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Screen & Go Health Screening Tool

Over the last few months, we have been working with our partners at Ascension Health to adapt their digital employee health screening for use here at Tulsa Public Schools. We are now launching our new Screen-and-Go application which provides a tool to complete your self-administered health screening on your phone each day before entering your building. Screen and Go is a simple, easy-to-use application that screens for potential COVID-19 symptoms and exposures and will let you know when it is safe for you to come to work.

We hope that the addition of Screen and Go to our health and safety protocols will help you feel more comfortable and confident in knowing that those around you are symptom-free.

We will begin using Screen and Go on Monday, Jan. 4 upon returning from winter break. Every day, you will access Screen and Go by using the link or QR code provided and answer a few questions before walking into your work site. Once you have your results, you will show them to the screener at your building entrance before heading inside.

How it works:

  • Visit or scan the QR code below to access the Screen and Go app on your mobile device. Be sure to bookmark this link for quick access.
  • To begin your screening questionnaire, enter your cell phone number to receive a verification text message. 
  • Verify your phone number by entering the authorization code that was sent to you via text message.
  • Fill in your identification information and answer a few questions about how you’re feeling and whether you have experienced any potential exposures to COVID-19.
  • Get your results.
    • If your screen appears green, you are good to go! Show your green screen to the screener at the entrance to your building.
    • If your screen appears yellow, you are ready to report to work, but should update your supervisor on your status as soon as you arrive. The screener at the entrance to your building should remind you of this as well.
    • If your screen appears red, in most cases, you should stay home from work and notify your supervisor immediately. In some cases, your screen may appear red, but you have verified with your supervisor that you should still report to work. This might happen if you are awaiting COVID-19 test results, but are asymptomatic and have no reason to believe that you’ve been exposed. In these cases, your supervisor should let the building screener know that you are able to enter the building even though you show a red screen on your app.

Click here for detailed information about health and safety expectations for in-person working. If you have questions or concerns about health and safety protocols, please contact your supervisor, manager, or school leader.






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