Here you can find information about our clinic services. You will find downloadable forms and information pages as needed by our students. If you have any questions, please contact our nurse directly at her email below.
Our nurse, Ms. Stroh, has prepared a list of recommendations for parents as they prepare for the return of our students to school. We hope these tips will help with the guidelines of our new Reopening Plan.
Nuestra enfermera, la Sra. Stroh, ha preparado una lista de recommendaciones para los padres en preparacion del regreso a nuestros estudiantes a la escuela. Esperamos que estas les puedan ayudar a preparase para las guias en nuestro Plan de Reapertura.
1. All prescription medication must be properly labeled and in the original container.
2. A Medication Permission Form must be completed for each medication.
3. Any PRN "as needed" medications a student may require during the school year will be provided by the Parent and a permission form completed. This includes and not limited to: Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Pepto Bismol, TUMS, Cough Drops, Antihistamines, Triple antibiotic ointment, etc.
4. Students grades 4-12 will be expected to come to the Nurse's Office to take his/her medication at designated times.
5. All Prescription and Over the counter medication must be picked up by a Parent by the last day of school. Any medication not picked up will be disposed of.
If your child has severe allergies, they may have their Epipen and any over the counter medication to treat allergic reactions at school. Please complete the Parent Questionnaire and Allergy Action Plan so that we know the treatment plan your doctor has prescribed
If your child has asthma, we encourage parents to have their child’s inhaler and/or nebulizer at school. It is very important that ALL children with asthma have an inhaler available to use in case of emergencies. Please complete the Asthma Action Plan and Parent Questionnaire so that we know the treatment plan your doctor has prescribed.
If your child has been diagnosed with diabetes, they may keep their diabetic medications and supplies in the nurses office. Please complete the Diabetes Management and Treatment Plan, and the Diabetes Authorization for Administration of Management and Care so that we know the treatment plan your doctor has prescribed.