Student Health Update

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As we have now moved into our Winter Break, we will continue to work with the health and safety of our students, teachers, and staff at the forefront of our thoughts.
 
We wanted to share with you a video update from Bronwyn Patterson (District Nurse) and Wendy Ford (Mental Health Coordinator), as it relates to our students’ physical and mental health. Both physical and mental health are so important. During this Winter Break, with the first semester behind us and our second semester on the horizon, we wanted you to hear from our District Nurse and Mental Health Coordinator about how we all can work together to ensure the health, safety, and academic success of all our students.
 
Student Health Update Video - 
 
Also, as a reminder, the district will be full remote Monday, Jan. 4 through Friday, Jan. 8 (the five days after Winter Break) for ALL students in the district (Grades PreK - 12).
-         Grades PreK - 5: All Model A/Model B students will be on the same remote schedule Jan. 4 - Jan. 8.
-         Grades 6 - 12: All Model A/Model B students will be on the same remote schedule Jan. 4 - Jan. 7, with Friday, Jan. 8 being a remote Intervention/Assignment Day. Details on the expectations for the Jan. 8 Intervention/Assignment Day (Grades 6 - 12 only) will be communicated to you from your building principal and teachers, and can be found - www.springboro.org/COVID-19Resources.aspx    
 
Students, teachers, and staff who are symptom-free will return to school on Jan. 11, 2021.
 
If you or your child begin to notice symptoms while we are on break, please consult your doctor.  We encourage you to get tested. If, over Winter Break (Dec. 21 - Jan. 3), you and/or your child(ren) have tested positive, please contact the Warren County Combined Health District (WCCHD) at 513-695-1228.
 
Once we return from Winter Break (Jan. 4), if you and/or your child(ren) have been tested, please notify your school by calling the attendance line or building nurse. Please know that if anyone in your household does get tested, your student would need to remain home until the results of the test are known. 
 
We thank you in advance for your commitment in helping keep our students, teachers, and staff safe.  We fully understand and accept that we cannot eliminate all risks associated with COVID-19, but together, we can greatly reduce it.
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