Parents are required to take their student’s temperature at home and perform a Daily Self Assessment
on their student prior to arriving on campus. The form will not be collected at school and wellness screenings will no longer be entered using the SchoolPass app; however, this daily assessment is an important step in preventing the spread of COVID-19 in our community. If you identify any symptoms of COVID-19 or possible exposure, please keep your child home and contact Karen Hurst for next steps.
The Pegasus School reserves the right to check a student’s temperature during the school day as deemed necessary (with a non-contact thermal thermometer or ear thermometer) and may also do random temperature checks. The Pegasus School recognizes a temperature of 100°F or greater as a fever, requiring the student to stay at home. There is a mandatory rule to stay out of school for 24 hours after the fever breaks, without the aid of fever-reducing medication.
If your child does not feel well, and/or is showing signs of fever, cough, shortness of breath or other signs of illness or COVID-19, please keep him/her home. This is the best defense against the spread of COVID-19, as well as many other contagious diseases, including influenza.
All students who ride the bus on a particular morning must be pre-screened at home using the Daily Self Assessment
. Bus monitors will carry antiseptic wipes and a first aid kit on the bus. Eating and drinking on the bus will not be allowed.
The bus monitor reserves the right to refuse entry to the bus for any student who exhibits any of the following symptoms:
The parent or guardian who drops the student off at the bus stop is required to wait until the child has been admitted to the bus before leaving the parking lot.