Welcome to the MSMA Health Office!
Please make sure to submit yearly physical and immunization history to the health office at the beginning of the school year. Yearly physicals are required to participate in Physical Education classes as well as after school activities.
603-623-3155 ext. 137
HEALTH OFFICE NEWS
CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19) UPDATES & PROTOCOL
UPDATED TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 2020 1:30PM
It is our aim to keep all students, staff, and families happy and healthy. Due to the overlap between COVID-19 symptoms with other common illnesses it is difficult to determine when students should stay home from school. Many symptoms of COVID-19 are also common in other childhood illnesses like the common cold, flu, or seasonal allergies. The table below illustrates some overlap between the symptoms of COVID-19 and other common illnesses.
If children are not feeling well please keep them home from school until they are feeling well enough. Students with MILD respiratory symptoms, such as a minor cough and/or runny nose may attend school if they do not have a fever present and have been fever free without the use of fever-reducing medications (such as Tylenol) for 48 hours. Our Daily Home Screening tool can be referred to when making a decision on whether or not to send your child to school.
Please review the Daily Home Screening for Students below.
If the student answers YES to any questions in Section 1 but NO to any questions in Section 2, the student would need to stay home until symptom-free for 48 hours without fever reducing medications.
If the student answers YES to any questions in Section 1 and YES to any questions in Section 2 the student must be referred to a healthcare provider for further evaluation and possible testing.
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