- Health and Safety
Health and Safety
Parkview Elementary School works with the Gloucester County Department of Health to protect students from spreading communicable diseases. In order to protect other students and employees, it is important that students are kept home when they are too sick for school.
Gloucester County Emergency Rental Assistance
Gloucester County has
received funds from the
U.S. Department of Treasury
to provide rental relief to
landlords and tenants through
the Emergency Rental and
Utility Assistance Program
(ERAP). Gloucester County
will provide rental households
financial assistance for unpaid
rent and/or utility bills due to
impact of COVID-19.
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The Westville School District is committed to the health and safety of our students and staff. The NJDOE has issued guidance for schools regarding the Coronavirus and we are following all recommendations.
Symptoms that indicate a student is too sick for school
If your child has ANY of the following symptoms, please keep him/her home from school or make appropriate arrangements for your child. It will become necessary for you to pick your child up from school if he/she demonstrates any of the following symptoms while attending school:
- FEVER- Temperature of 99.9 degrees F or higher. Students may return when fever- free for 24 hours (WITHOUT the use of fever-reducing medications such as Tylenol or Motrin)
- VOMITING- A student can return to school 24 hours after last episode of vomiting.
- RASH or SKIN LESIONS
- CONJUCTIVITIS (PINK EYE)- if discharge from eye is present, student will need evaluation from a health care provider before returning to school.
The State of New Jersey recommends that your child have a yearly well child examination with their physician. Well child exams are important tools to insure that your child is growing and developing well. They are a great time to ask your physician any questions you may have regarding your child. Well child examinations at ages 4-6, 11, and 16 are required for immunizations. Please be sure to provide our school nurse with proof of any immunizations provided to your child and keep a copy for your own records. You can obtain a copy of our Report of Physical Examination, form by clicking the link below or contacting our school nurse.
According to N.J.A.C 6A:16-2.2, all students must be screened for scoliosis biennially (every 2 years) between the ages of 10 and 18. Students will be screened during their 5th grade year at Parkview. Parents/Guardians of 5th grade students will receive a letter from the school nurse indicating the timeframe for screening as well as information regarding scoliosis. If you wish to exempt your child from this screening process, you must submit a written request.