Health Clerk at MHS: Mery McEvoy - firstname.lastname@example.org 626-441-5860 ext. 6903
SPUSD District Nurse: Abigail Silver, RN, MSN, ACNP-BC - email@example.com 626-441-5830 ext 3917
School Year 2020-2021 - There will be an LVN at each school site to assist with any COVID-related issues.
Medication During The School Day: For the health and safety of your child at school it is requested that:
UNDER NO CONDITION WILL MEDICATION BE GIVEN OUT THE ABOVE GUIDELINES ARE FOLLOWED. For more information click here.
- ALL medication given at school must be accompanied by a District form available in the office.
- All medication must be given from the prescription bottle or vial and in accordance with the label on the bottle or vial.
- For the safety and welfare of your child, as well as the total school population, do not put medication in a school lunch container. This includes such things as Tylenol, cough drops, etc.
- If medication is given, a medication form must be obtained from the office and signed by your physician. No medication will be given without the dosage, schedule time, and amount to be given.
Health Issues - Parental Responsibilities:
- To see that children attend school well-nourished, well-rested, and free from illness.
- To ensure that children are dressed appropriately for the weather.
- To notify the school promptly if a child has a contagious disease such as head lice, chicken Pox, measles, impetigo, strep throat, conjunctivitis, etc., and to keep the child at home in accordance with school district policy.
- To ensure that your child brings a healthy, nutritious snack/lunch if a student will not purchase lunch at school.