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    Wash your hands

    NURSE TAMUTY'S CORNER

    Welcome to Nurse Tamuty's web page.   Here you will find current Health and Wellness Information that is important to you and your family.  It is my goal to provide our community with tools necessary to become lifelong learners concerning health and wellness.  
     
    Please see the notice from Arizona Department of Health concerning Measles: 
     

    Covid 19

    Please report your child's COVID-19 positive test results to the health office as soon as possible.  Please report the positive test result by clicking on this link to the district office: https://url.dvusd.org/COVID19ReportingForm

    It is important to keep you child home when ill. 

     
    Covid 19:  It is important during these uncertain times to remain calm and follow our govermental guidelines in order to decrease your possible exposure to COVID 19.  Below are some resources that you can read to help you support your chlldren and answer their questions concerning COVID 19.
     
    Helping your child cope with changes due to COVID 19.   More information available at dvusd.org.
     
    Washing hands appropriately is the best line of defense for all diseases.  Wash hands for at least 20 seconds vigorously with soap and water.  If that is not available you my use hand sanitizer until your are able to wash your hands.  Keep your hands off of your face at all times.  Stay at least 6 feet from other people when you have to be out in the public.  Wear a mask. 
    STAY HOME, STAY CONNECTED, STAY HEALTHY. 
     
    Hand washing video from the Centers for Disease Control.
     
    Vaccines are now available for ages 5 to adult for COVID-19. 
     
     
     
     School Nurse Day 2020