Spring 2022 Checklist

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Please review this checklist before coming to school. For your convenience, we have provided one-page handouts below with the entire checklist that you can download and print. 

Daily Health Screening 

Before your child leaves home, please answer these questions:

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 10 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.

For more information, visit sfusd.edu/dailyhealthscreening 

Helpful Phone Numbers 

SFUSD COVID-19 Support Line: (415) 660-9850

Report if your student tests positive for COVID-19, is symptomatic, or is a close contact.

Color Testing Support Line: (844) 352-6567

Get assistance if you need help with on-site and drop off COVID-19 self-swab tests by Color.

SFUSD Student Family Resource Link: (415) 340-1716

Get support navigating SFUSD resources for SFUSD students, families, and staff.

What to Bring to School 

  • Face Mask (pack one extra mask)
  • Water Bottle (label with name) 
  • SFUSD Laptop or Device (and charger) 
  • Personal Hand Sanitizer 
  • Extra Clothing for Warmth

Don't Bring: Toys or Items to Share 

When Someone Gets Sick 

Learn about COVID-19 isolation and quarantine protocols for when there is a positive case at school. 

To learn more, click here

Short-Term Independent Study 

Request short-term asynchronous instruction for your child if they are missing school due to COVID-19. 

To learn more, click here

Get Tested 

Proactive COVID testing before returning can prevent exposures, outbreaks and unnecessary missed days of school.

Testing Options in San Francisco: sf.gov/gettested 

SFUSD Testing Options:

  • Home Testing
  • Self-Swab Kits 
  • Mobile Rapid Testing 

Get testing locations and dates 

Get Vaccinated 

Anyone 5 years and older is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.

Find a vaccination site near you:

sf.gov/getvaccinated 

or call (628) 652-2700

Get Boosted 

COVID-19 Boosters are approved for anyone vaccinated 12 years and older. 

Find a booster site near you:

sf.gov/booster

or call (628) 652-2700