Visiting Buildings

The health and safety of our students, staff, and families is a top priority. Before entering any District building, all students, staff, families and visitors must attest to the statements below. A temperature scan will be required upon entry as well. 

1. Wear a Face CoveringFace Covering

I am aware of the CDC recommendation and the District’s requirement to wear a face covering or mask while on District property.

2. Fever-freeThermometer

I have checked my temperature and do not have a fever (higher than 100.0 F). Please see information regarding temperature screenings below.

3. Healthy, No Symptoms


I feel well and do not have symptoms of a cough, shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, fever, chills, sore throat, or a new loss of taste or smell.

4. No Recent ExposureVirus

In the past 14 days, I have not been in close contact with anyone suspected or lab-confirmed with COVID-19.

5. Diagnosis or Testing?Test

I am not currently clinically diagnosed as having COVID-19 or awaiting medically-directed COVID-19 test results.

6. Not Quarantined

I have not been asked to self-isolate or quarantine by a medical professional or local public health official.

7. No Travel

I have not traveled to any of the states listed by NYS as having travel restrictions within the last two weeks.

8. Clean Hands

I am aware of the CDC recommendation for handwashing and the use of hand sanitizer.


Mandatory Temperature Scan

All students, families, visitors and staff must have their temperature scanned upon entering a District building. You may wait 15 minutes and retake your temperature if higher than 100.0 F. If your second reading is still over the limit, you will be denied entry.

Fever-free (100.0 F and lower)
Entrance is permitted with a reading of 100.0 F and lower. 

Fever (Higher than 100.0 F)
If a reading is higher than 100.0 F, entrance into the building will not be allowed. 

Parents or guardians of a student with fever (greater than 100.0 F) should call their child's primary care provider and/or the Upstate University Hospital COVID-19 Hotline: (315) 464-3979.

Staff denied entry must notify supervisor by phone, contact the Office of Human Resources at (315) 435-4171 and consult their healthcare provider and/or the Upstate University Hospital COVID-19 Hotline: (315) 464-3979.