In the 14 days prior to arrival, students must be extra vigilant about personal safety. Whenever possible, students should remain isolated from the public. When in public, a face mask is strongly recommended at all times, and frequent handwashing should be practiced. No student should be in contact with anyone known to be acutely infected with COVID-19 or travel to an area with a high number of infection cases.
Within 7 days of arrival, each student must have a test for COVID-19. Written documentation of a negative test will be the first requirement before registration can begin. If you have questions about how to obtain a test, please reach out to your child’s primary care physician or our Director of Health Services, Cindy Glidden, at 603-677-3457.
Also, within 7 days of arrival, anyone coming to registration will be asked to fill out a short survey regarding your current state of health.
When possible, public transportation should be avoided while traveling to New Hampton. If airline travel is essential, facemasks should be worn at all times while in the airport and on the aircraft.
Anyone exhibiting any of the symptoms of COVID-19 listed below should contact New Hampton’s Health Center at 603-677-3457 before coming to campus.
Upon arrival to campus for registration, your family will meet with one of our nurses at which time temperatures will be taken, wellness questions asked, and a COVID-19 test will be administered to the student.