Health Services

 

District Health Specialist:

Tobi Boyd, RN

Phone: (503)738-5586

Email Mrs. Boyd

District Health Specialist Assistant:

Meghan McKeown

Phone: (503)738-5161

Email Ms. McKeown

Spring 2022 COVID Protocols

Did your child test positive for COVID?

-We ask that you call the school to discuss protocols with Mrs. Boyd or Ms. McKeown as soon as you have a positive result, but here is a quick idea of what to expect:

1. Have your child isolate as best as possible from everyone in the household who is not ill for a minimum of 5 days. Make sure any contact is brief and you wear a mask to help prevent spread of COVID to those within the household. 

2. Once your child has completed the minimum 5 days of isolation and is 24 hours symptom free without the assistance of medicine, they can return to school and activities. It is recommended that your child wear a well fitting mask for an additional 5 days after isolation to school and other activities.

Did someone else (not an SSD student) in your household test positive for COVID?

1. Have that person isolate from all healthy household members for a minimum of 5 days and are symptom free with out the use of any medicines. All SSD students can attend school regardless of vaccination status as long as they are not experiencing ANY symptoms. If your SSD student develops any symptoms during this time, please keep them home and test immediately. (If COVID positive please report that to Mrs. Boyd or Ms. McKeown for further guidance).

2. After the 5 days of isolation it is recommended that the COVID positive person wear a well fitting mask for an additional 5 days. If your SSD student develops any symptoms during this time, please keep them home and test immediately. (If COVID positive please report that to Mrs. Boyd or Ms. McKeown for further guidance).

My child is sick... Now what? ¿Mi Hijo esta enfermo...ahora que?

Wellness Policy Assessment

School Wellness Policies are required by the U.S. Department of Agriculture from school districts receiving federally-funded school meals. These School Wellness Policies set goals for school-based activities that promote healthy eating, daily physical activity, and other wellness behaviors. Individual schools must implement the district policy but can also go above and beyond the policy to improve student health.

State Bill 895 and OAR 333-050-0010-0140 require school districts to report immunization statistics each Fall and Spring.  Immunization information is provided on the Seaside School District Website and in notices to the families of the Seaside School District.

If you have any questions about immunizations, please contact the Seaside School District Health Specialist, Tobi Boyd, at tboyd@seasidek12.org or 503-738-5586.