If your student admitted to DWCS has any health concerns or medical history we need to be aware of please contact the School Nurse.
All medical information must be updated yearly.
Miranda Cash – RN School Nurse
DWCS STUDENT QUARANTINE GUIDELINES
The following guidelines have been adopted by D’Arbonne Woods Charter School.
This occurs when a student tests positive for Covid-19 or there is a symptomatic student with COVID 19 compatible symptoms. Isolation is necessary for at least 10 days. Also, a student must be 24hours fever free and student should exhibit improvement in symptoms.
When an individual is exposed (close contact) to someone that is Covid-19 positive, quarantine begins after your last exposure (contact) with infected person.
Parents will be notified of a positive case in their child’s class only if their child was deemed to be within 6 ft. of the infected student for 15 minutes or longer. These students are considered to be close contacts.
Close contacts who were previously diagnosed with Covid-19 within the last 90 days and remain asymptomatic do not need to quarantine.
Close contacts who are fully vaccinated (i.e., ≥2 weeks following receipt of the second dose in a 2-dose series, or ≥2 weeks following receipt of one dose in a single-dose vaccine) at the time of exposure and remain asymptomatic do not need to quarantine.
Option 1 – Does NOT require a negative Covid-19 test
Quarantine 10 days
- No covid-19 test required
- Return to school on day 11 after exposure
- Close contacts must wear a mask through day 14 (K-12 not optional)
Option 2 Shortened quarantine- DOES require a negative Covid-19 test
Quarantine 7 days instead of 10
- Covid-19 test is required no sooner than day 5 of quarantine.
- Return to school on day 8 after exposure if the test is negative.
- Close contacts must wear a mask through day 14 (K-12 not optional).
Extended quarantine due to household positive contacts
- 17-20 days (please contact the school nurse for details)
At any time during quarantine if you are RE-EXPOSED to Covid-19 then your quarantine time will restart. If you become sick or develop any COVID-19 compatible symptoms, then your quarantine time will change.
*Any quarantine period begins the day after last exposure to an infected individual during the period of infectiousness. If an infected individual is unable to isolate from household contacts while they are infectious, the quarantine period for household contacts begins the day after the infected individual meets end of isolation criteria (Louisiana Dept. of Health and CDC 12-7-20)
Please contact the school nurse to discuss any changes or questions concerning your quarantine.
Please print, complete and return Health Information Form to front office or Fax to front office at 368-8258 before the first day of school. If any boxes from Part 2 are checked except for vision and hearing please send a doctor note with explanation and treatment plan with health information form to ensure your child is getting the best care while at school.
Prescribing Licensed Provider must complete a separate Medication Order for each medication the student will be taking at school either daily or for emergencies. Also the parent or guardian must also sign the consent. There will be NO OTC (over the counter) medications given this school year 20-21. All medication orders are to complete in full and returned to the front office or faxed to 368-8258. Once all forms are returned to the nurse she will contact you on a day to bring in the medication which will have to have a current prescription label on each medication brought.
Please have Doctor complete this form.Parent or Guardian will also need to sign this form and return to the front office or fax to 368-8258. Please also fill out the Allergy Questionnaire form under the health tab to go along with this form. If the students allergy is to food please have their doctor complete the Food Service Form under the health tab so your child is not given or exposed to a food they are allergic to.
Revised October 2019-*Louisiana State Law requires prior to school entry: 2 doses of MMR, 3 HepB, 2 VAR and booster doses of DTaP and Polio vaccines on or after the 4th birthday and prior to school entry. Sixth graders or 11-12 years of age are required: 1 Tdap, 2 VAR, 2 MMR, 3 HepB, 1 MenACWY. Effective 07/01/2019, eleventh graders or those 16 years of age will require 2 MenACWY.
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