CJH Campus Nurse
Jennifer Maiorana, BSN, RNC
Phone Number: 281-234-0626
Fax (secure): 281-644-1856
CJH Campus Clinic Aide
Mirna Diaz, MA
Phone Number: 281-234-0625
Fax (secure): 281-644-1856
We are here as healthcare providers in the school setting. We assess sick students, provide first aid for injuries, attend to emergencies, promote safety and wellness for students and staff, and maintain students' health and immunization records to name a few of our duties. We value education and will encourage students to remain in school or class unless they have a communicable illness that prevents them from attending school per KISD policy.
COVID-19 Self Screening
Can my Child Go to School Today (COVID Information)
Flow Chart_Can My Child Go To School.pdf
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Communicable Illness Policy
The health and safety of our staff and students is our top priority. As a campus we will make continued efforts, based on district guidelines and best practices to keep your child safe and healthy. Unfortunately, throughout the school year, it is not uncommon for children to contract an illness that requires them to be sent home from school. This year, due to the current health pandemic, sick children presenting with COVID-19 like symptoms: fever (>100.0 F), cough, congestion, runny nose, sore throat, shortness of breath, diarrhea or vomiting, abdominal discomfort, new unexplained loss of taste or smell, headache, sore throat, significant muscle aches/pains, will be triaged to a safe location to be monitored by clinic staff. All children presenting with possible COVID-19 like symptoms will be required to be picked up from campus, by a parent, as soon as possible or within an hour of being notified.
All medications must be kept in the clinic and must be approved, documented in writing, and on file in the school clinic. No medications or drugs of any type are to be carried by a student, kept in a locker, or elsewhere on school grounds. Any exception to this rule must be approved, documented in writing, and on file in the school clinic. A student with Diabetes, Asthma, or Anaphylaxis is entitled to possess and self-administer his/her prescription medication once all required paperwork is completed and on file in the school clinic. Students who are found to be in possession of any medication without proper authorization will be referred to a campus administrator and may be subject to disciplinary action as written in the KISD Discipline Management Plan and Student Code of Conduct.
Immunizations for Students Entering 7th Grade
The State of Texas requires the following immunizations for entrance to 7th grade:
Parents/Guardians of incoming 7th graders are required to provide proof of these immunizations, or state approved exemptions, before the start of the school year. Seventh grade students will not receive his/her schedule during Colt Camp prior to the start of school, or attend class without these vaccinations on file. You will be contacted to keep your child at home until the school is provided with an up-to-date record. Your child may deliver a copy of the record directly to the clinic, or parents may submit records to the front office.
You may also submit your child's updated immunization record electronically to the nurse's email or fax listed at the top of this page. Thank you for helping to ensure a smooth transition for your child's entrance into 7th grade.
Clinic Forms and Additional Information
Katy ISD clinic forms and additional information can be found on the Health Services website by following the link below.
KatyISD Health Services