In order to protect the health and safety of employees, staff, and students, all those who access Pasco County School locations must self-screen for symptoms and other risk factors of COVID-19 daily. If you answer YES to any of the questions, you should NOT be on a school campus or school district office. All three self-screeners – the Student Self-Screener, the Employee Self-Screener, and the Visitor Self-Screener – are accessible from the district’s COVID-19 protocols page and are posted on each school web page.

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These cards are meant to be carried by individuals on the autism spectrum. The cards contain identifying information for the person with autism as well as information for law enforcement on how to interact safely and positively with the person. The Autism Card is useful for incidents in which a person is lost or separated from their parent/guardian and is unable to effectively communicate their disability or if the individual is non-verbal or low functioning. The Autism Card will clearly and quickly identify them as a person on the autism spectrum, eliminating miscommunication or misinterpretation of behaviors that are common with those on the autism spectrum. The Autism Card can simply be handed to law enforcement on scene, without any other form of communication necessary. The Autism Card is useful and helpful for all parties involved.

For families that have a child on the autism spectrum and would like them to be issued an Autism Card, or if you would like to obtain more information on the Autism Card program, please contact Detective Shannon Henrici at

We can all work together to make the communication between law enforcement and youths on the autism spectrum safer, more efficient, and successful!