The End of The Year Medication Pick-up Procedures
- The prescription medication can be picked up in the office from the school nurse until Thursday, May 25th.
- All left over prescription medication will be given to the building principal on May 25th and he/she will contact the parents and sign out the medication to the parents.
- If the medication has not been picked up by June 14th, all principals will drop off the remaining medication to the Pupil Personnel Director at the NE Board Office to sign out the medications to the parents.
- Parent pick up for prescription medication will be available at the board office until Friday, June 23rd.
- Monday, June 26th, all remaining prescription medications will be dropped off to the Clark County Sheriff’s Department to be processed and destroyed.
Immunization requirements for 7th Grade have changed!!
Please contact your physician's office, local health department, or School Nurse for details.
Please help the School Nurse care for your child by informing when your child has:• any chronic or acute illnesses
• a new medication or change in medication dosage
• a life-threatening or new allergy
• a serious injury requiring hospitalization, or a diagnosed head concussion
• an injury requiring casting, sutures, a splint, or mobility assistance of crutches or wheelchair
• vision or hearing difficulties
The School Nurse will work with the child's parent, physician and other school personnel to meet special health needs in school so the child may benefit from his or her educational program.
• Updating the phone numbers on your child’s school record so the nurse can always reach you
• Sharing if there is an event at home or in the family that may impact your child at school such as military deployment, birth, or death of a family member or of a beloved pet.
• If your child is absent, please do not forget to call the school daily to report your child’s absence. Upon return, your child will need a written doctor’s or parent note.
• A child must provide a note from the doctor for activity restriction due to an injury or illness
When to keep your child home:
• Temperature of 100 degrees F or greater within the past 24 hours, without the use of fever reducing medications
• Vomiting or diarrhea occurring within the past 24 hours
• Strep infections of any kind, conjunctivitis, or impetigo. These are all contagious infections and must be treated with medication for at least 24 hours before returning to school
• Rash of unknown origin - this may indicate many different things and should be checked by your pediatrician
• Untreated lice infestation, including nits
Remember if your student is ill and comes to school, he or she could also infect others.