Hours and Contact
Tammy Belt, RN
Hours: Monday – Thursday 9:15 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. and Friday 9:15 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Parents should deliver prescription medication, in the original prescription container, clearly marked with the student’s name, medication, dosage, route, time, date, and the primary care provider’s name, and a signed medication permission form must accompany the medication. Medication forms can be found on our website.
Students whose parents have given permission may visit the nurse if they need over-the-counter medications during the school day.
Children Who Become Ill During the School Day
If your child becomes sick at school, we will call you or a person you have designated for emergencies. A staff member will care for your sick child until you or the designated person arrives. We will monitor your child and keep your child as comfortable as possible. Parents or designated persons must pick up sick children within one hour.
Returning to School After Being Out Ill
Please wait 24 hours after symptoms subside before sending your child to school if he or she had a fever over 100 degrees without medication, was coughing excessively, or experiencing symptoms from a gastrointestinal upset.
Please login and sign up for the Honeywell Alert Program
- Honeywell Instant Alert Information
- Honeywell Instant Alert Parent Instruction Sheet
Message from the Nurse staff
We strive to create a healthy and safe school environment and appreciate your assistance in complying with our health policies, which we have designed to protect your child’s well being. Should you have any further questions please feel free to contact us!
We look forward to working with your children!
Using clinical knowledge and judgment, the school nurse provides health care to students and staff, performs health screenings and coordinates referrals to the medical home or private health care provider. The school nurse serves as a liaison between school personnel, family, community and healthcare providers to advocate for health care and a healthy school environment. – National Association of School Nurses / American Nurses Association, 2005