• We believe that healthy kids learn better! LISD School Health is committed to helping you keep your student healthy, in school, and learning. This takes a team effort. Please let us know how we can assist your child with any health needs. 


    Please see the district website for all School Health policies and procedures. www.lisdtx.org --> Departments --> School Health --> School Health Policies and Procedures 

    Family Access: Through Family Access, parents can use the internet to review all their student’s health records. You can go to the Lampasas ISD website and log in to view information for health services like your student’s immunization record and office visits. To get your password and gain access to Family Access, please contact the campus office for your student. 

    Exclusion Policies (General & COVID-19):  Lampasas ISD follows the Center for Disease Control and Texas Department of State Health Services guidelines for communicable diseases in a school setting. Students being sent home due to exclusion policies must be picked up immediately. 


    Symptoms requiring exclusion from school (sent home or absence): 

    • Fever of 100.4° or greater (please do not give fever-reducing medications to send student to school)
    • Vomiting (unrelated to overeating, exercise, anxiety, or other non-infectious triggers)
    • Diarrhea (unrelated to documented pre-existing gastrointestinal issues)
    • Yellow discharge from the eye – pink eye 
    • Ringworm of the scalp
    • The first 24 hours of antibiotic treatment for infections such as pink eye, strep throat, etc. 
    • New, undiagnosed rash or skin condition, at the nurse’s discretion, until verified by healthcare provider that it is not contagious. 
    • COVID-19 symptoms: fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste and/or smell, sore throat, weakness, muscle pains, headache, chills

  • COVID-19 Recommendations from DSHS Public Health Region 7 Epidemiology Team:


    Our recommendations for self-isolation for persons who test positive and/or are symptomatic and self-quarantine for close contacts (persons within 3 feet of physical distance between students in a classroom) in school settings remains the same with the addition of recommendations for fully vaccinated individuals (it has been ≥ 14 days after the last dose of COVID-19 vaccine): 

    • Self-isolation (positive cases):
      • It has been 10 days since the onset of symptoms (or since testing positive in the absence of symptoms)
      • They have been fever-free for a full 24 hours without the use of fever-suppressing medications
      • Symptoms have improved 
    • Self-quarantine (close contacts):
      • Exclusion for those who are not fully vaccinated until:
        • A full 10 days have passed from last date of exposure without testing
        • A full 7 days after exposure and have received a negative test result (test must occur on day 5 or later)
      • Contacts should continue to monitor for signs/symptoms for a full 14 days after the last date of exposure even if they have met criteria to discontinue self-quarantine. 


    **Please contact Texas Department of State Health Services: https://www.dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/, call (254) 778-6744, or email coronavirus@dshs.texas.gov**