- COVID-19 Resources for Families


COVID-19 Resources for Families

  • FeverFree Daily Health Screening AppFeverFree Image - In order to be prepared for the time when students return to campus (either for support services, assessments or for more classroom-based learning), we are implementing a daily health screening tool called FeverFree. All students or staff members who are coming to a school or the district office need to complete the health screening at home, prior to arriving on campus. Students who have not completed this health screening prior to coming to school will be sent home. You will receive an invitation to join the FeverFree platform before your child returns to school. 
    Download FeverFree here   |   Descarga FeverFree aquí

  • Tutorial Videos for SCSD Families and Students
  • Households with Multiple Children
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Student and Community COVID-19 Testing
 

Please take advantage of the no-cost surveillance COVID-19 testing provided by the San Mateo County Health Department.  

  • Please sign up for weekly testing for yourself and your child. 

  • Contact your health provider for a test if you have symptoms or know you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19. 

  • Keeping COVID cases off of our campuses will keep our in-person learning possible. As a reminder, if a student or teacher tests positive for COVID, we will need to transition that cohort back to distance learning for at least two weeks to avoid spreading the virus. 

  • Sign up at one of the following locations to begin your regular weekly testing:

 
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Agencies Providing Guidance

Please consult these (COVID-19) webpages on the sites of these organizations for the most authoritative guidance. 

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Taking Care of Yourself and Your Family

Personal protective care is one of the most effective ways to maintain good health. BrainPOP.com has several wonderful resources for families to visit, and of course, CDC has a wealth of information. 

 

 screenshot of brainpop.com, a good resource for Coronavirus   Screenprint from Talking to Kids about Coronavirus web article