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Contact us/staffing

Bellehaven has a half time nurse and a full-time health assistant. It is our hope that the health office has someone to service our students at all times.

 

Contact info: (505) 298-7489

Bellehaven Health office phone: (505) 298-7489  Ext: 31118

 

Please do not ever send a child with a fever to school. Even if fever is brought down with tylenol/acetaminophen or ibuprofen. Familiarize yourself with sick day guidelines.

 

Go through the checklist below, EVERYDAY with your child before sending him/her to school

https://www.aps.edu/schools/reentry-plan/aps-student-daily-covid-19-questionnaire

 

Medication at school forms:

Medication forms (Allergy, asthma, daily medication, etc.) and Medication Policy

https://www.aps.edu/nursing/nursing-forms

Immunization exemption application and instructions

https://www.nmhealth.org/about/phd/idb/imp/sreq/

 

 

Important COVID-19 information

COVID symptoms at school decision tree

If your students presents with any of the following symptoms, they will be sent home to quarantine for 10 days:

 

Fever

chills

cough

shortness of breath

difficulty breathing

fatigue

muscle

body aches

headache

loss of smell or taste

sore throat

congestion or runny nose

nausea or vomiting, diarrhea

 

Quarantine can be shortened if a negative COVID PCR test is obtained AND symptoms improve, including being fever free for 24 hours without medication intervention. The health office or principal will ask for proof of testing results and test type before allowing your student back on campus.

 

This is in accordance with the New Mexico PED COVID19 Response Toolkit. You can find the tool kit at this link: https://webnew.ped.state.nm.us/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/NMPED_COVID19ResponseToolkit_PublicSch0823_PublicVersion.pdf

 

PCR testing can be found at curative.com or vaulthealth.com/covid

 

APS does not endorse any specific testing facility or products, these are just recommendations.

 

 

Below is the link for the APS Nursing services information for the COVID-19 virus

https://www.aps.edu/nursing/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19

 

APS follows CDC guidelines. Below is CDC Coronavirus (COVID-19) information and facts on protection, symptoms, and next steps if you or your child get sick

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

Go through the checklist below before sending your child to school:

https://www.aps.edu/schools/reentry-plan/aps-student-daily-covid-19-questionnaire

 

Here are key points in safety measures implemented by APS:

https://www.aps.edu/schools/reentry-plan/safety-measures

 

As many have already heard the best way to prevent illness is to:

wash hands frequently

wear a mask

maintain social distancing (6 feet away at all times)

when coughing/sneezing, do it into a cloth/elbow. Wash up after as soon as you can.

 

Here is a great hand washing video:

https://www.pathlms.com/nasn/courses/24751/video_presentations/176934

Lavarse las Manos

https://www.pathlms.com/nasn/courses/24751/video_presentations/177398

Face coverings video:

https://www.pathlms.com/nasn/courses/24751/video_presentations/176935

Usar una Cubierta de Tela Para la Cara:

https://www.pathlms.com/nasn/courses/24751/video_presentations/177400

 

By federal law, COVID-19 testing, vaccination, and treatment is free, even if you are not insured: no matter your immigration status. Social security number or government ID may be request but is not required. Please see the following flyers for further information:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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