Meeting’s with Teachers and Administration
We encourage meetings and communication with your child’s classroom teacher. Working together increases student achievement. We do ask that you please provide your child’s teacher with 24-hour advance notice when wanting to meet with them. When requesting a meeting with administrator, please see secretary to schedule meeting.
NURSE’S OFFICE INFORMATION
Sherry Mitchell, R.N.
Jessie Demers, Health Aide
Welcome back to school!
Just a few important back-to-school reminders
All food allergies need to be documented on
your child’s physical, or written on a note to
the School Nurse by your child’s doctor.
Please make sure to inform your child’s
Teacher and the School Nurse about any
allergies your child may have i.e. food, bee
1. A new Doctor’s order is required every new school year; for medication administration in school. Medication Authorization forms can be obtained thru the Nurse’s office @ 203-574-8318.
2. Medications are not be sent in with the students. Medications need to be brought into school, to the school nurse, by an adult.
Please make sure there is an extra change of clothes in your child’s book bag every day. So that in the event they have a bathroom accident they have clothes to change into after they clean up. Thanks!
Thank you all for your attention to these important matters. Please feel free to call with any questions; I can be reached @ 203-574-8318.
Wishing everyone a very happy and healthy school year!!!
from the NURSE’S OFFICE
5th grade parents reminder: Physical Exams are needed for 6th grade. Informational packets will be sent home the first week of this moth . (Please send in all completed forms to the Nurses’s office once your child’s physical exam is done.) Feel free to call me with any questions @ 203-574-8318.
Kindergarten Parents - Please remember to make sure there is an extra change of clothes in your child’s bookbag to be used in case of bathroom accidents. Thanks!
REMINDER TO ALL PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH MEDICINE IN SCHOOL: Please remember that ALL meds need to be picked up from the Nurse’s Office by an adult by the last day of school. Medications not picked up will be thrown away – as per Health Department policy. Please feel free to contact me @ 203-574-8318 with any questions. Thanks!
Sherry Mitchell, R.N.
Jessie Demers, Public Health Aide
We have had many “accidents” in our pants so far this year. In order to keep your child from having to lose class time and to keep you from having to leave work, please put an extra set of clothing in your child’s bookbag. Thank you!