Working Papers

Update, as of October 8, 2020 - Temporary Change in Process for Obtaining a Working Card

In an effort to comply with visitor restriction procedures for school buildings during COVID-19, we have temporarily changed the process for students to obtain Working Cards.

Virtual students requesting Working Cards are encouraged to make an appointment in advance. Appointments can be scheduled during regular school days from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. and cards will be issued in the main lobby of the school.  As a reminder, all visitors to our schools are required to wear a facial covering.

Appointments are available between 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. and can be made by calling the school's Health Office.



For students who do not have a copy of their physical:

Due to Covid-19, many Physician offices are not open for students and families to obtain copies of physical exams required for working cards. For many students, their school’s health office has their physical exam on file.  A school nurse is available, by appointment only, to issue working cards for students who are unable to locate a copy of their physical. If you have a copy of your physical, please continue to call the Administration Building for an appointment at 607.735.3000.  Please note, if you have a copy of your physical then you can get your working card at the Administration Building and also Ernie Davis Academy or Elmira High School (whichever location is more convenient for you).

Call the Ernie Davis Health Office at 735-3110 or Elmira High School Health Office at 735-5789 Mon. - Thurs. from 9 am - 12 pm to schedule an appointment with a school nurse.  From there an appointment will be set up to obtain the working card. Please note if your child attends Elmira High School or Broadway Academy, it may take up to 24 hours for an appointment to be scheduled as the nurse will need to travel to those schools to look up your child’s medical record. Staff is limited during these difficult times.

All visitors must wear a mask inside our District buildings.