COVID-19 Family Resources

What Our Schools are Doing About COVID-19

 

Learn more by reading messages sent to families in the links below.

 

News from Crook County School District:

 

 

How can I avoid getting the novel coronavirus

Frequently Asked Questions About COVID-19

The following FAQs come from Oregon Health Authority.

What do I do if my child is sick?

Should my child be tested?

How will I be told if someone at my child’s school is exposed or has COVID-19?

What schools are affected and where are they located?

 

What do I do if my child is sick?

If your child has fever, cough, shortness of breath you should:

  • Have your child stay home, and
  • Contact your local health department or health care provider.

They will help you decide if you need an appointment. It’s important that people with symptoms stay home. It’s one of the most effective ways to minimize exposure. If your child is diagnosed with COVID-19, your child may be required to stay home longer.

Teach your child to regularly practice good hygiene measures, such as:

Clean and disinfect often touched objects and surfaces. You can use a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.

Should my child be tested?

should my child be tested?

If your child is showing symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), talk to your health care provider. They will tell you if your child should be tested. Be ready to answer questions about:

  • Recent travel to places where COVID-19 is present, and
  • If your child has come in contact with someone who has traveled to places where COVID-19 is present.

How will I be told if someone at my child’s school is exposed or has COVID-19?
how will i be told if someone at my child's school is exposed or has COVID-19

 

What schools are affected and where are they located?

For the most up to date information go to this resource from Oregon Health Authority.