Student health is critical to a student’s ability to learn. Although most of our students have no health issues, those that do get the attention they need to enable them to continue with their education. For most students, we need to have a doctor identify that they have no health issues and that their immunizations are up to date. For our students with health issues, we work with our school nurse and staff, along with parents, to design a regimen that assures your child is supported in whatever manner is needed. Routine medications, physical limitations that must be enforced, or simply awareness and documentation of certain situations that are precursors to episodes can all be done to support your child and their health needs.
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Our school nurse comes to school on Tuesdays. She has trained the entire school staff in CPR and the office staff has been trained in dispensing medications so that everything runs smoothly when she is not at school.
- Student Health Form
- Authorization to Administer Medication at School
- State Requirements for Immunizations
- Physical Exam Form - most doctor offices will provide a print out of exam, but some may ask for you to provide a form
- MEDAON Action Plan - this form is for parents whose children need the use of inhalers for asthma and epipens for allergies