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انقر فوق الزر "ترجمة" أعلى الصفحة لترجمة النص

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متن کا ترجمہ کرنے کے لیے صفحہ کے اوپری حصے میں ترجمہ کے بٹن پر کلک کریں۔

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January 7, 2024

Hello, Skokie73.5 Families,

We hope you had a restful holiday break. By now, you have probably heard that there is an increase in respiratory illnesses that has impacted most states across the U.S. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the current risk of developing a respiratory illness in Illinois is classified as being in the “high” category. As a reminder, Skokie73.5 follows the guidance of the Skokie Health Department (SHD), which falls in line with guidance from the CDC and Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH).

Relatedly, we are sending  a reminder about when to send your student(s) to school, and when to keep your student(s) home.

If your child has cold symptoms or a mild cough, including a stuffy/runny nose or sneezing, please send them to school. If your child is healthy, but a family member is sick, please send your child to school.

If your child has any of the following, please keep your child home from school and notify the school nurse. Students should be symptom free for 24 hours without the use of medication before returning to school.

  • fever (100.4°F or higher)
  • vomiting
  • diarrhea
  • new rash

Additional information, which can be translated on our website, about when to keep your child at home or send your child to school can be found on the Health Services page.

Thank you for your partnership to keep our buildings as healthy as possible. We can't wait to see our students when school resumes on Monday!


Your Skokie73.5 Administrative Team