St. Patrick's High School

Announcements

Catch-Up Immunization Clinics for Grade 7/8 Students

Every year, Ottawa Public Health provides the opportunity for grade 7/8 students to receive their immunizations for Hepatitis B, Meningococcal C and HPV. This year, OPH was not able to come to the school to do the vaccinations. They are running several catch-up clinics for families to be able to attend, including one at St. Patrick's. These are by appointment early. Call in advance to get the time/date that you prefer. Please see the following information sheets for further explanation:

Letter from Ottawa Public Health ENGLISH FRENCH

Hepatitis B Vaccine Information Sheet ENGLISH FRENCH

Meningococcal C Vaccine Information Sheet ENGLISH FRENCH

HPV Vaccine Information Sheet ENGLISH FRENCH

COVID screening and isolation criteria for students - new as of Feb 22

You may have heard on the news that the province has changed the COVID screening criteria and mandatory isolation periods for students

Parents MUST ensure that the screening is completed each day prior to coming to school. The OPH screening tool has been changed and the updated version is found on our website (below).

Please see the following Key Messages from Ottawa Public Health (English), Key Messages from Ottawa Public Health (French)

Screening Tool and Return to School Attestation Form from Ottawa Public Health

Ottawa Public Health has provided the following OPH Daily Screening Tool for students. This can be used by parents to assist their students with the screening tool. Parents must ensure that students are screened daily prior to coming to school. Thanks for your help!

***** Here is the Ottawa Public Health screening tool for High School students. Students will be asked each day if they have completed this screening prior to coming to school.

The Screening Tool is available in multiple languages, including English, French, Arabic, Somali, Spanish and simplified Chinese. Please click HERE to go to the OPH website. Then, look for the tab in the list that says: COVID-19 Screening Tools.

The following is the OPH Daily Screening Tool for adults (staff, etc. - also students who are over 18 and for post-secondary institutions and workplaces).

The following is an attestation form from Ottawa Public Health for parents to use when children are ready to come back to school after being away due to illness or isolation. Please bring the form to the office (or it can be emailed) for us to keep on file. It can also be emailed to the school.

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