Clinic
   Mueller
 Clinic Clerk:   Nurse:
 Mrs. Sandy Hawkins  Mrs. Jennifer Mueller
 636-474-3584   636-474-3583 

Please note that all incoming eighth grade students will need a Tdap and meningitis immunization before orientation. If you have not already turned in your proof of immunization, please have it faxed to 636-278-4749. Students will need to have this proof of immunization before receiving their schedule in August. It may be a good idea for incoming seventh grade students to also get the immunizations over the summer and bring proof to orientation. Please see the schedule below for orientation dates and times.  
http://www.fz.k12.mo.us/about_us/departments/clinics__health_and_wellness/immunization_requirements/


POINTS OF INTEREST FROM THE NURSE’S OFFICE…

WHAT WE DO:

1.         Administer basic first aid to minor cuts, burns, bruises, and assist students who become ill during school hours.  

2.         Dispense medications as needed.

3.         Perform vision and hearing screenings on students. You will be notified if your child does not pass these tests.

4.         Ascertain your child’s compliance with Missouri Immunization Laws...

All students, K-12, will be required to be immunized against diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, (Tdap booster required for all incoming eighth graders) polio, measles, mumps, rubella, and Hepatitis B upon entry to school.

 

WHAT WE NEED FOR YOU TO DO:

1.         Provide accurate, up-to-date information for your emergency contacts.

2.         If your child will be taking prescription medication during school hours, make certain that you have permission forms signed by their doctor. Please send medications in the original container.

3.         Over-the-counter medications will require permission forms signed by the student’s parent. Please send the medication in the original container.

4.         It is suggested that parents bring the medication to school. If this is not possible, instruct your student to bring the medication to the clinic as soon as they arrive. Students are not to carry medications with them during school.

5.         The clinic does not provide medications.

6.         Please keep the clinic informed of any significant health issues such as respiratory flu, lice, strep throat, pink eye, etc.      



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