Communicable Disease
The school principal, in consultation with District Health Services, determines when and to whom communicable disease notification letters are sent. Generally, if there is a physician confirmed case of a communicable illness within a classroom, a letter is sent to all parents/guardians of the children in that classroom. If 10% of the campus population has been physician confirmed, to have a certain communicable disease, a notification letter is sent to parents/guardians of the entire student body as advised by the Maricopa County Health Department. Information may also be relayed via school communication channels to alert parents about specific communicable diseases in the school.
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