Jordan has 2 amazing nurses that do their best to keep Jordan healthy, Renee Shutes and Amanda Pope. They can be reached at 210-397-6159 or by email at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you or your student have been diagnosed with COVID or feel that you have symptoms please contact our nurses at the above number for guidance.
Also, please contact the nurses if your student has medications that need to be maintained on campus.
In an effort to expedite the reporting of student COVID cases we ask that you use the link provided below to report all COVID related matters such as a confirmed COVID case, positive test results, COVID exposure, COVID symptoms, and etc.
We have also attached the latest isolation and quarantine recommendations to help assist you in knowing what to do in regards to COVID related matters.
Our final attachment is a medical waiver form to help take care of COVID related absences.
So again, if you have to report a COVID related matter such as a positive case, exposure, test results, symptoms, please use the link. Our nursing staff is continually monitoring submissions and responding to our families. It is extremely important that we get this information as soon as possible. Once the information is received, a daily link will be sent to you so your student can access the District’s remote conferencing system, which will help their attendance.
Free COVID Testing: Free COVID-19 testing is available at Farris Stadium, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Schedule an appointment here. The testing kiosk is located at the ticket booth on the east side (visitors side) of the stadium. Test results are available within 24 to 48 hours.
Testing at Jordan: Community Labs offers testing on campus at Jordan on Tuesday mornings from 7:30-8:30am.
This is an OPTIONAL test and all students who would like to participate will need to pre-register one time using the link below. After registering, you will be provided a QR code that will be used to check-in for the test. If you previously registered, you will use the same QR code. We are advising all participants to save the QR code as a photo in your phone so that it is easy to access each week. Students will report to the cafeteria for the COVID testing beginning at 7:30am and we will have directions posted on where to check-in for testing.
Link to Register with Community Labs (one time only!)
Need a free COVID vaccine?
Anyone interested in receiving their second (or first) COVID vaccine can do so at several NISD schools. The vaccine is free and available for anyone 5 years old and up. The Pfizer vaccine will be available: