Clinic / Medications

Due to the pending inclement weather, all RCS events scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday January 19, 2019 have been cancelled.

Clinic / Medications

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Reynoldsburg's school nurses and health aides provide medical care to students in our schools on most days. For simple bruises and bellyaches, they may provide minor treatment and determine whether students can return to class. They also work with families and their doctors to provide maintenance care for serious conditions, such as diabetes, that might otherwise prevent some children from attending school.
 
School nurses also teach. They provide classroom instruction about hygiene, wellness, puberty and health at appropriate grade levels. They can provide information on health topics of common concern to staff members and parents.
 
Nurses travel among schools during the day, and their schedules may change depending on student need. The easiest way to contact our school nurse for non-urgent matters is by email.
 
Janine Wright
 
 
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Should my child stay home?
 
Every day matters at school. Together we can maximize the time all children are healthy and ready to learn by taking a few steps to prevent the spread of cold and flu. Children who exhibit the following symptoms should stay home from school:
 * a fever of 99.5 degrees or higher
* Vomiting
* Any symptoms that prevent him/her from participating in school activities, such as: excessive tiredness or lack of appetite, productive coughing or sneezing, headache, body aches, ear aches or sore throat.
 
  
Please keep your child at home until fever is gone 
for at least 24 hours WITHOUT medication.
 
Please remember:
Always call the school if your child will be absent
AND send in a parental or doctor's note once your child returns to class.
Thank you.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Summit Road STEM
Clinic
#501-5532
 
 
 
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