My district (state? - Texas) is having the nurses check on the students with health alerts/conditions. Keeps me super busy. They want us to contact every week.
Can you upload doctor orders/documentation into the student's chart on Health Office?
YES! My district has this old system and we do a paper log-in, reports don't work well, immunization report has wrong dates and makes them delinquent. Ready for the 21st century. What else do you like about it?
Hopefully the parents that we have told to not send their students to school with fever really get it now. I have told one parent 4 (FOUR) times in 2 years, after catching student with fever, to not send to school because of this very thing.
THIS IS A PEDIATRICIAN I TOLD THIS TOO & HER DENTIST HUSBAND.
We have been asked to contact the students with chronic health conditions and see if they need any resources we can direct them to. I am also looking at my incoming 6th graders immunizations, alerts and conditions. Will also check our state immunization registry for those that have their Tdap & MCV4 already and then input data. Pretty busy sitting in living room while binging all of the RuPaul's Drag Race seasons!
STAAR test waived.
My district closed until March 31.
Let's post specific to Texas information here.
Schools might close until the end of year.
Stunned, just stunned.