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District Nurse

USD 323 District Nurse

 

Lisa Eagles, RN

St. George School Nurse

EaglesL@rockcreekschools.org

 

Angie Adams, RN

Rock Creek and Westmoreland Elementary School Nurse

AdamsA@rockcreekschools.org

 

RCJSHS Phone: (785)494-8591, (844)805-5633 (toll free)

SGES Phone: (785)494-2482, (785)494-2492

WES  Phone: (785)457-3462, (785)457-3374

 

Vaccine consent form- Flu shot or other required vaccine consent form for Pottawatomie Co. Health Department.

Permission for Prescription Medication Form- For all prescription medications to be given at school.

Permission for Over the Counter Medication form-Only good for 2 weeks. If needed longer than 2 weeks, "Permission for Prescription Medication" form will need filled out and signed by the doctor. USD 323 WILL NOT provide any over the counter medications. 

Permission for self-administration Asthma Medication Form -7th - 12th Grade only.

Immunization Requirements for 2019-2020-New requirements starting 2019-2020 school year. 

Health Assessment Form -Elementary (Only needed for New students. Returning students do not need this.)

KSHSAA Sports Physical Form-Jr/Sr High

                                                                                                                                                

Help us keep our kids and schools healthy!

 

Below are the guidelines of when to return to school after an illness. These guidelines are from the Kansas Dept. of Health which our school follows.

 

•Students must be fever free for at least 24 hours before returning to school. A fever is 100 degrees F. or greater. Fever free means without the use of fever reducing medication such as Tylenol or Ibuprofen.

 

•Students should not return to school until 24 hours after the last episode of vomiting or diarrhea.

 

•Pink eye. Students may return after seeing a doctor or eye doctor once prescribed eye drops have been started, unless their behavior is such that close contact with other students cannot be avoided.

 

This not only helps prevent the spread of illness but also assures that your child feels ready to learn.

 

Also, remember to cover your cough or sneeze, wash your hands often, stay home when you are sick, and get a flu shot every year!

 

Thank you,

Angie Adams, RN

Lisa Eagles, RN

USD 323 School Nurses.