Middle School Return to Campus

Resources and Reminders for SK Flex Families

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It is wonderful to have SK Flex students back on campus. We want to ensure families know what to expect so every student has a smooth transition. We are happy to answer questions, so please reach out if we can help.

Safety Modifications and Protocols on Middle School Campuses

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Quick and Easy Daily Health Attestations - Use the Skyward Mobile App!

Each day, families are required to complete a health screening attestation for each student.

This should be completed before the student arrives on campus or at the bus stop.

The process is simple

  1. Open the mobile app on your cell phone. Or open Skyward with a browser on a computer via the district website. Or save the Skwyard link to your favorites.
  2. Click on the student name
  3. Click on Wellness Screening
  4. Review and answer the health questions
  5. Click Save or Submit
  6. A green checkmark indicates the student is well enough to go to school that day.
    A red X indicates the student must remain at home.
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Clarification on the Health Attestation

If ANY member of the household has ANY of the following symptoms, then ALL students in the household would fail their attestation.

  • Fever (100.4 or higher) or chills
  • Cough
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • Shortness of breath/difficulty breathing
  • Recent loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion/runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

Please call your student’s school if you are keeping your student home due to a symptom. They will walk through the process with you to determine how long your student needs to stay home. The length of time is dictated by whether or not there was exposure, as well as what type of symptom your student has, and for how long they have the symptom(s).

* We recognize that some students experience some of the above symptoms due to other medical conditions. If this is your student’s situation, their school nurse needs to have documentation of that condition from your child’s doctor in order to consider approving their attendance in school when those symptoms are present.

* If your student is symptomatic and receives a COVID-19 test, they must have a negative PCR test. This test usually takes a few days to return results. A negative rapid (antigen) test is not adequate for return to school.