COVID-19 & health resources
A health guide to when your child(ren) should stay home
We ask that all parents use this Daily Morning Health Screening with your child(ren) each day before school. Please be diligent about keeping your children home if they have any symptoms and call our school office at 612-781-2643. We will be using this COVID flowchart to guide our decisions, which reflects recent updates from the MDH decision tree.
Click here for a list of MDH testing sites: locations/community-testing.
If a child is on a prescription medication, our preference is to have the parents administer the medication at home. If this is not possible at the necessary times of administration please contact the health office. Non- prescription medication will not be provided by the school. If parents would like to have the health office staff give their child Ibuprofen, acetaminophen, cough drops, etc., they must send the medication to the health office in a ziplock bag with the child’s name and grade level clearly marked. Parents must also sign a form giving our staff permission to administer these medications. Parents will be notified via email each time our staff gives their child medication. Click here for health forms. For questions, please call the health office at 612-787-1131.
Read the Weekly Update 3 - September 23, 2021 for the latest news on what’s happening at St. Charles School. Submissions: To submit an article for the Weekly Update, please send your submission by Tuesday at 2 pm to the school office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the Weekly Update 2 - September 16, 2021 for the latest news on what’s happening at St. Charles School. Submissions: To submit an article for the Weekly Update, please send your submission by Tuesday at 2 pm to the school office at email@example.com.
The St. Charles Annual School Marathon is around the corner! Mark your calendar for the Marathon on Saturday, October 2, and start fundraising now. We hope you found your Marathon packet and sponsor log in your Back to School packet. The Marathon is our school’s...