Welcome to the Medical section- Here we hope to provide you with the information you need for all of your medical/nursing related questions.
Our nursing team consists of:
Mrs. Kelly Valentine- RN, MSN, Certified School Nurse MASD: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Kimberly Cooper -LPN Junior/Senior High School: email@example.com
Mrs. Marybeth Haney – LPN Elementary Center: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Barbara Barge -LPN Llewellyn Early Childhood Center: email@example.com
Our goal is to promote the health and well-being of each individual student and family. We are here to support students with ongoing medical conditions and to provide acute care to new conditions that may arise throughout the school day. We also complete the routine, mandated health screenings (vision, hearing, height/weight, scoliosis, etc.) as directed by the PA School Code.
Please contact your student's nurse with any questions/concerns. We hope to work together with our students, families, and school communities to assist each student in reaching their full potential physically, academically, and emotionally.
We truly believe that "Team work, makes the dream work."
Remember to keep washing your hands!!!
Just think of a FROG...
F-Friction R-Rubs O-Off G-Germs
COVID-19 RETURN TO SCHOOL UPDATES
As guidance and information continues to be updated, we will do our best to keep you abreast of all changes.
As of September 8, 2020 the following guidelines are in effect for all school personnel and students related to COVID-19 exposure.
Anyone who has been exposed to someone with a positive case of COVID-19 is required to self-quarantine for a period of 14 days following the date of the last known exposure. A negative COVID test is no longer utilized as a return to school option. Anyone with exposure is unable to return to school until they have satisfied the 14-day quarantine period. As stated by the CDC: “To be considered exposed to COVID-19, you have to have had close contact with someone with COVID-19. Close contact includes:
- Living with a person who has COVID-19
- Providing care for a person who has COVID-19
- Being within 6 feet of a person with COVID-19 for 15 minutes or more, or
- Having exposure to respiratory secretions from a person with COVID-19 (e.g., being coughed or sneezed on, sharing a drinking glass or utensils, kissing)
A person with COVID-19 is considered to be contagious starting from 2 days before they became sick (or 2 days before they tested positive if they never had symptoms) until they meet the criteria to discontinue isolation.
Please continue to utilize the Daily Symptom Monitoring Tool for your student every day, prior to attending school.
Video for Students - COVID-19 Information
Students entering grades 7 and 12 will need updated immunizations. Please click on the above link for full description. Immuniztations must be received or have a confirmed appointment to receive the required immunizations prior to the start of the upcoming school year. Exclusion requests need to be filed in writing. Please contact the school nurse with any questions.