NurseOffice phone: 594-0835Office fax: 594-0805Clinic Hours: 8:30-4:30
As a school clinic, we are able to assess student complaints and treat based on our nursing assessment skills but do not have the ability to diagnose. If your child is sick or having repetitive issues please bring your child to the appropriate doctor to be seen. We monitor students who have been diagnosed with such things as diabetes, asthma, seizures, hemophilia or any other lifelong or acute disease.
Our goal is to keep students in class as much as possible so please educate your children about the following reasons to see the nurse in the clinic (fever, impact injury such as being hit by an object or person, bee sting, fall, throwing up, bleeding, scheduled medications, or lost a tooth).
Please feel free to contact us regarding any questions or concerns with your child.
Please familiarize yourself with the district policy regarding students and medication.
Information regarding the state's requirements regarding immunizations.
Parents please do not send your child to school IF:
To prevent further spread and according to state requirements, students with certain illnesses are not allowed to come to school while contagious. Student will be sent home. Any child returning to school after having a contagious condition should:
1) Be free of acute illness symptoms.
2) Have a temperature below 100.0 degrees F for 24 hours without fever reducing medication.
3) No vomiting or diarrhea for 24 hours.
4) If antibiotics are required, students should take medication for 24 hours prior to returning to school.
5) In the case of a rash or skin infection: all lesions or breaks in the skin are in the healing phase. Cultures or a medical release may be required for slow-healing lesions.
Please, for the wellness of all, do not send your children to school sick.