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Medical Exemption Letter

Return to in-person instruction medical certification exemption:

 

Should a student be identified to return to in-person instruction, but the student or an individual in his/her household has a high-risk medical condition as defined by the Centers for Disease Control, the medical certification form attached to this webpage will need to be completed by your student's medical provider.

This form will need to be presented at the appeal meeting or emailed to the Admin assigned to your student's alpha (as seen below) to claim the high-risk exemption for COVID-19:

 

Title and Name:

 Email:

Assistant Principal-Pete Pruneda pete.pruneda@nisd.net A-E (210) 397-4218
Assistant Principal-Adrian Gonzalez adrian.gonzalez@nisd.net F-L (210) 397-4219

Assistant Principal-Desiree Fehner

desiree.fehner@nisd.net M-R (210) 397--4216
Assistant Principal-Venissia Villarreal venissia.villarreal@nisd.net S-Z (210) 397-4217

Individual at Higher Risk: Individuals at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19 are those individuals with certain underlying heath conditions as designated by the CDC, which provides as follows:

Those individuals who are at higher risk of severe illness, as designated by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), are those with conditions such as asthma, chronic lung disease, compromised immune systems (including from smoking, cancer treatment, bone marrow or organ transplantation, immune deficiencies, poorly controlled HIV or AIDS, or use of corticosteroids or other immune weakening medications), diabetes, serious heart disease (including heart failure, coronary artery disease, congenital heart disease, cardiomyopathies, and hypertension), chronic kidney disease undergoing dialysis, liver disease, or severe obesity.

 

The attached Medical Exemption Letter must be completed and signed by your student's Health Care Provider.

 

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