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Daily Screening

Before Coming to School

Daily Health Screening

Staying home when sick is a meaningful way that we protect each other from the spread of COVID-19

Answer these questions for yourself or your child every day before coming to school:

Has your child had any symptoms listed below that are new or different from usual?

  • Fever (100.4°F/38°C or higher) or chills
  • Cough
  • Headache
  • Sore throat
  • Loss of taste or smell that started in the last ten days (Children may say that food “tastes bad” or “tastes funny”)
  • Feeling out of breath or having a hard time breathing
  • Diarrhea, nausea, or vomiting
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle aches or body aches

If your child has any of the symptoms above:

  • Contact your child’s doctor, and have your child tested for COVID-19.
  • Keep your child at home until you get their test results.
  • Contact your child’s school.

If you are not fully vaccinated, in the past 10-14 days, have you had “close contact” with anyone who has COVID-19 during their contagious period?

  • If your child was fully vaccinated for COVID-19, they can keep going to school. Consider having them tested for 3-5 days after their close contact.
  • If your child was not fully vaccinated for COVID-19, they must stay home. Follow the quarantine instructions.

Have you tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 10 days?

  • If you or your child(ren) answered yes, please stay at home.
  • If you or your child(ren) answered no, you can keep going to school.

Get more information on what to do for COVID-19 symptoms, exposures, and positive tests.

Employee

Screening

Screen Before Work Every Day

All TCSOS employees are required to submit a daily self-screening before coming to the office for the day. SJCOE/CodeStack created this tool to alert and help track any COVID-19 exposure in the workplace. This information is vital to maintaining a safe working environment.

Schools Self Screening App

Screen in using the Schools Self Screening App (Smartphones)

Schools Self Screening Website

Web-based App (All Web-Connected Devices)

Getting Started

With the Screening App

Setting up the Schools Self Screening App

Using the Schools Self Screening app is an easy way to complete your daily COVID-19 health screening. Follow these easy instructions to download, install, and set up your Smartphone to use the App.

Download App

To start, download the Schools Self Screening app in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

Sign Into the App

Once in the app, sign in using your Agency (TCSOS), Employee ID, Last Name, and Date of Birth. Contact HR if you need your Employee ID.

Screen Daily

For each day you’re scheduled to work, log into the app, select the location(s) you plan to visit and complete the health screening questions.

Schools Self Screening Presentation

Schools Self Screening Manual