• YMLA School Nurse

    CLINIC HOURS 8:25 AM to 3:55 PM  /  PHONE: 817-815-3420  /  FAX: 817-815-3452
    MS. RENK, RN, BSN


    ATTENTION 5th graders :: going into 6th Grade

    • Very important to fill out the Student Information Form, sign, & return to nurse's office. It allows us to treat for respiratory distress, when seconds count.
    • Return Student Health History Form to nurse's office.
    • If your child requires medication during the school day, self-administered (inhaler, etc), or administered by the nurse, please fill out the FORMS and return them to the nurses office the 1st day of school.

    Thank you!


    ATTENTION 6th graders :: SHOTS NEEDED for 7th Grade

    • Meningitis (MCV4)
    • TDAP Booster

    Return shot records to school nurse.



    ATTENTION Seniors :: You need a 2nd Meningitis (MCV4) shot before entering College. 

    • Ask your doctor about :: The MENB Shot TOO. Prevents group B bacterial meningitis that can kill and miam in hours.

    Return shot records to school nurse.


    HEALTH OFFICE REMINDERS


    1. Keep your emergency contact information current.
    2. Report communicable disease. For example: strep, chicken pox and lice.
    3. All medications must have a Doctor's written order (see Forms & Policies) ... even over the counter ones like Tylenol and eye drops.
       

    HEALTHY STUDENTS MAKE BETTER LEARNERS


    It is recommended that your student should stay at home if any of these symptoms exist:

    • Fever 100.0 or greater
    • Fever within the last 24 hours
    • Vomiting within the last 24 hours
    • Unexplained rash
    • Redness or drainage from eyes
    • Severe cold symptoms
    • Students should return to school
      • when temperature is normal for the past 24 hours without fever-reducing medication,
      • when diarrhea and or vomiting has stopped for a full 24 hours without the aid of medication,
      • after student takes prescribed antibiotic medication for 24 hours prior to returning to school,
      • and the student feels well enough to be in school for a full day.