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Register here to attend the online Zoom school board meeting on October 22, 2020.

Per LASD Policy 006  and Title 65 Public Officers of PA Code, the public can make comments on agenda items and non-agenda items.   Public comment on agenda items occurs at the beginning of the meeting, and public comment on non-agenda items occurs at the end of the meeting.  The member of the public must be a resident of the Lewisburg Area School District, state his/her name, and state his/her address.  

To allow for public comments during School Board meetings that necessitate the use of Zoom for public participation, we ask that members of the public complete this survey.   Members of the public will be prompted to list their names, addresses, and comments to have their comments heard for agenda items and non-agenda items.  The comments, along with the names and addresses of the members of the public, will be read out loud at the appropriate sections of the meeting.   Members of the public can add their comments before or during the meeting.  Please note this time is for the board to listen to comments from the public – questions will not be answered.

Members of the community may direct non-public communications to the School Board via email at schoolboard@lasd.us

School Nurse Update

Daily Student Health Checks

Parents/Guardians are reminded that prior to each school day, they should conduct a health check of their child(ren), which includes taking a temperature.   Any child with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or over should be kept home from school.

If a child displays any of these symptoms, the parent/guardian will be asked to keep the child home until cleared by a primary care physician or is symptom-free and fever-free without fever reducing medication for 72 hours.

  • fever (100.4)
  • cough
  • shortness of breath
  • difficulty breathing
  • loss of taste and/or smell

If a child displays two or more of these symptoms, with or without a fever, the parent/guardian will be asked to keep the child home until cleared by a primary care physician or is symptom-free and fever-free without fever reducing medication for 72 hours.

  • fever (100.4)
  • cough
  • shortness of breath
  • difficulty breathing
  • loss of taste and/or smell
  • sore throat
  • runny nose/congestion
  • chills
  • diarrhea
  • nausea/vomiting
  • headache, especially with onset of fever
  • muscle pain

Since many of these symptoms are the same symptoms for common ailments such as strep throat, cold/flu, seasonal allergies, and asthma, we recommend that parents/guardians consult with their primary care physicians since the child may need medical attention.    

Let the School Nurse Know

If your child or member of the household has tested positive for COVID-19 or is being tested for COVID-19, let the school nurse know.   If your child has been ordered to quarantine by the Pennsylvania Department of Health or a medical professional, let the nurse know.

Visits to the Health Office

Visits to the Health Office will be limited to illness or routine, physician-prescribed medication distribution.

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