03.25.2022

iLEAD Spring Meadows Health, Wellness, and COVID Updates

iLEAD Spring Meadows learners cleanup day and Math Camp

We have had an unusually high number of learners vomiting at school over the last week. Please remember that if your learner is experiencing nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or fever, they must be symptom-free for 24 hours before returning to school this is a pre-COVID health precaution.

Although COVID numbers within the school have been low, we are still required to follow the guidelines set by the LCHD. Please take time to review the School Nurse Algorithm for determining what to do if your learner is not feeling well, is exposed to covid-19, or tests positive for covid-19. iLEAD Spring Meadows will be following the updated guidance from the Lucas County Health Department for quarantine and notifications.

If you have any questions regarding COVID procedures or precautions or if you test positive or are exposed to someone testing positive, please email info@ileadspringmeadows.org. We are using the Nurse’s Algorithm provided by the Lucas County Health Department to determine quarantines. Updated information for quarantine and isolation can be found here.

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