Health Requirements & Info.
The school district recognizes that parents and guardians have a primary and fundamental role in promoting and protecting their children’s health and well-being. The school district will support parents’ efforts to provide a healthy diet and daily physical activity for students. We ask for your help in supporting these efforts to ensure your child's physical health and wellness. See our district Wellness Policy R 1.2.2.
It is the responsibility of the parent/ guardian to notify the appropriate school staff of any medical condition that may impact the health or safety of their child during the school day or in school activities.
Any child entering a Minnesota public school must provide a statement from a physician or public clinic indicating that the child has received immunizations
When a Student Should Stay Home:
Upper respiratory/cold symptoms with frequent coughing and/or runny nose, diarrhea/ vomiting within the last 24 hours, fever of 100 degrees or more within the last 24 hours, ear pain with drainage, strep throat (until 24 after initial dose of antibiotic), an open wound that cannot be covered. Contact the school health staff with any questions.