55 Lawn Park Avenue
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
fax: 609- 671-3461
Your child's health & safety are my top priorities. My responsibilities include promoting & protecting the optimal health status of all students, ensuring a healthy school climate, & minimizing absences due to illness. I need your assistance in forming a partnership to ensure these goals are met. Please don't hesitate to email me at email@example.com or call me at 671-5563 if you have any questions or need to share any changes or updates in your child's health file. Thank you!
We encourage medication be administered outside of school hours but realize there are times when medication must be given during school, such as one that needs to be given four or more times a day. The Board of Education requires specfic medication forms to be completed and signed by the doctor and parent. See below.
The Board of Education requires all students new to the District to have a physical examination. The Universal Child Health Record form is to be completed by your child's physician. Physical examinations must be done no more than 365 days prior to school entry to be accepted for registration. Please make sure the date of the physical exam is specified by your physician.
This is a list of immunizations required for all students to attend school in New Jersey. Immunization records need to be submitted to the Health Office for review BEFORE your child can start school.
This form must be completed by the physician for daily medications including over-the-counter or short term medications, such as antibiotics and cough medicine.
For residents of Mercer County who are in need of receiving medical care, but do not have adequate health insurance, the attached list of agencies may be able to provide care at a reduced fee or no cost.
In an effort to keep germs out of school, the District asks that you follow the "24 Hour Rule". Please read the attachment describing the exclusion time from school for the most common communicable diseases. Please call the Health Office if your child is diagnosed with a communicable disease. The nurse keeps a record so that they can monitor the number of cases of a particular disease and they send home notices to alert parents.
The attachment reviews key facts about the flu. This information may be helpful. For more detailed information, you can visit the Center for Disease Control (www.cdc.gov) or the American Academy of Pediatrics (www.aap.org) web sites or contact your physician.
This form is to be completed by the parent/guardian indicating whether or not the student is capable of self-administering emergency medication. This form also has a section for parents/guardians to authorize a trained designee to administer emergency medication in the absence of the school nurse.
This form is to be completed by the parent/guardian giving current emergency contact information This form also has a section for parents/guardians to authorize emergency medical treatment for their child.
This form is to be completed by the healthcare provider. There is a section at the bottom where the healthcare provider must indicate whether or not the student is capable of self-administering his/her asthma medication in the absence of the school nurse.