• Clinic Information



    Administration of Medication

    Asthma Management Plan

    Individualized Health Management Plan

    Allergy Emergency

    If you do not see the form needed for your child, please contact the clinic for more information.
    Nereida Perez 770-582-7585

  • Help A Child Smile Dental Program

    We are happy to have Help a Child Smile Mobile Dental Program come to our school. We will be scheduling the mobile dentist to come out sometime in February or March 2024. If you would like to participate in this event, please contact the clinic. For more information you can also check out their website at https://hcsga.com/

    Service provided includes:

    Preventive Care

    • Complete dental exam
    • Cleaning
    • X-Rays
    • Fluoride treatments
    • Sealants
    • Oral health instruction

    Restorative Care

    • Fillings
    • Simple extractions
    • Pulpotomy (Treatment of the nerves inside of baby teeth)
    • Crowns

  • Health and Wellness Resource

    Health and Wellness Resource

  • Clothing Needs

    Donations of the following are appreciates:

    Baby wipes, paper towels, Kleenex, and clothing: 4-10 girl's pants and boy's pants 

  • Medication Policies

    No child is to carry medications on his or her person or transport them on the bus. Concerns regarding epi-pens or inhalers should be communicated to Ms. Nereida Perez
    For the safety of all students at our school, these guidelines should be followed:
    1. Administration of prescription and over-the-counter medicine (even for a short period of time) is discouraged.Parents should check with their physician regarding the need for medications to be administered during school hours.Medications prescribed three times daily often can be given before school, after school, and at bedtime. If youhave any questions about this procedure, please call the school clinic.2. All medications, both prescription and over-the-counter, must be accompanied by this form and brought to theschool clinic by an adult.3. All medications must be in the ORIGINAL CHILD PROOF CONTAINER. Prescription medications must be inthe labeled prescription bottle. Pharmacists can give a duplicate labeled container with only the school dose. Itis the responsibility of the parent/guardian to inform the school of any changes and update medication forms.Medications stored in envelopes, baggies, etc., will not be administered.
    4. For students to carry Asthma Inhalers the student should have a signed asthma management form by physician. This form should be brought to the clinic directly by parent first with the medication 
    5. Medications must be picked up at the end of the year, or the school will dispose of them
    The clinic does NOT provide Tylenol, Advil, antacids, cold medications or any other type of medication for students. 
    All prescribed medication must be accompanied by a health management plan. Under forms you will find the form needed for administration of medication. 

  • School Flu Prevention

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  • Student Illness or Injury

    GCPS recommends that any students with flu-like symptoms be isolated until the parents can pick them up.

    Symptoms include:

    • Fever over 100 degrees
    • Acute respiratory illness: sore throat, congestion, runny nose, or cough

    Less common symptoms include:

    • Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea
    • Lethargy
    • Lack of appetite

    Physical Education or Recess Restrictions:

    Students with casts, crutches, wheelchairs, etc. should contact Ms. Perez at the Clinic so that Physical Education class or recess restrictions and/or accommodations can be determined. 

  • Transportation Guidelines

    Students should not be sent home on the bus if they have signs of flu-like symptoms.

    Parents are encouraged when picking up a student with flu-like symptoms to contact their medical provider or the health department for additional guidance.

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  • Contact

    Nereida Perez