of someone with COVID-19.

     

    Please email me if you have any questions about COVID-19 or other health concerns.

     

    Thank you!

    Jenna Dalla Mura, RN

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