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

      Nurse Erin Lonsdale BSN,RN

                                 erin.lonsdale@fwisd.org   Phone 817.814.9420

     

                           ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING VACCINATIONS

    • 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. 

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      HEALTH OFFICE REMINDERS

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    • 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.

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     HEALTHY STUDENTS MAKE BETTER LEARNERS

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    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.