School Nurses / Student Health
Medication At School:
Does your child take daily medication? Will it need to be administered during school hours? If so, please visit the forms linked below and return the completed form to your school nurse.
Visit the School Medication Prescriber Form
Visit Lice Information document
For more information,
Additional Health Forms:
Visit the Vagus Nerve Stimulator Form
Visit the Catheterization Authorization Form
Visit the Gastrostomy Tube Care Form
Visit the Tracheostomy Care Form
Protect your Back
Sunscreen At School
According to the CDC, application of sunscreen while outdoors is a simple step to protect yourself from the harm of overexposure to sunlight's UVA and UVB rays. A sunscreen with SPF of 30 or higher should be applied at least every two hours, especially after swimming or sweating. Follow the directions on the suncreen bottle label.