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At Wellstar, we are here to support your children’s health and safety this school season.

In the wake of COVID-19, returning to school has posed new challenges. For many students, in-person education means scoring A’s while also learning how to stay safe. Some schools have opted for virtual learning, with parents taking on the dual role of caretaker and teacher.

Whether your child is attending school in-person or online, it’s important to teach them the proper steps to protect their health. That’s why Wellstar has created a simple, back-to-school song to make safety easy and fun.

It’s almost too cool for school. Check out the song here and you can even join in on the fun by sharing the video of your child’s rendition on social media.


COVID-19 Safety Quiz

Does your child know how to keep COVID-19 out of the classroom? Test their safety skills with these pop quiz questions:


Why do I have to wear a mask in school or out in public?
When you wear a face mask, you become a safety superhero. It helps minimize the spread of germs that may get family, friends and teachers sick.

How long should I be washing my hands each time?
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. You can sing a verse or two of the Wellstar song to time yourself.

Why do I need to give my friends extra space?
Watching your distance around classmates and other people can help protect them from potential infection. To do this, imagine an invisible force field surrounding your friends.

How can I keep my workspace safe?
Make sure you, a parent or teacher cleans and disinfects your desk and other surfaces like doorknobs, light switches and keyboards daily.

What should I do if I have to sneeze or cough?
Always cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue. If you don’t have a tissue, sneeze or cough into your elbow to reduce the risk of getting others sick.

What should I do if I feel sick?
If you feel sick, let your parents or teacher know. It may be best for you to see a doctor for treatment or stay home until you feel better.

For more health tips and information, visit our COVID-19 resource page.