Click the image below for the current health screening protocols.
|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.
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).