• The Health Office is located in the Union Street Building across from the Union Street auditorium.  Visitors must first sign in at the Main Entrance off of Union Street, and then will be directed to the Health Office. Please make sure you bring your drivers license.
    • Accident and emergency treatment is limited to First Aid by school personnel at the time of the accident or injury.  Further treatment is a parental responsibility. 
    • If the child is complaining of illness, the nurse does an assessment, and the child is allowed to rest in the Health Office if necessary for as long as 30 minutes or so.  If the child has a fever or is vomiting, or not feeling better after cot rest, a parent (or other emergency contact) is contacted to take the child home.  Children will also be sent home if they present with symptoms of pinkeye, contagious rash, disruptive coughing, or head lice.
    • If the school nurse is to administer ANY medication, either prescription or over-the-counter, she must have written permission from both the parent and the physician.  This written permission is only good for the current school year.  The medication must be in the original container and kept in the Health Office.
    • Inhalers may be kept on the student's person ONLY if written permission is on file in the Health Office from the parent and the physician stating as such.
    • Screening procedures include heights and weights (done by physical education teachers during gym), head checks for head lice, vision, hearing,  and scoliosis (curvature of the spine).
Last Modified on August 21, 2017