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Litchfield Middle School

“Imagine Greatness…Expect Success!”



LMS Nurse

Click the image below for the current health screening protocols.

Physical Exam

One Physical Examination is recommend before entering Middle School. Please review the policy here.
Student Physical Examinations Policy 
New Hampshire School Immunization Requirements

The State of New Hampshire School Immunization requires one (1) dose of Tdap prior to entry into Grade 7.

Medication Procedure 
Parents should make every effort to schedule a student's medication regime at home. However, we recognize that this may not always be possible. Please adhere to the following.

Prescription Medication requires the following:
A written note from the physician. Note: THE PRESCRIPTION LABEL IS NOT A WRITTEN ORDER. The note may be delivered by the parent/guardian with the properly labeled medication, or faxed to the Nurse's office. Our fax number is 424-1296.

Non-Prescription Medication requires the following:
Please fill out the Consent for over the counter medication at school  form and turn into the nurse.

Epi-Pen Medication requires the following:

Inhaler Medication (self administration) requires the following:

Inhaler Medication Administration Form (Self Administered)
Hearing and Vision Screenings:

These screenings will be performed annually for fifth and seventh graders, referrals, and at parents’ request.
As stated by the New Hampshire Department of Education: “Screenings provide a unique opportunity for nurses to positively impact the health of students.”
If a student does not pass a screening, the parents will be notified that a referral would be recommended.

Kellie Chambers

LMS School Nurse[email protected] Ext. 2222

Please keep your child home if he or she has a fever of 100.0 degrees or higher. Also, please keep your child home for at least 24 hours after his or her fever is gone (without the use of fever-reducing medication).