Nurse's Office Procedures
The office is open during school hours.
Students must report or their classroom teacher for a pass before coming to the health room except for extreme emergencies.
Parents/Guardians of Sophomores
State Law requires every student in Grade 10 to have a physical. Please remember to have your child's physical examination completed by June 10th.
Parent/Guardians of Incoming Juniors
State law requires that each student enrolled in the public school system have documentation of a completed “health assessment” (a “physical”) PRIOR to entering their junior year of high school. Any student who does not have a physical on record before the start of their junior year will not be allowed to return to school until the documentation is on record.
Please have your child’s physician complete the Health Assessment Record (form HAR-3)which can be found on this website and return it to the nurses’ office. (Sports forms cannot be accepted for this purpose).
Nancy Miller, RN, BSN, NCSN (email@example.com)
Kathleen Maffuid, RN, BSN, NCSN (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Medications in School
All medications should be brought to the school nurse. No student shall carry medications during school or school activities unless it is approved by the school nurse. A medication authorization form signed by the student’s doctor must be on file with the nurse’s office Please use this form for the authorization for the administration of medicines by school personnel:
Students who need to use the elevator due to an injury or surgery need to report to the nurse upon arriving to school. A doctor’s note stating any special modifications needed should accompany the child. The nurse will notify guidance and teachers of any modifications needed for the school day.