When a student becomes ill, he/she is sent to the Nurse’s Office.  If a student has a temperature, the parent is called and asked to take the student home.  Needless to say, a student with a temperature should not be in contact with other students. 

    Students may not remain in the Nurse’s Office for a long period of time.  School personnel are not allowed to give medication to students (this includes aspirin or similar medicines).  The school will have a health card on each child, so if your child has some special problem, please be sure we know--especially if a child has diabetes, epilepsy, heart condition, asthma, or other similar health conditions.

    Parents who have children diagnosed with food allergies should contact the school nurse so that proper preventative measures can be discussed and put in place.