Health Screenings*

To be given access to campus, all individuals must be symptom-free and have tested negative in a surveillance test, which will be administered on a weekly basis on campus.

In order to access the Saint Mary's Hall campus, all students, faculty, and staff must:

Additionally, we ask parents to keep a close eye on their children and to keep them home if they are not feeling well. Please do not come to campus if the answer is “yes” to any of these questions, which must be answered daily through the online form we have set up:  

  • Close Contact - Within the last 14 days, have you had close contact with someone who is currently sick with suspected or confirmed COVID-19?

Close contact is defined as less than 6 ft. separation for more than 15 minutes of uninterrupted or sustained contact within the same day, with or without a mask.

  • 24-Hour Temperature - Within the last 24 hours, have you had a temperature at or above 100.0°F?
  • Cough – Within the last 24 hours, have you experienced a new (not normal for you) uncontrollable cough that causes difficulty breathing?
  • Other Symptoms – Within the last 24 hours, have you experienced any of the following symptoms: sore throat, vomiting, diarrhea, recent sudden loss of taste or smell, or an atypical (not normal for you) severe headache?

*Disclaimer: This self-screening does not provide a medical diagnosis and is not intended to diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent disease or other conditions and is not intended to provide a determination or assessment of your state of health. If you are experiencing a serious health emergency, you should call 911. The list of symptoms above are not inclusive to an illness or infectious state of health. If you have concerns regarding your student’s health, please have them STAY HOME and consult a physician.