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If you have any questions, please contact the school nurse.

You can reach her by email, or by calling your child's school 940-684-1878 ext. 320. 

If she is not in her office please leave a message and she will return your call asap.


Also, please inquire about ImmTrac at your next healthcare visit.  ImmTrac is a very useful resource and will keep a record of your child's immunizations.  Adults may now use the service as well.  This is very handy especially for use in employment and college entrance and requirements.  Here is a link to forms that will assist you in becoming a member of ImmTrac, both child and adult:




Prescription Medication Treatment Request


Infection control video:


(click on the links below)

School Nurse Practice

Covid in Teens and Children
Duration of Isolation and Precautions for Adults with COVID-19
TEA Public Health Planning Guidance
School Decision-Making Tool for Parents, Caregivers, and Guardians- (Includes a back to school planning checklist for parents/guardians/caregivers):
COVID-19 Testing overview:

What your test results mean (Picture)

If you are sick: (this includes the next two websites. Should we put all three or just this one and make note to look at “When to quarantine”, and “isolate if you are sick”?)

When to Quarantine: 

Isolate if you are sick:



EpiPen 4 Schools Anaphylaxis Training Video:

Anaphylaxis Symptoms



Handwashing Tips:

Handwashing Video: 

Elmo Handwashing Video: 

Creating an Asthma Action Plan:

Epilepsy Action Plan

Allergy and Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan document:

Allergy and Anaphylaxis information:

Information and requirements for Texas Vision and Hearing Screening in Schools: 

Texas Spinal Screening information and requirements:


Scoliosis & Kyphosis Information:


Spinal screens are performed in the 5th and 8th grades.  They are a state-mandated screening.

For more information, contact your health care professional.  You may also visit the following websites:




Helpful Websites:




Epilepsy Foundation


Asthma Information for Parents


 Immunization Requirement for School Attendance

College Vaccine Requirements

Flu Information:

Flu shots are available through your healthcare provider, area clinics, pharmacies, and local health departments. It is not too late to get a flu shot. Flu shots take 2 weeks to become effective and are from a dead virus and do not cause the flu. Additional information on seasonal flu is available on the website of the Center for Disease Control.  

Students, staff, and parents with flu-like symptoms should stay home until at least 24 hours after they no longer have a fever (without the use of fever-reducing medicine). If your child is home from school with the flu or flu-like symptoms, please notify the office that your child is home with flu or flu-like illness. This will assist the District and the Health Department in monitoring the spread of the flu.


Key Facts about Influenza/Flu 

Preventing the Flu:  Good Health Habits Can Help Stop Germs  

Everyday Preventive Actions to Prevent the Flu  


Measles information: 

Hepatitis B:  

Hepatitis C: 

Bacterial Meningitis: 

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