megaphoneSpring Creek's Daily Announcements

All Sports have been pushed back until 2nd Semester, please read NIAA letter in link provided.
07-23-2020 Update 11 Adjustment of Sports Seasons 1.pdf 

Senior Class 20-21 photo sign up

Congratulations SC 2020 Senior Class!

Look at this year's graduate slideshow
in the link below!

SCHS 2020 Graduation1.pdf


nurses corner
CDC - How to protect yourself from Coronavirus
(click the link below)
CDC - Cloth face covering  (click the link below)

CDC - Symptom of Coronavirus and self checker link
(click the link below) 

Nevada Department of Health (click the link below)

COVID-19 Elko  County hotline and info (click the link below)

CDC hand washing video link (click the link below)

What do you need to know about COVID-19? Click here to learn more.


Parents please read pertinent ECSD information in regards to the health of your student, click the link below:

E cig Parents 9-2019.pdf




Dear Parent or Guardian:nurse

Influenza (flu) season is upon us and flu activity is occurring statewide. There has been a laboratory confirmed cases of flu in Elko County, along with an increase in children ill with similar symptoms. People of all ages can get sick with the flu, but particularly school-aged children experience high rates of the illness. Typically, symptoms of flu include a fever above 100 °F with cough, sore throat, chills, malaise, and body aches. Below are recommendations to help prevent further spread:


1. The best way to prevent seasonal flu is to get vaccinated every year.

• All people 6 months and older need a flu vaccine each year.

• Babies cannot get vaccinated until they are 6 months old. It is critical that people who live with or care for children, especially infants younger than 6 months, get vaccinated. (This is called “cocooning” -- when you protect babies by having those around them get vaccinated).


2. Be hygienic to avoid the spread of illness.

• Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. (Throw the tissue in the trash after you use it.)

• Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after you cough or sneeze. If soap and water are not available, an alcohol-based hand rub may be used.

• Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth. Germs are spread that way.


3. If you or your child is sick:

•     Stay home until you or your child’s fever is gone for at least 24 hours, without the use of  fever reducing medications.

       Please go to your primary care physician for evaluation. If you get sick with flu, antiviral drugs can be used to treat your illness.

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