Contact the Clinic
Nurse Lee Ann: Monday-Tuesday
Nurse Cindy: Wednesday-Friday
Please copy both nurses on any email messages and one of us will get back to you as soon as possible.
Notify the front office for updates to your contact information. Please visit the other pages on this site. They contain information about health topics, as well as, links to medical forms.
Keep Your Child Healthy
MEDICATION Even over the counter medications cannot be given at school without a medication authorization form completed. Download the appropriate form from this website under the “forms” section. EACH school year, new forms are required. See medication section for more detailed information.
PARENT CONTACT A parent will be called to pick up a child for the following:
¨ Fever over 100.4 degrees
¨ Diarrhea or vomiting in the past 24 hours
¨ Significant pain, repeated complaints
¨ Unable to participate in the normal routine and regular school day
¨ Anything out of the ordinary
FEVER If a child is sent home with a fever, they must be fever free without the aid of a fever reducing product such as Tylenol for 24 hours before they return. This means that they should not return the next day. The 24 hour period begins from the time they no longer have any fever.
SERIOUS CONDITION If your child has any serious conditions, please alert the teacher/clinic so we may work with you to keep your child healthy at school.
LICE Every student with or treated for lice/nits must be cleared through the clinic to be readmitted to the classroom.
Keep Our Children Healthy
BIRTHDAYS will no longer be celebrated with food of any kind. We are Asking that no cupcakes, cookies, pizza, etc. be brought in for birthday celebrations. You are welcome to send in pencils, erasers, party favors of some sort, if you would like, but do not send in anything edible.
CELEBRATIONS All special celebration treats/foods brought into DCE must by NUT FREE, store bought with an ingredients label. No homemade treats are allowed. Treats brought into school must be pre-approved by the teacher and, as always, we encourage healthy snacks.
Handwashing is the most important way to prevent illness.