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         LaTonia Robicheaux RN
   Nita Gorgy, Assistant

Medication Reminders: 1.All medication must be brought to and picked up from the clinic by a parent. Children are not permitted to transport medications.
2. All medications require written permission from a parent. Forms are located in the clinic.
3.Only prescription medication needed for the student to remain in school will be given by the clinic. Prescription medication must be in it's original container, kept locked and stored in the nurse's office.
3.Over the counter medications will only be administered for a period of 2 weeks with written parent permission. A doctors note will be required for any OTC medication needed longer than 2 weeks. 

Immunization Requirements:

*Please notify the attendance office if your student is absent due to a fever and what the reason may be. For example, diagnosed flu, strep throat, eye infection (pink eye) or any other contagious   illness the doctor feels that the school should be notified.
*Signs and symptoms of the flu:  fever,sore throat and/or cough
**Helpful tips to keep you, your child, and our school community well:
    Keep your child home for a fever of 100 or higher until they are fever free for 24 hours without the aid   of fever reducing medications (Tylenol, Motrin/Advil)
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or use the inside of your elbow when you cough or sneeze.
Wash your hands frequently, at least 20 seconds, and if soap and water are not available you can use an alcohol based sanitizer.
Make sure that children are getting plenty of rest, physical activity, drink plenty of water, and eating well to stay healthy


School Nurses: LaTonia Robicheaux RN

Phone: (832)484-6714
Fax: (832) 484-6716

Clinic Assistant: Nita Gorgy
Phone: (832) 484-6720

For further information on Policies regarding immunizations, medication, and other health information, follow link below:

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