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School personnel may only administer medications during school hours with the permission of the parent and the written order of a physician. This includes over the counter medications. Medication forms can be obtained from the school nurse or downloaded below. Prescription drugs should be properly labeled by a pharmacist. Medication should never be sent in with a student or placed in a lunch box or backpack. Click the Student Health Service link at the top of this page to access the Authorization Form.
Remember that Universal Precautions (treating all blood and bodily fluids as though they are infectious) is your best protection from bloodborne disease. Please complete the annual survey (e-mailed in September), for you to indicate that you have viewed and understood the powerpoint. As always, please call with any questions.
Children running a fever of 100 or more should not return to school until they are fever free for 24 hours without the aid of fever reducers.
Students that have been vomiting should not return to school for 24 hours.
Report all absences to the main office 426-7662 or the nurses office 426-7664, please include the reason for absence.
All contagious diseases should be reported to the school nurse.
Students with fractures should report to the nurse. They need a doctors note stating how long they should be out of PE and recess.