• Clinic

Clinic Information

  • Our clinic will provide first aid if students become ill or injured during the day. The clinic will contact the parent/guardian if the situation requires your immediate attention or medical emergency. Please make sure that all parent contact information is up-to-date with the Front Office. Clinic workers supervise the administration of medications, take temperatures, and administer emergency first aid when appropriate.

  • Is My Child Too Sick for School?

    If you answer YES to any of these, please keep your child at home: 

    • Fever of 100.4 degrees without fever-reducing medication 
    • Must be fever free for 24 hours without fever-reducing medication 
    • Nausea, reoccurring vomiting, diarrhea, or abdominal pain 
    • Sore throat 
    • Persistent cough 
    • Red, inflamed, or discharging eyes 
    • Any open sore oozing fluid or pus 
    • Rash with fever or signs of illness 
    • Suspected impetigo, lice, or scabies that is not being treated 
    • Earache 
    • Any other unusual signs or symptoms of illness 

    Full document "Is My Child Too Sick for School?"

  • Guidelines for Medication Administration

    For the safety of all students at our school, the following guidelines should be followed when requesting administration of medications at school:

    • Only those medications required during school hours should be administered at school. Please check with your physician regarding the need for medications to be administered during school hours. 

    • All medications, both prescription and over-the-counter, must be accompanied by a completed Administration of Medication Request form (available from the school clinic) and brought to school by an adult. Students may not transport medication to school. 

    • All medications must be in an original child-proof container. Prescription medications must be in their labeled prescription bottle. School staff will administer medication according to the directions on the label. 

    • Any medications remaining at the end of the school year must be picked up or school staff will dispose of them. 

    • Students may only carry medication as prescribed by law with the required documentation. Please check with our school clinic worker if your child needs to carry emergency medications with them. 

  • Clinic Needs

    The clinic is in need of donated clothes for accidents during the school day. We accept pants/shorts, long and short sleeve shirts, shoes, underwear, socks, and belts. Items must be thoroughly cleaned and have working buttons and zippers. No holes, but a little wear and tear is fine. Thank you! 

Clinic Worker