School Wellness/Health

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Welcome Parents!
Our School Wellness page will provide you with Medical Forms you may need for your scholar as well as updates regarding Health and Safety Promotion/Education.
I encourage you and your scholar to regularly view this page for health tips and much more throughout the school year. Also, if you have any questions regarding your child's health/safety you can email me, LPA's School Health Personnel,  at nursecahill.lpa@gmail.com

Thank you for checking out School Wellness and stay tuned for more updates!
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FLU SEASON IS HERE! 
One major way to prevent the flu is to get the flu vaccine each year. I encourage all children and adults to be vaccinated against the flu to protect yourselves and other from the chances of contracting the virus. Below are several links that will provide you with more information regarding the flu, the flu vaccine, and additional topics on the flu.
Who Should Get The Flu Vaccine.pdf
Why Get The Flu Vaccine.pdf

Cleaning to Prevent the Flu.pdf
Advice for Parents- Talking to Kids about Flu.pdf
Caring for Your Child Who Has the Flu.pdf

# 1 way to keep from getting SICK...
HAND WASHING!

How to Wash Your Hands

When to Wash Your Hands

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IF YOUR SCHOLAR IS SICK WHEN CAN THEY COME BACK TO SCHOOL?

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Forms:

 Student Health Clinic Card
This form provides the school nurse with important medical information regarding your child's health, any conditions they may have, and emergency contacts. Each student is required to have one on file.

Prescription Medication Authorization.pdf *
This form is needed if your child requires administration of prescription medication(s) during school hours. The form must be completed, signed by a physician, and submitted to the school nurse along with the prescribed medication(s).
NOTE:
One form per medication


Non-Prescription Medication Authorization Form.pdf​ *
This form is for students who may require administration of over-the-counter medication(s) during school hours such as, Tylenol, Advil, Benadryl, etc... The form must be completed, signed by a physician, and submitted to the school nurse along with the medication(s).

Authorization to Carry Inhaler...etc. Form *
This form is for students who are required and/or responsible enough to carry and self-administer an inhaler, Epi-Pen, and/or Insulin. This form must be completed, signed by a physician, and submitted to the school nurse.

Attention Parents and Guardian Whose Scholar May Suffer From Asthma and/or Allergies:
Below are two important forms that should be on file for your scholar's health and safety. Please print the plan of your scholar's needs, have completed by your child's physician, and submitted to LPA.


Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan.pdf
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Asthma Action Plan.pdf*


*See parent instruction/responsibilities for medication below:
Responsibility of Parent for Medication.pdf










 

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