HEALTH AND SAFETY PROTOCOL FOR CAMPUS VISITS
We have established Health & Safety Protocols for staff and visitors utilizing the most up to date local, state, and national guidelines. The COVID-19 situation is constantly changing, and these policies may be changed depending on the evaluation of the local activity of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and COVID-19 disease. It may also be altered based on changing policies from the CDC, TDHS, TEA, UIL, and/or TAPPS.
What to expect when visiting campus:
- Enter from the Administrative/Main Office doors
- Be prepared to answer screening questions about possible symptoms of COVID-19 or exposure to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 (this will include a temperature screening)
- Sign in using the Entry/Exit log upon entry and again when exiting
- Use hand sanitizer provided at the entrance
- Wear a mask/facial covering
- Maintain a minimum of 6 feet separation between yourself and others
Our goal is to keep all visitors to the school and our ASES community safe. We appreciate your cooperation and the abidance of the safety protocols that are in place for your protection.
State Immunization Requirements Remain in Effect during the pandemic. Please see the attached charts:
There are additional vaccine doses required for children entering Kindergarten and Seventh Grade. There are vaccines that are recommended for most children annually and especially for certain age groups. Please contact your healthcare provider or our Health Coordinator, Lisa Rozean if you have any questions. Lrozean@allsaintsschool.org
ANNUAL WELL-CHILD VISITS ARE RECOMMENDED FOR ALL CHILDREN
Don’t skip your child’s vaccines or checkups. Primary care practices everywhere have made adjustments in their processes and spaces to make sure it is safe for families to visit for appointments. Pediatricians have implemented strict safety measures and are offering video visits and other options.
It’s imperative that you keep your child on track with routine medical care. This will help to ensure that they’re healthy and have the immunizations needed to fight off preventable diseases.