Under what circumstances do I need to provide a doctor’s note for my child to return to school?
- During this time of heightened concern, please understand that we will err on the side of caution. We are tasked with protecting all of the children in our care. If a child is exhibiting symptoms, we will ask their parent to pick them up.
- If a child presents with two or more persistent symptoms that align with COVID, a doctor’s note will be required prior to their return to class. For example, if a child has shortness of breath and a runny nose related to allergies, a doctor’s note would confirm that the symptoms are not related to COVID. If your child has any of the above symptoms and you are confident they are not related to COVID, please be proactive and seek a doctor’s note in advance.
- If a child tests positive for COVID they must stay home for 10 days or provide proof of a negative test.
- If a child has a fever, they must stay home for 72 hours and provide a doctor’s note to return to school.
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