Spring 2022 Checklist (in multiple languages)

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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. Handouts are available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Arabic, Tagalog, and Samoan

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 

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 Vaccinated 

Check sf.gov/getvaccinated to find out if you or your child is eligible. 

Find a vaccination site near you:

sf.gov/getvaccinated 

or call (628) 652-2700

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 Boosted 

Find out how to stay up-to-date with your vaccination. 

Find a booster site near you:

sf.gov/booster

or call (628) 652-2700