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COVID19 Resources

BCCS Families - Thank you for all of your support during these difficult times. We wanted to let our parents know that the School District recently discontinued the use of the IC Health Survey Screening tool.  We had hoped we would be able to continue to use it however we will not have that ability at this time.  

As a school will still be conducting a verbal screener every morning for each student. It is very important to continue health screening your child verbally at home every morning and if your child has any symptoms listed, they must stay and remain at home until they are completely symptom-free. 

We understand that some of these symptoms seem very minimal, but we must be very careful and extra vigilant as a lot of children might be asymptomatic. 

Please also understand that if at any time throughout the day, your child begins to experience any listed symptoms you will be asked to pick them up.  


Below is a list of the COVID related symptoms:

  • Fever Chills

  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

  • New loss of taste or smell

  • Cough

  • Sore Throat

  • Congestion or runny nose

  • Muscle or body aches

  • Headache

  • Fatigue

  • Nausea or vomiting

  • Diarrhea


With the recent uprise of COVID cases, it is very important to follow these guidelines. If your child is experiencing any of these symptoms they must be completely symptom-free for a full 24 hours before returning to school. This ultimately might mean that your child must remain home for 48 hours (2 school days) to ensure that the student is safe to return to school. 

 

Attached in this email are some important links for you to stay up to date on additional COVID information and guidelines.  


At-Home Symptom Screening for Parents and Staff.pdf


COVID-19: Child/Staff Feels/Appears Unwell after Arriving at School


Return to Learn: guidance following a positive COVID-19 Symptom Screen (R1)


What happens to the contacts?


Updated: Cases and outbreaks in child care and schools | Colorado COVID-19 Updates