It is very important for your student's teacher and the school nurse to be aware of ANY medical conditions your child may have such as Asthma, Diabetes, Heart Problems, Seizures, ADD/ADHD, Allergies (especially those requiring an Epi-Pen or Benadryl), etc. Please see the school nurse to obtain a Health Care Plan.
Start your day with a nutritious breakfast! Studies show that children who eat breakfast are more alert, concentrate easier and get better grades!
The main reasons for keeping your student home from school are because they are too sick to participate comfortably at school or because they might spread a contagious disease to other students. If your student has been diagnosed with a contagious disease, please contact the clinic so other students’ parents and school staff may be alerted of the symptoms. More Information
A parent/legal guardian or other designated adult must bring all medication, accompanied by the School Medication Authorization or Health Care Plan, to the school clinic unless special permission is given by the principal or school nurse.
All over-the-counter, prescription, homeopathic, and supplement medications must be in their original containers with unexpired dates and labeled in English. Prescription medications must be clearly labeled with the physician’s name, medication’s name, strength, dosage, date, time for administration, and dispensing pharmacy. The parent/ guardian must provide over-the-counter medications to the clinic.