Visit the Central Racine County Health Department website for up-to-date information about COVID-19 in our area. Information about safe school openings can be found on the Schools and COVID-19 Risk Communication FAQ document.


 Watch Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Back to School During COVID-19 video to learn about recommendations for schools and parents.

CRCHD Template Quarantine Letter


Primary COVID-19 Symptoms

Any ONE of these symptoms requires a 10-day quarantine.





Shortness of Breath

New Loss of Taste or Smell

Secondary COVID-19 Symptoms

TWO OR MORE of these symptoms requires a 10-day quarantine.



Muscle or Body Aches

Sore Throat


Runny Nose


Unusual Fatigue




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Raymond School

Tracy VanDeWater, RN – School Nurse

Typically, the school nurse is on-site one day a week (that day can vary).

 If you would like to contact Tracy, please email or call:

Phone (262) 210-6186

Covid 19 Updates

Safer at Home is working for Wisconsin!

The DPI School District Employee guidelines: New as of 4/14/2020

  • You will find the PDF attached for CDC Interim Guidance Critical Workers Safety Practices

Face Mask Recommendations:

  •  You will find the PDF attached for DIY-cloth-face-covering instructions.

Self Care During Covid for Student Support Professionals:

  • You will find the PDF attached for self-care-during Covid

For guidance with daily activities while as we practice “safer at home” please see :

How to discuss Covid-19 with your kids:


For local health department, CRCHD,  information and resources and daily data about Covid-19 please check out:

Pandemic Plan Raymond School District 2020

Covid 19 fact sheet


Fall Immunization Reminder for future Kindergarteners and 6th graders!

Just a friendly reminder that the following grade levels require further vaccinations or a signed waiver for next fall: 

4K going into Kindergarten:  additional vaccinations of polio, MMR, and Varicella (chicken pox) are required so that a student has had 4 polio, 2 MMR, & 2 Varicella. 

5th graders going into 6th grade:  need a Tdap (adolescent tetanus, Diphtheria, and Acellular Pertussis).

Please plan ahead, have your child vaccinated this summer as there is always a rush right before school starts!

Any questions, please email Kelsey Servais, the district nurse at