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Updated Clinic Guidelines
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve made a few changes in the clinic to better care for our students and keep them safe.
- Family Update Website:
As the new school year begins, we want to remind you to visit the Family Update Website to update health and contact information. If your child has a medical condition, please complete the appropriate Healthcare Plan and return to the school. Click below to log in. Instructions on how to create an account are also on the site:
- Changes to Medication Administration:
Due to safety reasons and to minimize the exposure to illnesses, only medications required during the school day will be given. All over- the- counter medications will require a doctor’s note.
During this pandemic, asthma treatments using an inhaler with a spacer/chamber are recommended over nebulizer treatments. Nebulizer treatments will not be given unless deemed an emergency and 911 will be called.
- Coronavirus Information
Student Health Survey
Student Health Survey Spanish
Allergy/Emergency Action Plan
Asthma Action Plan
Diabetic Health Action Plan
Diastat Administration Orders
DPH News Release Measles
IDSA Measles Fact Sheet
Medication Authorization Spanish
Medical Information Release and Fax Consent - Spanish Version
Miscellaneous Student Health Action Plan
Seizure Health Action Plan
Special Dietary Request
Is Your Student Too Sick for School?
When your student has a fever, keep them home. During the first days of illness when systems are most severe and the infection is most contagious, students should stay home. Students can return to school when symptoms are improving and no fever has been detected for 24 hours without taking any fever reducing medicine such as Tylenol or Ibuprofen, etc.
Tips for Parents from Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
Know What to do About the Flu (flu.gov)
Seasonal Influenza from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta on Influenza
Allegies in Children
Allergic Rhinitis - Spanish
EPI Pen and EPI Pen Junior - Spanish
Asthma Basics (Spanish)
Pink Eye (Spanish)
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