Bluewater District School Board

Bluewater's COVID-19 Screening page

COVID-19 Screening

COVID-19 Daily Screening
Posted on 06/01/2021

Virus, umbrella, question markAll Bluewater District School Board students, staff, and essential visitors must complete a COVID-19 screening questionnaire daily at home and before leaving for the school/worksite.  Please note that we continue to use the provincial screening tool outlined below.  Any documentation we share provided by Grey Bruce Public Health is intended to supplement (or support) the provincial tool.

 Link to the online screening questionnaire for students and staff: 

 Link to paper screener for students, staff, and visitors: COVID-19 screening tool for schools and child care settings

The Ministry of Education may direct school boards and schools to perform daily on-site confirmation of self-screening, such as during a period of potential higher transmission (for example, after a holiday period).  During these periods, students in Grades 4-12 will provide their confirmation of self-screening verbally to their teacher.  Parents/guardians of students in kindergarten to Grade 3 will be required to complete and sign the form below for each child and return it to school daily during this period.

Grades K-3 Confirmation of Daily Self-Screening Form

Anyone who is sick or has any symptoms of illness, including those not listed in the online screening tool, should stay home and seek assessment from their health care provider if needed.
COVID-19 vaccine side effects: You can go to school/child care if you or anyone in your household got a COVID-19 vaccine in the last 48 hours and are experiencing any of these symptoms that are mild and only began after vaccination:
 ○ headache
 ○ fatigue (extreme tiredness)
 ○ muscle aches
 ○ joint pain

Grey Bruce Public Health has provided the following resource to assist with the decision-making process on whether or not isolation is required:

COVID-19 Isolation Decision Process for Community Cases

Bluewater District School Board is located on the traditional land of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation, which is represented by the communities of Saugeen First Nation and Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation.
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