— June 18, 2021 —
COVID testing schedule
- Monday, June 21: Summer Vacation Camp all students
- Monday, June 28: Summer Vacation Camp all students
- Tuesday, July 5: Summer Vacation Camp all students
- Monday, July 12: Summer Vacation Camp all students
- Monday, July 19: Summer Vacation Camp all students
- Monday, July 26: Summer Vacation Camp all students
Covid Policies Remain in Effect
On June 15, San Diego covid restrictions were lifted. However because the majority of schools’ population remains unvaccinated, these changes do not apply to schools. For reference please click here for the press release.
SDFAS covid policies remain in effect. This includes masking at all times, distancing of 6ft, and hand washing. We will reassess our policies throughout the summer as new guidelines come forth that are specific to schools.
Change in Procedure
Starting during Summer Camp, we will no longer be conducting temperature screenings or using the daily Magnus Covid symptom checker. Both have not resulted in us catching any symptomatic students.
Youth Covid Vaccination Questions
Now that kids 12 and older can get a COVID-19 vaccine, they and their parents may have questions. The County’s Child Health Officer is here to provide answers. Click on the video below:
County Child Health Officer Answers Youth COVID-19 Vaccination Questions
Children Ages 12-15 Are Now Eligible To Be Vaccinated!
San Diego County public health officials announced the county would begin administering the coronavirus vaccine to the 12-15 age group on Thursday 5/13 at county vaccination sites.
All San Diego County sites are available for drop-in vaccinations — no need to make an appointment. It is recommended you call in advance to ensure that specific locations have the Pfizer vaccine available, as that is the only vaccine approved for persons 12-15 years old.
For parents who would rather make an appointment at county sites for their child to get the vaccine, the county is expected to release information soon on how to schedule those appointments for this age group. Additionally, you can make an appointment through your child’s pediatrician’s office.
For the school’s documentation, please provide me with a copy of your child’s completed vaccination card after they receive their second dose.
SDFAS Travel Policy
Current CDC travel recommendations are for unvaccinated persons (students) to quarantine for 7 days after they return following non-local travel. Non-local travel is >120 miles from your residence.
The school strongly recommends this post-travel quarantine for unvaccinated persons, but will no longer be enforcing it.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding any future travel plans, as your child will be required to have a negative PCR Covid test obtained after they return to San Diego. I will need to see the negative Covid test result prior to their return to campus.
Fully vaccinated students (14 days since the last vaccine dose) are exempt from post-travel quarantine and post-travel covid testing.
What To Do if My Child Is Sick?
If your child is experiencing any covid symptoms (runny nose, nasal congestion, cough, fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, fatigue), please keep them at home and email nurse Marilyn and your division director as soon as possible. In order for a symptomatic student to return to campus, they must have a negative covid test result, be fever-free without medication for 24hrs, their symptoms must be improving, and 24hrs have passed since the onset of their symptoms.
Preschool and K & Medical Forms
- PK0 New Student Medical Packet Including Emergency Information Form, Consent for Emergency Medical Treatment, Child’s Pre-admission Health History – Parents Report, Physicians Report, Notification of Parents’ Rights, Acknowledgment of receipt of the Personal Rights, Parent consent for Administration of Medications, and Medication Chart, A copy of the student’s immunizations, SDFAS Emergency Health Card, SDFAS Aggressive Behaviors and Biting Policy, Parent’s Guide to Immunizations (for parents to keep)
- PK1 Potty Training Policy
- PK1 and PK2 New Student Medical Packet Including Identification & Emergency information, Consent for Emergency Medical Treatment, Child‘s pre-admission Health History – Parent‘s report, Physician Report, Notification of Parents Rights, Acknowledgement of Receipt of Personal Rights, Parent consent for Administration of Medications And Medication Chart, A copy of the student’s immunizations, SDFAS Emergency Health Card, SDFAS Aggressive Behaviors and Biting Policy, SDFAS Potty Training Policy, Parent’s Guide to Immunizations (for parents to keep)
- Kindergarten New Student Medical Packet Including A Copy of Student’s Immunizations, Parent consent for Administration of Medications And Medication Chart, Report of medical examination for school entry, SDFAS Emergency Health Card, SDFAS Aggressive Behaviors and Biting Policy, Parent’s Guide to Immunizations (for parent’s to keep)
- Guide to Immunizations – Physician’s Report – Proof of immunization and vaccines must be on file by the first day of the school year. As required by law, a child will not be allowed to attend school if these records are not on file.
- Food Allergy Action Plan
K-8 & Medical Forms
- 1st Grade: A School Entry Health Checkup is required for all incoming 1st graders.
- 7th Grade: Please be reminded that all incoming 7th graders must have their whooping cough (pertussis) vaccination before school starts.
- Immunization Records for New Students: Proof of immunization and vaccines must be on file by the first day of the school year. As required by law, a child will not be allowed to attend school if these records are not on file.
- Food Allergy Action Plan
- Guide to Immunizations