pic   CLINIC HOURS 7:40 A.M. TO 3:10 P.M. 

      Nurse Victoria Benoit  RN

                                 victoria.benoit@fwisd.org   Phone 817.814.9420



    • DTAP (Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis) 4-5 doses, 1 dose after the student's birthday and BEFORE Kindergarten starts
    • Polio 3-4 doses - 1 dose after the student's 4th birthday and BEFORE Kindergarten starts
    • MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella) 2 doses required
    • Hepatitis B - 3 doses
    • Varicella - 2 doses
    • Hepatitis A - 2 doses, 1st dose reccived after 1st birthday

       ATTENTION 5TH GRADERS: You may need a DTAP dose before entering middle school (age 11)

    Ask your doctor about: The MENB shot Prevents group B bacterial meningitis that can kill and maim in hours. Must have a meningococcal vaccine before 7th grade. 




    • Very Important!!!  Keep your emergency contact information current.
    • All medications must have a Doctor's written order (see Forms and Policies) ...even over the counter medications like Tylenol (acetaminophen), Advil (ibuprofen) and allergy eye drops.





    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, inflammation or drainage from eyes
    • Severe cold symptoms
    • Students should only return to school:


      Hints for back to school to help the school nurse!

    • Make sure your contact information is updated online
    • Pre K and Kinder students put a clean pair of pants and underwear in their backpack
    • Please share any medial information with the Nurse such as chronic illness, mental health diagnosis, allergies, and asthma.
    • It can be beneficial to sign a records sharing request from the child's doctor's office to send medical information to the school nurse.
    • Make sure your child knows your phone number and the phone number of a few more people to call in an emergency
    • Take the nurse's call when she calls you and have a plan on what to do if your child needs to go home.  Have a backup person who can pick up your child if you're not available and make sure that your backup person is on the emergency contact form
    • Fever Free Rule:  24 hours fever-free with no medication.  This is for your child's safety as well as other children's safety to stop the spread of disease.