Coronavirus FAQ - English
Coronavirus Fact Sheet - English
Coronavirus Fact Sheet - Spanish
For Families and Children
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For First Responders
Health Services function as an integral part of the academic environment. The Marysville Health Service Team includes Registered Nurses and Health Room Assistants. The nurse provides expertise to identify, assess, plan, implement and evaluate the health needs of the student and community. Our team role is to provide a quality program of safe, effective, delivery of care and establish a balance promoting optimum health and wellness for educational success.
The Marysville School District is working closely with the Snohomish Health District, the Governor's office, OSPI, and the
WA State Department of Health to stay informed of the most current information and recommendations regarding the Coronavirus.
The health and safety of people in Snohomish County is the Snohomish Health District’s priority. The Health District works in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in rapid response to Coronavirus.
To minimize the risk of spread, the Snohomish Health District coordinates closely with healthcare providers to quickly evaluate and identify suspected cases.
Steps you can take to prevent the spread of Coronavirus/COVID-19 are the standard universal precautions:
Wash hands frequently and thoroughly with warm water and soap. Think you’ve washed them enough? Wash again. If water not available, use hand sanitizer.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands
Clean and disinfect frequently used surfaces. Follow instructions on the product label for disinfectants, and check that the product is registered with the EPA.
Cover coughs or sneezes with a tissue or sleeve and then wash your hands
Stay home if sick, keep sick children home and avoid close contact with others.
If you do visit a clinic and have any respiratory symptoms, wear a mask. Most medical facilities provide these masks near the entrance or at the front counter.
Washington State Department of Health: https://www.doh.wa.gov/Emergencies/Coronaviru
Center for Disease Control: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
UW Medicine: What You Need to Know
NW Educational Service District: https://www.nwesd.org/school-nurse-corps-covid-19/
Washington School Directors Association: Insights for Parents
If any you have any questions feel free to contact the District Nurse for your school or review the Fact Sheet located under Information.
SCHOOL HEALTH FORMS
NEED IMMUNIZATION RECORDS FOR YOUR CHILD ?
APPEARANCE, BEHAVIOR – unusually tired,pale, lack of appetite, difficult to wake, or irritable. This is sufficient reason to keep a child home from school.
EYES – red with thick green or yellow drainage may
indicate a bacterial conjunctivitis.
ANTIBIOTICS –If your child has an illness that requires antibiotics, please check with your provider as to when the child may return to school.
SCABIES – Children with scabies may be admitted back to school 24 hours after treatment begins.
LICE – If your child has head lice please contact your health room to discuss treatment.
EAR PAIN– student with drainage/pain/fever need to be seen by a health care provider. Student does not need to be excluded unless discomfort interrupts the learning process. Untreated ear infections can cause permanent hearing loss.
RASH – body rash, especially with fever or itching.
VOMITING – within the past 24 hours.
DIARRHEA – watery stools in past 24 hour period especially if the child acts or looks ill.
SORE THROAT – especially with fever or rash. Children with possible strep throat should be seen by their provider.
FEVER – child should remain home with TEMPERATURE OF 100 DEGREES Fahrenheit or higher. Child must be fever free for 24 hours without fever reducing medicine. Greenish nose discharge, and/or chronic cough – should be seen by a health care provider.
Bringing a child to school with the above symptoms puts other children and staff at risk of getting sick. While we regret any inconvenience this may cause, in the long run, this means less illness and fewer lost workdays for parents.
It is Flu season, and not too late to get vaccinated! Check with your doctor’s office, medical clinic, or a local pharmacy to get the Influenza vaccine.
The Flu virus is spread from person to person through droplets, or contaminated surfaces. People infected with the flu can spread the flu to someone else before symptoms develop and up to 5-7 days after becoming sick.
If you or your child has the Flu: it is important to protect the health of others by covering your cough, frequent hand washing, and staying home away from crowds when you are ill.
When reporting your child’s school absence, please specify their symptoms as we report these specifics to the Snohomish Health district for disease surveillance.
Further information is available at:
Information and updates about health-related issues can be found at the Snohomish Health District website Snohomish Health District
All schools are asked to report absenteeism of 10 percent and greater. Norovirus is not necessarily a reportable condition unless multiple incidences exist.
Marysville School District staff utilize the above preventative measures.