The Alachua County Public School Health Services program provides professional and compassionate health care to students during their school day. It is our mission to promote and maintain the physical and mental well being of our students to ensure their success at school. As nurses, we encourage healthy lifestyles. School health staff follow Health Handbook procedures which are updated yearly by the School Health Advisory Council. The School Health Plan is also updated yearly and outlines specific nursing interventions for the school year. Parent and staff involvement and input is welcome.
All students are required to have a Tdap booster prior to entering seventh grade. Please make sure that your student's vaccines are up to date and the school has an updated form 680 on file. If you have any questions please contact me at 955-6718 ext 4811 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Prescription medicine must have the original prescription label on the bottle; this label will include the student's name, medication, dosage, frequency, Doctor's name, Pharmacy name, & phone number.
- Non-prescription medicine or over the counter medications must be in the original UNOPENED container.
- All medicine must be dispensed through the clinic except approved inhalers and epi-pens. Your student will not be allowed to carry any medications including eye drops and cough drops without the proper form on file in the clinic.
Phone: 352-955-6718 ext 4811
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