Student COVID-19 Screening
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In order to ensure community health and safety, EMUHSD has developed the following screening options for students to enter any district campus as efficiently as possible. Students may use any of the following 3 options to enter a school campus.
Please also note, facial coverings are required indoors and strongly recommended outdoors.
Students exhibiting any of the following NEW or Worsening symptoms shall not attend school:
- Student “Fast Pass” Card
- Students who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 may request a special "Fast Pass" student card, which will be valid for the 2021-2022 School Year.
- Students must present this "Fast Pass" card upon entry to any EMUHSD campus to skip the screening process.
- Qualifying students must complete the request form at www.emuhsd.org/aefastpass
- This voluntary option requires valid proof of COVID-19 vaccination must be presented at the school site in order to qualify.
- Schools will provide instructions for obtaining the photo identification once the form is complete and proof of vaccination is received.
- If a student is unable to present the "Fast Pass" card at a gate, they must participate in Option 3.
- Daily Digital Fast Pass Via Student Email
- A digital daily fast pass will allow students to skip the COVID-19 screening questions at the gate.
- Before leaving for school every morning, students using this option will need to complete the daily COVID-19 at-home screener via our student portal (covid.emuhsd.org).
- Once completed, a digital Fast Pass will be sent to the student's EMUHSD email if they are clear to attend school physically. Based on screener responses, if physical access is not granted, students cannot report to the physical campus.
- This digital daily fast pass must be presented at any entry point via printout or by showing the Fast Pass on a mobile device. The digital Fast Pass is only valid for the date specified.
- If a student is unable to present the digital fast pass at a gate, they must participate in Option 3.
- Traditional Screening Process
- The traditional COVID-19 screening process includes a temperature check and having the students answer some basic questions about if they've had any recent symptoms, if they've had contact with anyone suspected or actually has CoronaVirus within the last 10 days, or if they are currently subject to a quarantine/isolation order.
- This traditional screening process will remain in effect at all entry points for those who do not possess or cannot present options 1 or 2.