Nurse'S Corner


Medical forms

Covid Testing Letter

Opt In Student Form

Medical Forms

These forms will be given out by the School Nurse, however, the forms below are here for your convenience to be able to bring to the doctors or if you have misplaced your forms.

COVID-19 Resource Page


St. John the Baptist School - Updated Travel Guidelines

As we prepare for April recess, the school would like to update you on the current information provided by the CDC and DPH regarding travel advisory information due to COVID-19. As of Thursday, April 1, our guidelines will be changing as domestic travelers are no longer required to quarantine when entering Massachusetts. Regardless of travel updates, the state of Massachusetts and the Center for Disease Control continue to emphasize that we follow all COVID-19 safety protocols during this time, including consistent hand hygiene and the wearing of masks on public transportation and indoors in U.S. transportation hubs.

Protect Yourself and Others - During Travel

  • Follow all state, tribal, local and territorial health recommendations and requirements at your destination, including properly wearing a well-fitting mask.

  • Wearing a mask over your nose and mouth is required in indoor areas of public transportation (including on airplanes, buses, trains, and other forms of public Transportation) traveling into, within, or out of the United States and indoors in U.S. transportation hubs (including airports and stations). Travelers are not required to wear a mask in outdoor areas of a conveyance (like on open deck areas of a ferry or the uncovered top deck of a bus).

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water or use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.

After Travel

  • We will no longer require students to stay home and quarantine after travel.

  • We ask that you monitor your child(ren) for COVID-19 symptoms; isolate and get tested if symptoms appear.

·Important notice: The school continues to urge families to be accurate and honest.

  • As a school community, we have followed detailed procedures established by local, state and national health agencies as it pertains to keeping our school safe. Accurately reporting health status will continue to ensure a safe environment for in-person instruction.

  • Please refer to the CDC website for additional information regarding COVID-19.

Please continue to follow the necessary, ongoing COVID safety protocols that will help to ensure the health and safety of all staff and students.

Updated COVID Guidelines - April 2022

In an effort to keep our school community safe, as well as practice within the current CDC recommendations, we are updating our COVID guidelines as referenced below.

If your child presents with more than one symptom, they should be tested before they return to school. If you have not already consented to receiving tests at home, you can click on the link and sign up. This form should be filled out and sent back to school. If you would like to opt into having your child tested at school if they are a close contact or if they present with Covid symptoms, please click on this link. At School Testing: Click here to Consent

If your student(s) tests POSITIVE for COVID (regardless of vaccination status):

  • They must stay home for FIVE days.

  • They can return to school on day SIX as long as they no longer have symptoms.

  • They will be required to wear a mask while at school for FIVE additional days.

  • Re-testing/proof of a negative test result is not required.

If your child has a fever, he or she must continue to stay home until their fever resolves and is fever free for 24 hours without medication.

If your student(s) were EXPOSED to someone with COVID (regardless of vaccination status):

  • No quarantine period is necessary. They may return to school with a mask if they are asymptomatic. Testing on day FIVE is required, either via an at-home test or at school by the nurse. Please note that you will need to have completed the online consent in order to have your student tested at school. If you wish to test your child at home, proof of a negative test is required.

  • If they develop symptoms at any point following exposure, testing is required.

  • Masks can be removed after day FIVE if they are asymptomatic and negative.

  • If at any point your student tests positive, please refer to the guidelines above.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the school nurse.




Flu Shot Resources

This page will contain all the information you need to stay up to date on Massachusetts new flue shot mandate.

Flu and Flu shot resource and information