A.M. Health Clerk - Julie Albright, P.M. Chelsea Stollmeyer - Health Clerk
Illness and Injury at School
At the time of enrollment, please notify the school if your child has a health condition or a physical condition that might pose a problem in any way or that might need special attention during the school day. Children are never diagnosed or treated for illness or injury, but are given first aid as permitted by law. If a child has a fever or displays other symptoms of illness, the parent or other person listed on the enrollment form as “emergency contact” will be notified. The child should then be picked up as soon as possible.
Over-the-counter medication cannot be administered by the school without a physician’s statement. Students who need to take prescribed medication must have the appropriate form signed by the physician and parent before the medication can be brought to school. The medication and form must be left in the office. Children are not allowed to transport medication. it must be brought to the Health Office by the parent or guardian.
A Health Clerk is on duty on a part-time basis, 8:45 AM - 3:30 PM The Health Clerk is here to help in case of sickness or an accident. Health clerks do not diagnose illnesses.
Routine Health Checks
Health Services provides screening for vision and hearing to all students in Kindergarten, 2nd and 5th grades. Other students are screened upon request by the teacher and/or parent as time permits. You will be notified if it is found that your child is in need of outside medical attention.
School insurance is available to all students. Packets are available on-line at the beginning of the school year. Purchase of the insurance is optional.