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From the Health Office

Health Office Information

 

  • Sandra Wort, R.N………………School Nurse
  • Kristina Martinez..........................Health Clerk

 

Healthy Children Learn Better…

If your child is ill or has had a fever of 100 degrees or higher in the last 24 hours, please keep him/her home.  This is for your student’s comfort, as well as for the protection of the other children in school.  If you are unsure as to whether or not to send your child, please feel free to call the Health Office.

 

Medication…

If your child needs any form of medication at school, an authorization form must be on file with both the parent and doctor’s signature.  This form is available in our health office.  An authorization form is required for all medication, including over-the-counter medications.

 

CHDP Physicals and Oral Health Assessments…

  • A CHDP physical examination is required for all students entering first grade.  However, it is strongly recommended that your child has the CHDP physical before entering Kindergarten.  If completed prior to Kindergarten, this exam will count toward the first grade physical, and will give your child a head start should there be any problems such as vision or hearing difficulties.  The CHDP physical form is available in the office.

An Oral Health Assessment (Dental check-up) is also required for Kindergarten and first grade students.

 

Flu Prevention - Fast Facts

The following documents are provided from our district and contain information on ways to stay healthy and prevent the flu from spreading to other students and/or staff. Please contact the school nurse if you have any further questions.

Fast Facts About the Flu

Form 9-681 Health Safety Guidelines