Important Information from our School Clinic
Just a few reminders from the clinic as we begin another fabulous year at Inman:
Healthcare Plans: Healthcare plans (asthma, allergy, etc) and medication administration forms must be renewed yearly. Forms can be printed from FCBOE website: Departments > School Health Services > Flyers and Forms. Any prescription medication administered by clinic staff requires a healthcare provider signature. (Refer to Page 7 of Student Handbook for FCBOE policy)
Pre-K students, Kindergarten students who did not attend Pre-K at Inman and Grades 1-5 who are new to Inman: State required certificates (Immunizations form 3231 and Vision/Hearing/Dental/Nutrition form 3300) are due September 8, 2018. Please call clinic if you are unsure if your student is compliant on these forms.
Student Illness: Please review pages 6-7 of Student handbook regarding student illnesses. Student’s experiencing the following must be symptom free for 24 hours or one full school day if sent home from school:
- Fever >100 degrees F or 37.8 degrees Celsius*
Student should stay home until there is NO FEVER for 24 hours WITHOUT MEDICATION. Call
your doctor if the fever is with pain, rash, weakness, vomiting or diarrhea.
(*Based on CDC Recommendations)
- Vomiting or Diarrhea
Student should stay home with ONE event of vomiting or watery diarrhea. Call your doctor if
vomiting or diarrhea continues or with fever, rash, or weakness.
- Drainage from a wound, rash or eyes
Student should stay home with drainage from a wound, rash, or eyes. Call your doctor for
- Head Lice or Scabies
Student should stay home until after treatment is complete and no lice or nits. Contact the
health department or your doctor for treatment. The student must be cleared by the Clinic to
return to school.
- Unexplained Rash
Student should stay home with an unexplained rash. Call your doctor for treatment.
If the clinic staff can be of assistance in any way, do not hesitate to call!
Kelli Mullis, RN
Denise Wade, RN
Inman Elementary Clinic 770-460-3565