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  • IMPORTANT NOTICES FROM THE HEALTH OFFICE

    Sports Physical Requirements

    Current 7th graders:

    If your student plans to play sports during the 2021-22 school year, he/she must have a sports physical dated on/after May 1st, 2021 This is an NSAA requirement. Please send your child's physical to the middle school or email to caitlin.wilsey@plcschools.org

     Current 8th graders:

    If your student plans to play sports during the 2021-22 school year, he/she must have a sports physical dated on/after May 1st, 2021. This is an NSAA requirement. Please send your child's sports physical to the secretary at the high school athletics/activities office that your student will be attending.

    Monarchs- Terry Hoch terry.hoch@plcschools.org

    Papillion South- Becky Medeck becky.medeck@plcschools.org

    Action Plans (all grades)

    In order for your child to be cared for appropriately and safely, Papillion La Vista Community Schools asks that all parents with children who have asthma, severe allergies, diabetes or seizures keep an action plan on file in the health office. This includes students that self-manage their asthma or diabetes. All forms, including medication permits, are available for you to download from the district website at https://www.plcschools.org/parents under "Health Services", or from your school nurse. Please print the forms that you need and take them to your child’s doctor for updates. Send in the completed forms, with medications, to the school health office on or before the first day of school. Remember, new care plans are required each school year. Thank you for your cooperation.

    Medications

    On Tuesday May 18th, we will begin sending home medications that have been stored in the health office this year. We will send home inhalers and epi-pens on Thursday, May 20th. Any medications that are left at the school after Friday, May 21st, will be properly disposed of. If you do not want your child to bring their medication home, and you would rather pick it up yourself, please contact the health office at 402-514-3603. Thank you!

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  • Track Information

    Click Here for 2020-2021 Meet Schedule

    Boys and girls track season will begin Monday, March 22nd. Practice time: 3:20: 4:45pm. Bring all necessary gear to be able to practice outside.

    If practice or a meet is cancelled due to inclement weather, a Blackboard message will be sent out no later then 1:00pm.

    The Late bus will arrives at 5:00 p.m. for students involved in after school activities that NORMALLY ride a bus. It will only wait a minute or two as it has other stops to make.

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  • MAKE SCREENING PART OF YOUR MORNING ROUTINE!
    https://bit.ly/PLCSScreening


    Daily Screening Guidelines
    All families will need to complete a daily screening prior to arriving at school each day.
    It is VERY critical that if showing any symptom - stay home.
    Do your part to keep everyone healthy and safe. Complete the daily screener honestly!

    PLCS Partners with Children's Hospital & Medical Center to help families conduct daily screening for COVID-19
    Through a partnership with Children's Hospital, all PLCS families will have access to a screening app that can be completed daily on your phone or any device. This screening tool will walk families through a series of questions and give you action steps that need to be taken based on your answers. Daily screening is critical in keeping all students and staff healthy and in school.

    Click here to complete the COVID-19 Daily Screening Tool 

    Icon for the COVID-19 Daily Screening Tool

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  • COVID Guidelines

    If Someone in Your Household is Testing for COVID-19: If someone in your household is testing for COVID, the district policy is for ALL students in your household from any of the PLC schools to stay home until the test results come in. We ask this in case the results come back positive.

    Before a student may return to school, we need a copy of the test results, negative and positive.

    You may email a copy to our nurse Caitlin Wilsey @ caitlin.wilsey@plcschools.org or fax a copy to 402-932-8452. Thank you for helping us keep all our students safe!

    Protocol if your student has been exposed to confirmed COVID, follow the guidelines below:

     

    COVID Guidelines

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  • Visitors to the Building

    Visitors will be greeted through the intercom/doorbell system with screening questions. Our secretaries are required to ask these questions. If you have something to drop off, we will ask you to leave it in the Drop Zone and we will come retrieve it. Depending on other needs, we will work with you on the best way to meet your needs while also limiting visitors to the building. An appointment or phone call will need to be made if you are needing to come into the building and a mask will be required.

    Please make sure when you are dropping items off, you have your student's name on it. Having items, especially personal items in bags would appreciated.

     

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  • PLV Cares Crisis Hotline

    Papillion La Vista Community Schools has implemented a crisis hotline for students and parents to use FREE of charge. Are you concerned about your child? Do you have family issues and need some extra support? Call 531-444-CARE (2273) for FREE counseling 24/7. #PLVCares

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  • Be in the Know...
    Want to stay connected to your child's school? Do you want to know what activities are taking place today? Interested in your student’s grades or attendance? Be in the know with the District App! Don't miss out on this great communication tool. Download the FREE School District app today to stay connected!

    The PLC Schools App Features:
    Calendar of Activities, Attendance, Lunch Menus and Account Balances, Library Info, Secondary Grades, Sports Schedules, Staff Directory and more!

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