Claire Wilson, R.N. 281-237-3125
Holly McVey, R.N. 281-237-3126
(9th Grade Campus)
If your child has medications in the clinic, please remind them to see their nurse and make arrangements for pick up. We cannot send controlled substances, such as ADHD meds, home with your student. A parent will need to make arrangements to pick it up.
Paperwork for next year will be sent home when the medication is picked up. If the medication is not picked up by June 2nd, it will need to be disposed of. Thank you in advance for your assistance with this.
Please remember if you were notified that your child was due a shot over the summer, it must be completed and turned in before the first day of school for your child to attend. Don't forget to send a copy of any other vaccines given over the summer so we may update your child's record.
24 Hour Rule
Students who demonstrate signs and symptoms of illness or a possible communicable disease should be referred to the school clinic for further assessment. Those with an elevated temperature of 100 degrees or above or those who vomit or have diarrhea must be isolated and sent home.
The student must be fever free without fever-reducing medication for 24 hours before he/she can be allowed back in school. Those excluded due to vomiting or diarrhea must also be free of symptoms for 24 hours without the use of preventative medications before being allowed back in school. (Administrative Regulation FFAD) .