Just a reminder that all medications must be checked in to the clinic by a parent or legal guardian. Children are NOT allowed to carry medications to or from school. All medications are to be in the original container. (The pharmacy should be able to give you a second bottle for school.) Medications, prescription and over-the-counter, will be administered per the instructions on the label. They must be current. No expired medication will be administered. Inhalers and nebulizer treatments should be in the original box with the pharmacy label. We can not accept them otherwise. If your child requires nebulizer treatments you must provide the tubing as we do not keep this stocked in the clinic. Please refer to the CISD policy on medication administration for questions or you may contact the clinic.
Weâve all heard the buzz about Zika and West Nile which can be transmitted through a mosquito bite. With all the rain and floods it is predicted that mosquitos will be especially bad this year. Since they can be carriers of viruses that can make us very sick it is important to protect ourselves from mosquito bites. To keep our students safe the district has created a policy allowing studentâs to use bug repellant at school. The policy is found in the student handbook. Please review it or contact the clinic before sending it to school. Below are links to the Centers for Disease Control mosquito bite prevention tips. Please take a moment to look at them, so you will be prepared to protect yourself and your family.
If you use assistive technology and experience difficulty accessing the documents below, please contact the school nurse.
Below are links to information regarding lice, transmission, and treatment. We recommend you do weekly head checks as well as after sleep overs to aid in early detection. If live lice are found, everyone in the household should be checked. Treatment should be done only on those who have live lice. It is important to notify friends and family members the child has come in close contact with recently so they may be checked as well. If you have any questions feel free to contact the clinic.
We are starting to come into cold and flu season. Please help to prevent the spread of the flu by talking to your kids about the importance of hand washing, getting a flu vaccine, and keeping them home when they are sick. The following link shares some great information on this topic.
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