Should I Send My Child To School?
Illness and Keeping your Child Home
A student should not come to school (and will be sent home from school) if they have or have had:
-a fever of 100 degrees F or more in the past 24 hours
-vomiting or diarrhea in the past 24 hours
-an undiagnosed skin rash
Calling in a Sick Student
-Call the main office @ (612) 821-6470 to report your student's absence each day your student is ill.
-Report the reason for the absence and the symptoms or diagnosis like chicken pox, strep throat, cough and fever, or pink eye.
Please contact the school Health Office if your child has any injury or illness that requires modifications in his/her school day, prior to returning to school.
Health Services Provided:
- Promotion of health and well being for students, families and school personnel by teaching and counseling
- Implementation of Action Plans for the care of students with chronic health conditions
- Assessment of students who are ill
- Emergency care for injuries and accidents
- Assessment and evaluation of the health status of students
- Prevention and control of communicable disease
- Vision and hearing screening
- Annual review of student immunization status
- Counseling regarding health findings
- Daily administration of medication
- Individual Health Care Plans
- Networking with community agencies for services to students