District Nurse: Kristie Barber, kbarber@gisu.org802-372-6921 ext. 2016
Grand Isle Health Assistant: Desiree Maltais, dmaltais@gisu.org802-372-8866


With only approximately 6 weeks left of school please remember:

If your child tests positive for COVID please notify the school at your earliest convenience, so we can share our most recent guidelines and notify any presumptive contacts. We have antigen tests kits available.

If you have a feverYour child should stay home until at least 24 hours after a fever (temperature of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher) is gone. Temperature should be measured without the use of fever-reducing medicines.

Likewise, if your child’s symptoms are digestive (nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhea), stay home 24 hours after symptoms have resolved.

Please reach out to Nurse Kristie with any questions or concerns.

The Grand Isle Supervisory Union follows the latest guidance from the Vermont Department of Health in managing COVID-19 cases in our community. This guidance changes frequently as the State of Vermont manages changing conditions. Please check here for updates to our policies periodically; we will do our best to keep this page updated with the current state guidance.

Please contact our school's Health Office staff with any questions.