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School Nurse » COVID-19 Protocols

COVID-19 Protocols

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Millburn School District is carefully monitoring and responding to information as we receive it, surrounding COVID-19. The safety of our students, staff, faculty and community is our highest priority. We receive our information from the Centers for Disease Control CDC, as well as the New Jersey Department of Health NJDOH, our local health department LHD Johns Hopkins University Center for Science and Engineering JHU and the US State Department State Department Travel Advisory
  • Handwashing and sanitizing stations throughout the buildings.
  • Adherence to the quarantine and isolation requirements as determined by current health department recommendations.
  • Cleaning protocols throughout the building.
How you can help:
  • Inform the school nurse immediately if someone in the household is diagnosed with COVID-19
  • Monitor your child's health and do not send your child to school if they are sick
  • Pick up your child promptly if he or she becomes unwell during the school day
  • Update Powerschool with emergency contacts that are close at hand and available to pick up your child if you are unavailable
When a student complains of not feeling well:
Symptoms of COVID-19

If a student presents with one or more symptoms consistent with COVID-19 symptoms that student will be required to provide an alternative diagnosis and test negative before returning to school.


As per the New Jersey Department of Health guidelines:

    • The student MUST stay home from school for 5 days from when symptoms first appeared, AND
    • MUST be fever-free for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications, AND
    • MUST wear a mask for 5 days upon return to school


A student who has a household contact who has a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, IF UNVACCINATED will be required to quarantine for 5 days and can return to school on day 6 with a negative test. The student must continue to wear a mask for the full 10 days. VACCINATED students do not need to quarantine but it is recommended they wear a mask for 10 days and get tested on day 5.


If you, your child, or any member of your household, tests positive for COVID-19, please contact your school nurse as soon as possible.
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