COVID & Health Info

If there is a positive COVID case in your family, please let us know immediately! We will be working closely with JCPH and our partners at Children’s Hospital to let you know about any necessary quarantines. 


PLEASE SELF-SCREEN YOUR CHILD BEFORE THEY LEAVE FOR SCHOOL EACH DAY! DO NOT SEND your child with a fever above 100.4 degrees, ANY COVID symptom that we do not have documentation from a health care provider of as being allergy-related, such as cough or runny nose, will result in your student being sent home. This has not changed from last year! Your child must be fever-free and without any vomiting or diarrhea for 24 hours before returning to school.  If antibiotics are prescribed, they must be ON THEM for 24 hours before they return to school. If there is a COVID test that you are awaiting for anybody in your household, your child needs to be at home until it is back. 

Mask Hygiene

Please remember to keep those reusable masks clean and change out the disposable ones. It’s a good idea to have an extra one.  This will help keep us all healthy!

Seasonal Allergies Does your child have seasonal allergies that can cause COVID-like symptoms? It is extremely important that we get a letter from your doctor stating this! We must send children home with symptoms that are not documented.

2021-22 Health Form

New Vaccine Exemption Requirements: Beginning in the 2021-2022 school year, if you wish to exempt your student from any vaccines, you will need to fill out the attached form AND have a health care provider sign it, OR you may do an online course and print the certificate and turn that in.


The online course is at the end of this document.


Health Concerns: If your child has ANY health concerns that we need to know about to best care for them at school, please email and discuss with her. She is our Health Aide that works under our Children’s Hospital RN Nurse Consultant, Kelly Brown. 


Health Appraisals and Health Care Plans for 2021-2022: ALL PK and K students and those using Before/Aftercare need a Health Appraisal filled out every 12 months per our childcare license. See this form at the end of the newsletter. 

Medication at School: Any student needing an epi pen or inhaler at school will need the proper health plans filled out and signed by the health care provider. The Epi pen and Inhaler plans are linked here:

If your student will need ANY medication at school, including anything over-the-counter, you will need to have your health care provider fill this out VERY specifically: We do NOT provide ANY medications at school. You must provide them.

Medication Drop Off: Please drop off the medication and all paperwork on the first day of school at the very end of the carline. They must have RX or name on the package and not be expired. 

Medical Exemption Form: Jeffco Public Schools offers medical exemptions for mask wearing, once you apply the request is reviewed and either accepted or denied.



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