Welcome back Warden Cougar Students and Families!
As we start the 2021-22 school year it is very important to remember a few health and safety requirements during this pandemic.
Please keep your student home and call the school if they are experiencing any of these symptoms:
|Fever of 100 degrees or higher
|Shortness of breath
||New loss of taste or smell
||Nausea or Vomiting
If your student is experiencing any one of these symptoms during the school day they will be sent home for 10 days unless a negative Covid test is proven or a note from a healthcare provider reports a diagnosis that explains the reason for the symptom. If a negative Covid test is proven the student may return to school 24 hours after the symptom is gone without medications. This protocol is the same for both vaccinated and unvaccinated students.
Please call the school office or nurse if your student has been exposed to a person who has tested positive for Covid. If an exposure occurs on campus our staff will follow the Grant County Health Departments orders to quarantine all exposed individuals. An exposure quarantine is 14 days at this time. An ordered quarantine cannot be shortened for any reason.
Vaccinated students are not required to quarantine. If your student is vaccinated please bring the Covid vaccine card to the school office. A copy will be made for our files.
If we all work together our schools will be COUGAR STRONG, SAFE, HEALTHY, AND OPEN!!
Please call the school office or nurse if you have any questions.
||Middle School office
||High School office
Kimberly Hansen, School Nurse
Welcome back letter, Nurse Hansen.