Natasha Howell and Tami Finley, Timber Creek’s nurses, want to share some important information with students and the community before you head back to school on August 26, 2020. Find details on Medication and Health Form Drop Off, COVID Details and more in this article.

Medication and Health Form Drop Off

A medication and health form drop off has been scheduled for Monday, August 24 from 9-11 am.

This is the time you will need to bring any medications your student will need and all appropriate health forms needed for the school year.

Health forms can be found at this link

Everyday Student, Staff and Visitor Screening

Each school day, students, staff and visitors will be asked to fill out a critical COVID Health Screening questionnaire. Find the buttons to access these at the top of Talon, within the Talon app, on the official Keller ISD and Timber Creek websites and below.

Graphic: checklist icon with the text: Student Screening Graphic: checklist icon with the text: Employee/Visitor Screening

These screeners are very important, not only to self-check if a community member may have symptoms of the virus, but also for contract tracing if an outbreak occurs in school. Form data is secured and is only used for COVID screening purposes.

COVID Procedures

Keller ISD Health Services shared the following presentation detailing the procedures for dealing with students who are suspected of having COVID-19 symptoms while at school, plus additional prevention and mitigation information:

COVID Student Focused (PDF Download)

COVID Student Focused

Keller ISD Additional COVID Information

Keller ISD has provided many district resources to focus on the three steps of combating the virus: Prevention, Mitigation, and Response.

Find all their documentation on the official Keller ISD website here:

For additional questions for our campus nurses, please see this page for their contact information:

By Timber Creek Talon

The Timber Creek Talon is the student news service for Timber Creek High School in Keller Independent School District.

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