Listed below are forms used to coordinate and provide care for your child, as well as requirements for school attendance (immunizations).
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Margaret (Maggie) Volosin RN, BSN.
Back To School Guidelines
- January 25, 2022 Community Update
- January 5, 2022 Community Update
- November 2, 2021 Community Update
Resources & Fact Sheets
The following websites and fact sheets from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention and for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment are good sources of information:
Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE)
Please see the following PDFs for assistance in deciding whether a child should attend school and our guidance on whether a child or staff member should remain at school or be sent home:
- COVID-19: Can I go to school Today? At-home symptom screening for parents and staff
- COVID-19: Child/Staff Feels or Appears Unwell after Arriving at School
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Our strength as a community is our greatest asset.
We can work together to protect each other and slow the progression of COVID-19.
We thank you for your support and partnership in this effort.
When to keep your child at home
How sick is too sick? There are three main reasons to keep sick children at home:
- Your child doesn’t feel well enough to take part in normal activities. For example, your child is overly tired, fussy or won’t stop crying.
- Your child needs more care than teachers and staff can give while still caring for the other children.
- The symptoms or illness is listed on the updated chart below (see below for print friendly charts in English (Updated chart in Spanish coming soon.)
The following forms aide in coordination of care and action plan for students with allergies, including those with food allergies.
Use the following to coordinate care for students with asthma concerns.
Colorado law requires students who attend a public, private or parochial kindergarten – 12th grade of school to be vaccinated against many of the diseases vaccines can prevent, unless a medical or non-medical exemption is filed.
For full information about requirements, recommendations and exemptions due to medical or non-medical reasons, please visit Colorado Department of Health and Environment’s Immunization page.
Vaccines required to enter child care
- Hepatitis B.
- Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (DTap).
- Haemophilus influenza type b (Hib).
- Inactivated poliovirus (IPV).
- Pneumococcal conjugate (PCV13) or polysaccharide (PPSV23).
- Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR).
- Varicella (chicken pox).
Vaccines required to enter school (K-12)
- Hepatitis B.
- Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (DTap).*
- Inactivated poliovirus (IPV).*
- Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR).*
- Varicella (chicken pox). *
- Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis (Tdap).**
Immunization Information and Charts:
- 2020-21 K-12th Grade Required Immunizations
- 2020-21 Parent Letter School Childcare – English
- 2020-21 Parent Letter School Childcare- Spanish
- 2020-21 Parent Letter School K-12th – English
- 2020-21 Parent Letter School K-12th – Spanish
- 2020-21 Preschool Required Immunizations Chart
- Senate Bill 20-163 FAQ
Medications (including Daily)
Students required to take physician prescribed medication(s) during the school day may be assisted by the school nurse or other designated school personnel. Medications are administered only if the school district receives specific written instruction from such physician and the parents or guardian of the student.
Use the following forms to provide information and coordination of care for students who experience seizures:
Other Concerns or questions?
For any other healthcare needs or concerns, please contact Margaret (Maggie) Volosin RN, BSN.