Health & Safety Plan

SF Day Health and Safety Plan

SF Day’s Health and Safety Plan is designed to reduce risk according to these parameters. By keeping our students in stable cohorts, minimizing adult interaction, and emphasizing the importance of physical distancing and facial coverings, we can reduce risk of exposure. 

 

Families play a critical role in this effort. In the interest of our collective health, it is essential that the home-school partnership is strongly aligned in mitigating the risk of exposure to COVID-19 within our communities. Success, both as individual community members and as a full community, depends upon clear expectations, norms, and protocols that must be adhered to in order to preserve our health and safety. 

The guide has been updated to align with the August 2021 Directive and San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) Guidance for TK-12 SchoolsSF Day’s Health and Safety Plan is designed to reduce risk according to these parameters. By keeping our students in stable cohorts, minimizing adult interaction, and emphasizing the importance of physical distancing and facial coverings, we can reduce risk of exposure. 

Updated Health and Safety Plan for 2021-22

Last Update: September 22, 2021

 

What do I do if my child feels sick or has symptoms? 

  • Email health@sfday.org for guidance and the SF Day Care Team will advise on specific guidance. 
  • Review the below SFDPH guidance and schedule a test for your child if needed. 

 

Our Collective Health & Safety

Practice Makes Progress!

Below are some ways to help your child prepare for returning to campus.

Magnus Health 

Submit COVID vaccine and testing data for employees and students. Secure, HIPAA compliant, and easy to use, Magnus Health makes this process safer and easier for all. 

Please refer to these instructions on how to access Magnus Health. 

 

COVID Testing 

CityHealth has same-day and walk-up appointments available with a quick turnaround.