How to deal with students who feel unwell and instructions for returning to school with diagnosis:
What to do if the student feels sick?
When the student has any of the following symptoms, inform the homeroom teacher to ask for leave for medical treatment as soon as possible.
Fever or feeling feverish/chills (ear temperature is over 37.5℃)
Runny or stuffy nose
Muscle or body aches
Some people may have vomiting and diarrhea
- Ask the student to wear a mask.
- Send the student to the Health center immediately. Teacher will lead the student to the quarantine zone.
- Health Center contacts parents about the student's condition. Please seek medical attention after leaving school.
- Discipline section will go through the process for leaves.
- Dormitory section will pick up the student’s personal belongings. The student is not allowed to enter neither the classroom nor the dormitory.
- Inform homeroom teacher about student’s condition. Homeroom teacher should keep in touch with parents and remind the student to NOT come to school if they still feel unwell.
Notes for medical treatment
If there is NO improvement after 3 days of medical treatment from the clinic, it is necessary to go to a hospital for further checkup.
After taking leave, student should take temperature once in the morning and once at night, record their health condition, and report it to the homeroom teacher.
Homeroom teacher will update the student’s record to the health center, helping the school to keep track of student’s health condition.
Please ask the doctor to issue a diagnosis (it is recommended to seek medical treatment in the same medical institution, which will make it easier to get the diagnosis certificate).
The patient may not be able to receive a diagnosis certificate if the symptoms have been cured and the patient is asymptomatic, so the patient only needs to ask the doctor to state the physical condition for your first visit and the date of the return visit.
Please do not ask the medical institution to issue a certificate with the words "non-novel coronavirus", which is not in accordance with the principle of issuing a diagnosis certificate.
The content of the diagnosis certificate should indicate the date of your first visit and the diagnosis of your symptoms (e.g., upper respiratory tract infection, tonsillitis... etc.) Date of return visit, current body temperature, and current physical condition (The content above is for reference only.)
When can the student come back to school?
Stay at home if the student feels unwell, even with mild symptoms such as headache and slight runny nose. Student can only return after recovery. (at least 24 hours after a fever or signs of a fever have ceased without taking any fever-reducing medicine.)
When student return to school after recovery, please come to the health center directly for the double check of physical condition. It is necessary to provide the diagnosis certificate for coming back to school. The decision of the student’s stay or leave depends on the doctor’s advice.
Wear a surgical mask all the time while in school.
Thank you for your cooperation so we can keep track more effectively and help to protect you and others from potential COVID-19 and other viruses.
We hope you are doing well and keeping safe! Although COVID-19 pandemic has been ebbing in Taiwan, there were still sporadic cases occurring recently. Therefore, necessary precautions against COVID-19 will still be in place as we take the health of every school member seriously. We expect you to follow the following guidance.
Preventive Measures On Campus
The KCLK COVID-19 Preventive Measures Ad-hoc Team shall hold a committee meeting depending on the severity of the pandemic and update the website constantly.
Virus prevention supplies including disinfectants and hand soaps are provided for use.
The school has disinfected the campus before the school started, and once every month afterward. Desks in classrooms will be disinfected every week.
School buses have been disinfected before the school started, and will be disinfected twice on a daily basis.
Travel history, contact history, and the health of students, faculty, and staff were checked and recorded.
Temperature-checking will be conducted every day when students, faculty, and staff enter the campus. Windows in classrooms are open to increase the circulation of outdoor air.
All guests and visitors are required to receive temperature checks and wear masks as they enter the campus.
The school continues to promote campus hygiene by encouraging students, faculty, and staff to wash their hands frequently, pay attention to their respiratory hygiene, and practice cough etiquette.
Students, faculty, or staff who show similar symptoms of COVID-19 will be sent to a designated quarantine room for isolation.
The school has established the SOP for reporting suspected/possible cases, the standard of self-health management, and other supporting measures.
What the school expects parents/caregivers to cooperate
Do not go to school or work if you are feeling unwell. Please report to homeroom teachers and the DSA, and seek medical attention as soon as possible.
Encourage students to wash their hands frequently and cover mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing.
Discourage students from going to crowded places, and avoid coming to school if not necessary.
Remind students to bring their own masks and wear one when taking school buses.
Students and parent(s)/caregiver(s) are required to receive travel and contract surveys, and report to homeroom teachers if necessary.
According to the Ministry of Education, if your child meets any of the following conditions, please follow the regulations accordingly.
a. Students who are required to undergo self-isolation or self-quarantine upon entering the country must stay home or at designated places for 14 days. Coming to school is forbidden.
Students who have been in contact with a person with travel history must undergo self-health management for 14 days, starting from the day they came into contact. Stay home if feeling unwell and avoid coming to school until the cause of illness has been identified.
Students will be isolated immediately if they have temperatures higher than 37.5℃ with cold-like symptoms. Parent(s)/caregiver(s) will be contacted by the Health Center and they should collect their child as soon as possible. Students should seek medical attention and receive treatment before coming back to school.
Affected activities or events will be postponed or held in an alternative way. If activities or events to be postponed to after program or weekends, the school will notify parents in advance, and we hope parents could arrange time accordingly. If activities or events to be replaced by online courses or assessments, parents are expected to provide students with necessary equipment and assistance.
If students suffer from stress over the pandemic, please refer to “A Letter to Parents”, or phone the Counseling Section.
Information regarding COVID-19 will be updated and posted on the official website from time to time. Should you need more information, please do not hesitate to contact the school.
Secondary School Point Person for Consultation during Epidemic Prevention:
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(Department of Academic Affairs)
Registration and Transfer
(International Program Department)
|Academic Affairs for IP Students
(Department of Student Affairs)
|Transportation Section Representative02-8512-8172
|After School Program Center
||Application for Admission
|Department of General Affairs