School Health

ESC Region 13 cares about the health and wellness of our community. Please use these resources to connect with your school district for procedures and precautions.

Ebola

Take a look at three key points that you need to know, then share them with your friends and family so everyone has the facts about Ebola.

Ebola cannot be spread through the air, water, food in the US, or casual contact with someone who has no symptoms of the disease.

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Ebola can only be contracted through bodily fluids, contaminated objects, and infected animals.

 

Ebola can only be contracted from someone who shows its symptoms.

 


District Information

The following districts have listed resources and information to popular questions about Ebola. If your district is not listed here, please contact your district’s health services department for assistance.

Austin ISD

Bastrop ISD

Comal ISD

Georgetown ISD

Hays CISD

Hutto ISD

Jarrell ISD

Lago Vista ISD

Lake Travis ISD

Leander ISD

Lockhart ISD

Manor ISD

Marble Falls ISD

New Braunfels ISD

Pflugerville ISD

Round Rock ISD

San Marcos CISD

Taylor ISD


Facts about Ebola

School District Tip Sheet Regarding Infection Control Measures (Texas Department of State Health Services)

Dallas ISD Health Updates

Facts about Ebola in the U.S. via the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

About Ebola via CDC

Ebola Factsheet via CDC

Texas Education Agency Guidance on Certain Education Questions Related to Ebola Virus in Texas

Homebound or Quarantined Children

Ebola Facts

Department of State Health Services Letter to Schools

Pflugerville ISD, Guidelines for School Nurse Assessment – Ebola

What You Need to Know about Ebola

 


Local Resources

Questions and Answers on Ebola (Austin / Travis County Health and Human Services Department)

Information about Ebola via the Department of Health and Human Services

FAQs related to Ebola (City of Austin)

Local Health Departments