Health Office

School Nurse Health Services

Students who are ill and need to go home during the school day must first be seen by the school nurse, health clerk, or administrator, who will notify the parent. Students must not use their cell phones to request a parent/guardian to pick them up. All medications must be given by the site designee(s). This includes prescriptions, antibiotics, cold medicines, allergy medication, etc. Appropriate paperwork must be completed by a physician and/or the student's parent/guardian. 

First aid, emergency, and general health services are provided by a school nurse when on duty. There are no walk-ins allowed during instructional time - a pass to the nurse must be issued by the classroom teacher. For "non-urgent" matters, a student may visit with the nurse before/after school or during lunch. Prescription medications may not be given to students by the health office or other school personnel unless accompanied by a statement from a physician. SDUSD policy allows the Health Office to dispense Tylenol or Ibuprofen if a signed parental consent form is on file. Please be sure to have a completed permission form on file each year.


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