Wilder School District has been chosen to pilot an real time thermometer illness communication system.
Kinsa Smart Thermometers has created the world’s first real time detection and response communication system to understand where illness is spreading and connect people to the products, services, and information that will help stop the spread of COVID-19.
This tool is utilized to help curb the spread of illness in our communities by detecting potential “hotspots” for COVID-19 outbreaks by simply monitoring temperatures within a location radius. The Kinsa thermometer is used when anyone in the family may have a fever. This anonymous information is then communicated back to the Kinsa database where they aggregate and analyze the data real-time to predict potential outbreaks of illness in your community and around the state. This information is then used to deploy testing and resources to those most in need before they even know they need it.
More information to our parents/guardians will be coming soon.
Parents, it is important to follow recommendations from health officials to limit exposures to COVID-19. Please make sure that your children are maintaining social distancing of at least 6 feet – even with friends.
If anyone in your household is experiencing cough, fever or shortness of breath, please stay home and call Southwest District Health (208) 455-5411 for an exposure assessment by phone. Bilingual staff is available (M-F) 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
Padres, es importante seguir las recomendaciones de los oficiales de salud sobre limitar exponernos al COVID-19. Por favor asegúrese de que sus hijos están guardando distancia social de por lo menos 6 piez – hasta con sus amigos.
Si alguien en su hogar esta teniendo síntomas de toz, calentura o dificulta para respirar, quédese en casa y llame al departamento de salud Southwest District Health (208) 455-5411 para hacer un asesoramiento por teléfono. Personal bilingüe esta disponible Lunes-Viernes de 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.