SHS NURSING/HEALTH OFFICE
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SHS Nursing Staff
Michele Crouse, BSN, RN, BCWCC
Pamela Johnson, BSN, RN, NCSN
Kayleigh Webert, BSN, RN
Please feel free to call us with any questions or concerns regarding your child. We can be reached from 7:30am - 2:30pm.
Some other important information to share with you:
If your child has an extended absence due to illness or injury, please contact us. We can help troubleshoot obtaining homework and can answer questions related to attendance.
At the High School level, students are encouraged to keep their inhalers in their possession at all times. With the school being as large as it is, it just makes sense for the students to have access to their emergency medication as quickly as possible. Epipens are kept in our Nurses' Office, but we ask that you provide your child with an extra one to keep with them if they are athletes or are involved in after-school activities. All other medications that need to be administered to your child during the school day must be brought into the Health Office by an adult!
Under the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) rules, a student's physical exam is good for 13 months from the date of the exam; i.e. an exam performed on 9/1/2012 will be valid until 10/1/2013. Students who participate in sports need to have a valid physical exam on record here in our office that is current through their entire sport season. If your child's physical exam expires during the sport season, they will be exempt from play until a new physical exam is provided to us.
Please see the Nursing/Health Services Department webpage for additional information, including links to resources, policies, procedures and health office forms.
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