Please keep your child home from school if they are exhibiting any of the following symptoms:
A fever over 100.4° Fahrenheit (F) or 38° Celsius (C) – Your child can return to school after they’ve been fever-free for 24 hours without medicines that treat or prevent fever.
Signs they are weak and tired. This is common with the flu.
Vomiting 2 times or more in a 24-hour period.
Coughing that disrupts normal activity.
Wheezing or shortness of breath.
Pain from earache, headache, sore throat, or recent injury.
Yellow or green drainage from the eye(s).
A new rash – Not all rashes mean your child must stay home from school. Check with their doctor or health care provider.
Positive diagnosis or suspicion of an infectious disease including but not limited to Covid, Measles, Strep Throat, Chickenpox, Pinkeye, Whooping Cough, Flu, etc.
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YouthLine is a free, confidential teen-to-teen crisis and help line. You can contact them with anything that may be bothering you. No problem is too big or too small for YouthLine!
Call: 877-968-8491 Text: 839863
YouthLine COVID-19 resource page.
Lines for Life provides multiple mental health resources
Mental Health Services main number 503-397-5211
Crisis number 503-782-4499
Toll free 1-800-294-5211
Multnomah County Health and Mental Health
Mental Health Crisis number 503-988-4888
Toll free 800-716-9769
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