WHEN YOU ARE SICK
Staff play an important role in limiting the spread to COVID-19 by actively screening themselves for symptoms and notifying their direct supervisor and Human Resources Department as soon as possible. Staying home if you feel sick helps protect other students, school staff members, and the community as a whole.

SICK EMPLOYEES

 - Employees are expected to follow the same screening procedures required for students and stay home if they are exhibiting symptoms. Employees must report any symptoms or potential exposures to their direct supervisor and Human Resources and follow district directions.

 - Employees who are exhibiting symptoms should be tested immediately and notify their direct supervisor and the Human Resources Department for further direction. 

Symptoms Alert - Be Aware of These Symptoms
FEVER, COUGH, RASH, SORE THROAT,
SHORTNESS OF BREATH, CONGESTION/RUNNY NOSE,
DIARRHEA, NAUSEA, FATIGUE, HEADACHE, MUSCLE PAIN, LACK OF APPETITE, AND LACK OF SMELL/TASTE

STAFF SELF-SCREEN FLOW CHART

POSSIBLE EXPOSURE

LIMITED VISITOR ACCESS
AT-HOME SCREENING

 - Staff should do a daily evaluation of their symptoms before school daily by taking their temperature, gauging how they are feeling, and by making sure that they can accurately answer NO to all questions below. If a question can be answered YES, an individual should not attend work or school and seek medical care as needed.

  • Fever of 100.4 degrees or higher?
  • Difficulty or trouble breathing?
  • New cough or a cough that has gotten worse?
  • New loss or taste or smell?
  • Or do you have any two of the following symptoms:

  - Sore throat
- Nausea
- Vomiting
- Diarrhea
- Chills
- Muscle pain
- Excess fatigue or extreme tiredness
- New or severe headache
- New nasal congestion or runny nose