If your child(ren) are sick and showing COVID-like symptoms, take these steps:

  • Stay home and take a COVID test. (School nurses have free COVID tests to hand out.  Please reach out to your school nurse if you need a COVID test) .

    Email or call your healthcare provider. 

    Email or call your school nurse, your school’s office manager, and your schools before/after-school coordinator (if applicable) to report your student’s absence and tell them that your student has COVID. 

    If you test positive for COVID-19, please take the following steps:

    • Please notify your student's teacher and school nurse

    • You must stay home for a minimum of 5 days

    • The day you test positive is day zero

    • You may return to work on day 6 or later if you are:

      • Fever free for 24hrs without the use of fever-reducing medications

      • Are experiencing improvement in other symptoms (ie, no runny nose, improving cough, no body aches, no sore throat, no nausea or vomiting)

      • Are able to wear a well-fitting mask for 5 additional days (masking is required for days 6-10, unless you have a negative test on day 5 or later)

      • If unable to wear a mask for an additional 5 days, the student will remain home for a full 10 days, or until they have a negative test on day 5 or later

      • Students can return without a mask after having a negative test on day 5 or later and with an improvement in symptoms, if they choose

District News

  • Kindergarten Tour Reminder

    2/29/24: Shared with the caregivers pre-registered for Kindergarten (Class of 2037), this Smore contains the Tour schedule and the link to sign-up for in-school visits!

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  •  FPS Colored graphic with a DNA strand

    February DNA

    2/29/24: Still technically February, here is the good news shared and submitted from around the District!

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  • Response, Reminders, & Resources

    2/28/24: This smore contains a response, reminder, and resources following the tragic death of Nex Benedict - an Indigenous, non-binary, student in Oklahoma.

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  • 5th Grade Puberty Meeting

    2/20/24: Caregivers of 5th grade students are invited to join Ms. Kinsella for an 'Adults Only' event to learn about the 5th grade lessons on puberty!

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  • Attendance Matters

    2/25/24: Attendance Facts; Ways Parents and Guardians Can Help, and An Important Letter to Parents and Guardians About Attendance

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