Letter From the Nurse's Office
Health and safety is our first priority for all of our scholars. To ensure we are supporting their needs, please review and complete the following:
·Please obtain an updated copy of a physical with immunizations.
·Please keep in mind all medications must be delivered by a parent/guardian to a school administrator or school nurse.
·All medications need to have the original pharmacy label.
·All prescription medications require a doctor’s Medication Order and a parental consent.
·EpiPen (epinephrine auto injectors) require a doctor’s order and a
Food, Allergy, & Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan. Please print and attach your child's photo, along with parent/guardian signature, and return to the School Nurse on the first day of school. These forms must be renewed as needed and updated at the beginning of each academic year.
·Inhalers require a doctor’s order and an Asthma Action Plan. Please print and attach your child's photo, along with parent/guardian signature, and return to the School Nurse on the first day of school. These forms must be renewed as needed and updated at the beginning of each academic year.
Please do not hesitate to contact me at 781-599-4422 x2 or email@example.com to inform me of any pertinent information regarding your child’s medical history and/or specific needs.
Note: This information is for the School Nurse and Health Records only.
Be safe, and be well.
Arlene Gennari RN BSN NCSN
School Health Office Forms and Links
Please call your child out sick before the start of the school day. Our school nurse, Arlene Gennari RN, can be reached at 781-599-4422 x2 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents are responsible for completing and providing all the health paperwork, Immunization records, and up-to-date physicals before a child can be allowed to attend school.
All students that are in need of taking medication, must provide proper documentation with the medication to the School Nurse, who will administer the medication at the prescribed time.