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Our wonderful health clerk,

April Burke

 

Our dedicated School Nurse is Theresa McCauley.

Health Office

Important Health Information

All students benefit from a healthy classroom environment and are most successful when rested and feeling good. Beginning the day with a healthy breakfast and a good night's sleep is very important for a child to have a successful school day.  Please refer to the following guidelines to determine if your child's needs would be best met by coming to school or staying home. Thank you for your assistance.    

SEND TO SCHOOL

  • Fever free for 24 hours without fever medication.
  • No vomiting in the last 24 hours
  • No diarrhea last 24 hours
  • If injury or illness and seen by a physician, return with a note from MD to return to school
  • Minor cold symptoms
  • Asthma-responsive to medication    

KEEP AT HOME

  • Fever, vomiting or diarrhea in the last 24 hours   
  • Moderate signs of illness that interfere with sleep, activity, and play   
  • Cold symptoms such as frequent coughing and or nasal discharge that do not respond to medication(s)    

SEE HEALTH PRACTITIONER AND KEEP HOME

  • Complaints of ear pain or drainage from ears
  • Yellow or green nasal discharge, which persists over 14 days
  • Sore throat, enlarge, reddened tonsils, fever, possible rash
  • Undiagnosed skin rash or crusty sore
  • Redness of the eye with a discharged with no other symptoms of illness
  • Asthma not responding to medication, peak flow 50% or less, or requiring treatments more than every 4 hours.  

Medications

A medical authorization form, available in the school health office, is required for all medications (including over the counter medications administered at school.

Please Note . . .

Any updated immunizations or health related issues concerning your child need to be submitted to the Health Office.