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COVID Update - Week of May 16th-20th

Dear St. Amelia Families, Teachers and Support Staff,

During the week of May 16th-20th we had ten confirmed cases of COVID-19 on campus. Although down 6 cases from last week, we are certainly seeing an uptick in cases. COVID is presenting itself with a variety of symptoms from simple head cold symptoms to fever and vomiting. Please keep your child at home if he/she is sick. We have at home test kits available via request in the link below. Our school nurse, Mrs. Kibler, is able to test, with parent permission, students who exhibit mild symptoms of COVID-19. If the student is negative, he/she will be permitted to return to class. Students who exhibit a fever, are vomiting and/or have a severe headache will be sent home, regardless of test outcome. The school will continue its multi-layered approach to mitigate the spread of any illness in the building. If you would like to request a N95 mask(s) or a COVID test kit(s), please use this link here to notify our front office team. All students, parents, guardians, and siblings should continue to monitor their health for symptoms of COVID-19 and follow the guidelines from the Department of Health. If your child is ill or experiencing any of the symptoms of COVID-19, please keep your child at home, use an at-home test kit, and contact your medical provider for assistance. Please notify us via email of any COVID positive students to or Please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Katie McIntyre at, if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you and God Bless, Mrs. Katie McIntyre, Principal

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