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    When should I keep my child home from school?

    • If your child has a temperature of 100.0 degrees or higher
    • If your child has a sore throat cough, congestion or running nose, fatigue, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, loss of taste or smell, stomachache, diarrhea, vomiting, headache or body aches
    • If your child has tested positive for COVID-19 (or is awaiting test results)
    • If your child has had close contact with someone who has symptoms of Covid19 or tested positive for COVID-19 

    How do I report their absence?

    • Complete regular student absence procedures for notifying school of student absence.
    • Complete the Student COVID-19 Information Form at https://url.dvusd.org/COVID19ReportingForm.
    • Email the campus nurse and a designated campus administrator informing them of the situation. Specify in the email if the situation involves a positive test, suspected positive test or close contact with someone who has had a positive test or suspected positive test. Include in the email: Name, student ID number, date of test and date that symptoms began.
    • If a parent has any questions, the parent can email COVID19concerns@dvusd.org and/or the campus nurse.
    • A district or campus based representative will follow up with the parent regarding the received report and continue contact tracing data collection. 

    What happens next?

    • Students that will be out for an extended period of time can check out a Chromebook from the school and pick-up their MyBook and Math Binder.
    • If they are well enough, they will log on to Canvas and complete work to stay on track with students in the classroom.
    The office is trying to limit the number of visitors to the school, so whether your child will be out for 1 day or several weeks please utilize Canvas in place of paper packet requests.
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Last Modified on November 11, 2020