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    Ann RN BSN, 
    School Nurse

    Office hours 8:15 am - 4:15 pm
    Phone: (817) 547-4612
    Fax: (817) 547-4605
    Text: ‪(682) 233-4331‬


    Welcome Back 




    BIG CHANGE IN RULES for 2021-2022 school year


    ALL PRESCRIPTION MEDS

    • PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS must have a DOCTORS WRITTEN ORDER starting on DAY ONE.
      • The Doctor must be licensed to practice in the United States
      • Meds must be brought to nurse by a parent / legal guardian
      • Med must be kept in nurses office -- exception for inhalers and epi if granted by doctor will be made
      • Parent must sign form
        • Make your doctor appointments now so you are not caught flat footed when school starts on August 18th, 2021. 

    ALL OVER-THE-COUNTER MEDS

    • OVER THE COUNTER MEDS 
      • Meds must be kept in nurses office (no exceptions)
      • Meds must be brought in by parent / legal guardian
      • Parent must sign form 
      • NO longer restricted to 10 doses

    CLICK HERE --> MED PERMIT FORM 2021-2022 

     


    ALL STUDENTs ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE


    • Up to date immunizations

    • All 7th Graders must have a Tdap Booster & MCV4 (meningococcal) shots.

    HELP PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, FLU & OTHER ILLNESSES BY: 


    Staying home when you are sick. 


    HEALTH OFFICE REMINDERS


    Keep your emergency information current.

    • Nothing worse then your kid having an emergency and no one can reach you.

    Report communicable disease to the nurse.

    • For example: Coronavius (COVID-19), flu, strep, chicken pox, lice, etc.


    HEALTHY STUDENTS MAKE BETTER LEARNERS


    It is recommended that your student stay home if any of these symptoms exist

    • Fever 100.0 or greater
    • Diarrhea
    • Vomiting
    • A rash with fever
    • Sore throat
    • Persistent coughing or breathing problems
    • Loss of appetite
    • Yellowing of the whites of the eyes or the skin
    • Persistent irritability or crying
    • Unusual tireness
    • Redness or drainage from eyes
    • Severe cold symptoms
    • POSITIVE COVID TEST

    Students should return to school

    • when temperature is normal for the past 24 hours without fever-reducing medication
    • when diarrhea and or vomiting has stopped for a full 24 hours without the aid of medication
    • after student takes prescribed antibiotic medication for 24 hours prior to returning to school
    • and the student feels well enough to be in school for a full day