I am very happy to have the opportunity to communicate with you about your student's individual health and the needs of the school to protect all students' health. Please use this page to educate yourself, and know that I always welcome calls and emails for questions and comments.
David Congleton RN, BSN
Parents, please do not send your child to school if they have:
- a fever of 100 or greater,
- red eyes not due to allergy,
- an unexplained rash,
- a draining infected wound that has not been seen by a doctor,
- vomiting or diarrhea,
- a cough with difficulty breathing or chest pain.
- Your student needs breakfast everyday. If you run outoftime at home, a hot nutritious breakfast is served at school every morning.
- Is your student getting 9-10 hours of sleep every night? Make surethe vidoeo games and TV are off and you have a set time to get into bed each night.
- Fresh air, sunshine, and exercise are very important for the health of your student. Limit TV and computer time and plan some fun outdoor actvities when the weather permits.