Stanislaus County Office of Education is working closely with Stanislaus County Government officials to monitor and respond to the changing situation.
We encourage schools and districts to utilize the following information and resources.
Click on the following links:
Update on School (K-12) and Childcare Facilities: Interim CDC Guidance in Response to H1N1 Virus Updated as of October 2009.
H1N1 (swine flu) Q & A Link
H1N1 School Action Kit Contents
Letter from Superintendent
Parent Letter English - October 23
Parent Letter Spanish - October 23
Parent Letter English - September 25
Parent Letter Spanish - September 25
Parent Letter English - August 31
Parent Letter Spanish - August 31
Sample Parent Letters:
Parent Letter English - August 14
Parent Letter Spanish - August 14
Initial Outbreak - English
Initial Outbreak - Spanish
School Dismissal - English
School Re-admit Form - English
School Re-Admin Form - Spanish
Sample Parent Messages:
Phone message #1 - Script
Phone message #2 - Script
Click here for a copy of
Pandemic Plan Template
Swine Flu Poster - English/Spanish
Cover Cough Flyer
Germ Free Zone
Hand Washing - English
Hand Washing - Spanish
Keep Our School Healthy
The Stanislaus County Office of Education continues to work closely with county health officials in monitoring and responding to this situation at the local level. This year schools are reporting attendance data directly to the Stanislaus County Health Services agency which is monitoring school absence rates. Local health officials are working closely with state and federal health authorities.
In addition schools will follow the key federal guidelines below which are supported by our state and local public health officials:
What are the symptoms of H1N1 flu?
Symptoms of H1N1 virus are similar to those of regular human flu and include;
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