• Health Services

  • Nurse's Office

    The Nurse’s Office is open from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Except in case of an extreme emergency, a student is required to obtain a hall pass signed and dated by a teacher before coming to the nurse’s office. Services available through this office include:

      • Verification of immunizations.

      • Administration of TB skin tests.

      • Emergency treatment in cases of injury.

      • Completion of Accident Reports on injuries received in school or

        during school related events.

      • Hearing and vision testing.

      • Physical assessments.

      • Monitor chronic illnesses, i.e. asthma and diabetes.

      • Referral for medical evaluation and care.

      • Drug assessment.

      • Blue passes issued with parental permission for illness or medical appointments.


    Please notify the school nurse of any changes in your student’s health history or medical condition. Prescription medication needed at school MUST be cleared and administered by the nurse. Medication forms for this are available in the nurse’s office. Non-prescription medications should be limited to acetaminophen or ibuprofen (i.e. Tylenol, Advil) and alcohol-free cold and cough preparations. These must be maintained in the original manufacturer’s package, labeled for the student’s personal use only, and in a small quantity (i.e. one or two day supply). Students will be held accountable and will be subject to disciplinary action if they do not comply with these medication restrictions.