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    Hazel Health Virtual Clinic - Available for all CUSD students through June, 2022. Sign-up at link.

    In addition to providing in-school and at-home healthcare for students, our partner Hazel Health shares useful health tips for families in their Healthy Habits series. 

    If you haven’t signed up for Hazel Health yet, please visit my.hazel.co/ceres

    Clínica Virtual Hazel Health - Disponible para todos los estudiantes de CUSD hasta Junio, 2022. Regístrese en el enlace.

    Además de brindar atención médica en la escuela y en el hogar para los estudiantes, nuestro socio Hazel Health comparte consejos de salud útiles para las familias en su serie Healthy Habits.

    Si aún no se ha registrado en Hazel Health, visite my.hazel.co/ceres.


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 VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS

HEALTH FORMS

 HEALTH INFORMATION/RESOURCES


Ceres Unified School District Nurses are dedicated to the health, safety and welfare of each student. 
CUSD nurses provide annual screenings to students. For more information, please contact your child's school. Parents can opt out of screenings or other health services by submitting a written statement to the school each year. 

We encourage you to keep your children home if they are sick and contact your health care provider if they develop flu-like symptoms.  Symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, headache, chills and fatigue. Remind your children to cough or sneeze into their elbow, not their hands, and remind them to wash their hands frequently with soap and water. 
American Academy of Pediatrics: When to keep kids home