Symptom Screener Symptom Screener
Selwyn
Elementary School
2840 Colony Road
Charlotte, NC 28211
Courier #: 522
P: 980-343-5835  |  F: 980-343-5864 
LC: Central 2
Bell Schedule: 7:45 AM - 2:45 PM
Grades: K-5
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Hello Selwyn Families,

We are so excited to welcome students back for in-person learning!  To ensure the safety and well-being of students and staff, before students can enter the building, all parents/guardians/caretakers must complete the Student Symptoms Screener. Please see below the steps for students arriving through morning carpool and those who will be transported by bus.

Morning Carpool

If a child will be dropped off in morning carpool, the following is the process for answering the Student Symptoms Screener. 

Ways that families can access the Student Symptoms Screener:

  • Via the student's email (will be sent at 4:00AM and 6:00AM)
  • On your CMS school website homepage right above the school report card (will need student ID)
  •  Paper copies at the school, if the school would like to submit copies
  • Via QR Code (will need student ID)

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A member of the Selwyn staff will ask to see the results of the screener on your device (phone, tablet, etc.). If there is a green check, Selwyn staff will take your child's temperature.  If there is a red "x," your child will not be able to enter the school building.

 

After you have completed the screener, your child's temperature will be taken while your child is in the car.  In the event your child has a temperature of 100.4 or higher, he/she will not be able to enter the school building.

 

Students Arriving by Bus

Bus riders will complete the transportation attestation weekly.  Selwyn staff will collect the attestation form from the bus driver.

If the student does not have the transportation attestation form completed, the options are:

     Student completes symptom screener on their own or with adult assistance

     School calls or texts parent to get responses

  • If a student is not showing symptoms, and the parent cannot be contacted, the student should be kept separate from other students in the nurse's office or another room, NOT the isolation room.
  • If a student is showing symptoms, and the parent cannot be contacted, the student should be kept in the isolation room.
  • The school should continue to contact the family throughout the day to get a response.
  • If the student is not showing symptoms, and the parent cannot be contacted by the end of the day, the student can go home on their regular transportation (including riding the bus).
  • If the student is showing symptoms, and the parent cannot be contacted by the end of the day, the school should contact transportation to arrange alternate transportation home, where the student will be isolated, A staff member of the school would need to go with the student.


Please call the school at 980-343-5835 if you have any questions.


Visit the CMS Return to In-Person Instruction Website or read about it for further information.

 

 


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