NOSD District Nurse Update

2021-2022

Washington & Ozaukee Health Department Dashboard

All up to date information on Covid-19 Vaccine, Testing Sites, Isolation & Quarantine Guidance

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COVID-19 REPORTING FORM

If your child or family member has symptoms of COVID-19 and/or waiting on test results or tested positive for COVID-19, please complete this form.

COVID-19 TESTING & VACCINE INFORMATION

COVID-19 TESTING

Click for information about COVID-19 tests in Washington and Ozaukee County.

Both Curative sites are now accepting walk-ins. You are encouraged to register ahead of time. Please visit curative.com to register.

Drive-thru testing available through Accelerated Clinical Labs on the weekends. No appointment necessary, but you are encouraged to pre-register by clicking HERE.

Ozaukee County Courthouse (Saturdays, 10AM-2PM)

Washington County PAC Building (Sundays, 10AM-2PM)

Other test sites in Washington and Ozaukee Counties (as of 01/5/2022): HERE

WI COVID-19 test sites (or request an at home kit): https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/testing.htm


COVID-19 VACCINE INFORMATION

WI locations: www.vaccines.gov

COVID-19 Vaccine Assistance Hotline
For personal assistance with vaccine-related questions, please call: 844-684-1064
¿Tiene preguntas sobre la vacuna contra el COVID-19? Llame al 844-684-1064

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For Healthcare Facilities: COVID-19 Community Levels do not apply in healthcare settings, such as hospitals and nursing homes. Instead, healthcare settings should continue to use community transmission rates and follow CDC's infection prevention and control recommentations for healthcare workers.

Isolation and Quarantine Guidance - updated 3/3/22

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services supports the new Centers for Disease Control (CDC) metrics used to determine the severity of COVID-19 in communities. With widespread access to vaccines and testing, available treatment options, and high levels of population immunity, a new approach to monitoring and preventing COVID-19 is necessary. On February 25, 2022, the CDC released new COVID-19 Community Levels to help communities and individuals make decisions about prevention strategies and behaviors that more accurately reflect the goals of this new approach. COVID-19 Community Levels are determined using three key metrics:

  1. The number of new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 population in the past 7 days.
  2. New COVID-19 hospital admissions per 100,000 population in the past 7 days.
  3. The average percent of staffed inpatient beds occupied by COVID-19 patients in the past 7 days.

Regardless of where you live, the CDC and DHS recommend that everyone stay up to date on COVID-19 vaccines. It is also recommended that everyone continue to wear a mask around others and get tested for COVID-19 if they are experiencing symptoms or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19. We urge all Wisconsinites to continue using a combination of COVID-19 prevention strategies that will allow us to continue with our daily lives while keeping community members safe and healthy.

2021-2022 Frequently Asked Questions

Here is a list of FAQ’s to help support our students and staff for a healthy and successful school year. Reference our 2021-2022 Learning Platform and Health Protocols for more additional information regarding our plan. Thank you! updated 1/7/22

Authorization for Prescription Medication

If your child(ren) will be taking prescription medication at school you will need to fill this form out and bring with the prescription medication (in original bottle) to the district nurse.

Up-Dating Immunization Records

Students entering 6th grade often need an immunization shot, please check with your doctor to make sure you are up to date with immunizations. Below are the requirements and form.


Immunization Requirements

Immunization Form


Mail a new copy to the District Nurse to update your child’s record when any additional dose(s) of vaccines are received. If your child still needs any of these vaccines, we encourage you to have your child immunized well before school starts to avoid the late summer rush. Waivers are available for religious, health and personal conviction reasons.


Secure computer vaccine records may be available for parents to view through the Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR). http://dhfswir.org. For more information on WIR or obtaining your child’s records on WIR, please contact the Washington / Ozaukee County Public Health Department.

Northern Ozaukee School District

District Nurse

Lori Loof

262-692-2401 ext 204