Physical Health Topics
Does your child need medications during the school day?
All medications, even over the counter medications, need a BVSD medication authorization form completed by your provider.
Please refer to the BVSD health services website for medication order forms, including the Colorado standardized health care plans for asthma, seizures, & anaphylaxis allergies. These forms are listed under Health Resources > Student Health Forms.
Please bring your child's medication order or state action plan along with the medication to the health room. Students are not permitted to drop off their own medications to the health room.
Positive Tests and Exposures/Quarantines
Any individual who tests positive for COVID must isolate at home for at least 5 days after symptoms began and until:
1. They have had no fever for at least 24 hours — without the use of fever-reducing medicines, AND
2. Symptoms are improving
If symptoms do not develop, count 5 days from when the test was administered
*A negative COVID test is NOT required to return after testing positive.
If exposed to a positive household member or other individual you should follow these quarantine guidelines based on your vaccination status.
Use the CDC covid calculator to determine when to return to school. Students who test positive should isolate for 5 days, returning on day 6. The day the test or the onset day of his symptoms, whichever came first would be counted as day 0.
Isolation & Exposure Calculator
For more information visit BVSD Health and Safety Protocols