Welcome to Quarter 2

We are now in our 2nd quarter of full in school learning! This success only happens with all of us working together, putting our own and others health and safety at the top of our priorities. We have striven to adhere to the NH State Guidelines and we appreciate the understanding and encouragement we have sensed from parents/guardians and staff.

As a reminder, the COVID health agreement that was signed by each of you prior to your child coming to school includes the following:

*I agree to take my child’s temperature every morning and will not send him/her to school if the temperature reading is 100 degrees or more. I will not medicate with any fever reducing medication and send him/her to school.

*I agree to assess my child every morning for the most common symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms can be mild.

Fever or chills (100 degrees or more)

Cough (not due to other known causes, such as chronic cough or asthma)

Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

Fatigue (not due to other known cause)

Muscle or body aches

Headache (not due to other known causes)

New loss of taste or smell

Sore throat

Congestion or runny nose (not due to other known causes)

Nausea or vomiting


IF NO SYMPTOMS: Send your child to school.

IF IT IS ANY NEW SYMPTOM (does NOT have to include a fever), OR WORSENING SYMPTOM FROM A KNOWN HEALTH CONDITION- DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL, and call the CBNA office at 942-5531 by 8am and email Laurie Foster, RN (lfoster@coebrown.org) of the reason of your child’s absence. Please see attached protocol for “Student is symptomatic at home”. Testing options can be found at https://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dphs/cdcs/covid19/documents/covid-testing-options.pdf


* I will NOT send my child to school if he/she has travelled outside of New England (NH, VT, ME, MA, CT, RI) in the past 14 days. This includes any mode of transportation. If you go outside of these states, you need to quarantine.

We ask that you contact us if you are planning a necessary or emergent travel outside of New England so we can determine the date that your child can return to in-school learning per the NH Department of Health protocol that we follow.

Thank you again for working together with us during these ever-changing times,

Laurie Foster, RN, BSN and Cindy Noyes, RN  (942-5531 ext. 112)

Flu Vaccine Clinic for CBNA students

Hello CBNA parents and guardians!

We are providing a school-based flu clinic for all students in 3 weeks on Thursday, November 19. Our clinic is being offered in cooperation with the New Hampshire Immunization Program (Division of Public Health Services) and your local public health network.

Why sign your child up for this year’s flu clinic?

  • It is provided at NO COST to your family.
  • Your child will be less likely to get the flu and miss school time.
  • CONVENIENT! You won’t have to make a trip to your medical provider.

The best way to protect against the flu and its complications is to get a flu vaccine each year. Anyone can catch the flu, but rates of infection are often highest among children.  Some children may suffer from complications of the flu if they have other health conditions like asthma, diabetes, or heart disease.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services recommend that everyone six months of age and older get a flu vaccine.


At the flu vaccination clinic, trained medical staff will administer the flu vaccine and all safety precautions will be taken. Your child will be monitored for 15 minutes after they receive their vaccine and then will return to their class.


If you would like your child to receive a flu vaccine in school, please download, print, complete, and sign the attached consent form. Please have your child return the signed consent form this week to the main office. If you unable to print the consent form at home and need a paper copy, please call us at 942-5531 ext 112 or your child can pick one up in the main office.



Vaccine Information Statements (VIS), provided from the CDC, are available at the following link to help answer your questions: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/vis/index.html.



Laurie Foster, RN and Cindy Noyes, RN
CBNA School Nurses