Welcome to the Nurse's Nook!Thank you for taking time to visit our website! We are happy to be such an integral part of your child’s school health services team. Our goal is to deliver quality acute, chronic, and/or emergency health care to your child in an atmosphere of care, concern, and safety. As members of the health care team, we work in collaboration with you, the parent/guardian, and your child’s health care provider to ensure that your child’s overall health plan is followed during their school day. We want you to feel comfortable about the care your child is being given. We will be happy to discuss any concerns with you. Please feel free to contact us.Tina M. Bechtel, RN, BSN, CSN, MS Ed Margaret McConnell, BSN, RN, CSNtbechtel@cdschools.org email@example.com and 12th grade 9th and 11thphone: 717-703-5364 ext 335 phone: 717-703-5364 ext 389fax: 717-775-3217 fax: 717-775-32174/16/2020 Curbside pickup for those students who have medication remaining at the school will occur on Monday, April 20th between the hours of 9:00am and 12:00am. You must remain in your car and a school official will come to you. Please have ID with you. You will be required to sign that you received the medication. If you would like, please bring your own pen. If you are sending a student to pick up the med, the parent MUST send a note allowing release of the medication to the student.4/6/2020 Due to the Coronavirus, the Department of Health has temporarily waived the requirement for school physicals in a student’s 11th grade year. Therefore, any student who has not yet submitted proof of physical exam is exempt from this requirement. This includes any senior who has been sent obligation letter due to not meeting the requirement in their junior year. We stress this is temporary, and have not heard from the Department of Health as to requirements for next year.3/16/2020 Please refer to the district website for updated information regarding COVID-19. When researching information about this virus or any medical concern, please refer to reliable sources such as the CDC and PA Department of Health's website. Links to both sites can be found under the Educational Resource Section of our website.As always, remember your basic hygiene procedures, such as washing your hands for 20 seconds, covering your mouth when you cough or sneeze, avoiding those who are sick, staying home if you are sick, and maintaining a healthy physical distance from those around you. During this time off, be active, challenge yourself, eat right, sleep right, and if you take medication, be compliant with your medication regimen.We are available by email should you have any questions. Take care and looking forward to seeing you all soon!
- On August 21, 2017, the school board approved the school nurse administration of certain over-the-counter medications with prior parent written permission. If you would like to your son/daughter to receive Tylenol, Ibuprofen, or Tums, should the nurse deem it appropriate, please ensure you have submitted the proper written permission to the nurses' office. This form, entitled over the counter medication form, can be found on the health form links of this website. It need only be completed once and will remain active in your son/daughter's file unless you contact the school nurse to retract or change your permission. Please contact either one of us if you have any questions.
- Starting in the 2017/2018 school year, all seniors are required to have a 2nd Meningitis vaccine. Any currently enrolled student who has not provided proof of this update will be placed on provisional status and will be given 5 days to provide proof of proper immunization. Any newly transfered student who does not meet the immunization requirements will also be provisionally enrolled, but will be given 30 days to obtain proof. Those students who have had their first meningitis vaccine AFTER the age of 16 are exempt from this requirement. Additionally, all students must now have 4 polio vaccines with the fourth dose being administered on or after their fourth birthday, as well as an updated tdap vaccine given during or after their 7th grade year.
- We are noticing several health issues that are affecting our students performance in the classroom such as vaping, lack of sleep, lack of breakfast. Please see the page labeled "Educational Resources" for more information on these topics.
Last Modified on April 17, 2020