Each day that students attend in-person classes at their school, parents and guardians must conduct a COVID-19 health screening. The screening must happen BEFORE the child boards a school bus or engages in any school activity located at a Washougal school.
The daily attestation is a simple, electronic form in Skyward. Once you have signed up, it is very simple to do each day.
The daily attestation process is one of the safeguard we have implemented to help keep your child, other students, and school staff safe.
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After you download the Skyward app, you will need to log in for the first time.
Choose Washougal by allowing Skyward to access your location, or search for the district using the tool.
You must retrieve your password from a web browser. Go to the Skyward Login page, and use the “forgot password” button to retrieve your username and password. The system will prompt you to enter your email. Please enter the same one you have on file with the school office. You will get an email from the Skyward system with a link to choose a new password.
Once you have your username and password you can continue below.
Enter your username and password
Who to contact if you need help: For security reasons, please contact your student’s school to get your user name and password to access Skyward Family Access.
After logging in, you will get presented with the Wellness screening for your student.
Click the button for Today’s Screening
The app will ask you to affirm this information by pressing submit.
Ask These Questions Each Day Your Child Attends In-Person Classes
By sending your child to school, you attest that the answer to every question is NO.
If you can answer YES to any of the questions below, you agree to keep your student at home from school and to contact your student’s school immediately for guidance.
1. Is your child currently waiting for a COVID-19 test result or have they tested positive within the last 10 days?
2. Since your student’s last day of school or visit to a school facility, has your student experienced any of the following COVID-19 symptoms (not related to a pre-existing condition)?:
3. Within the last 14 days, has your student been in close contact (within 6 feet for at least 15 minutes) with anyone with confirmed or suspected COVID-19?
If the answer to any of these is yes, you must keep your child at home and contact the school office.
I understand that if I send my student to school with any COVID-19 symptoms or they develop symptoms at school, they will immediately be isolated, the parent/guardian will be notified, the student will need to be picked up, and the parent/guardian will be required to work with the school nurse on when their child can return to school.