A Message From Our Nurses
We would like to remind parents of some very important information to ensure your kids stay healthy.
The flu season is upon us. If your children have not been vaccinated, it is not too late. They may still get the flu vaccine from their doctor or the public health department. Remind them of the importance of good hand washing to prevent the spread of many viruses. Good, frequent hand washing is a must to protect your child and others.
For the protection of your child and other children, please keep your child home if they have a fever. They should be fever-free for 24 hours without any fever-reducing medicine before returning to school. If your child has a bad cough, has vomiting or diarrhea, or if your child has pink eye or an undiagnosed rash, they should stay out of school until treated or symptoms are gone.
Our hope is that we all have a healthy school year!! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the nurse at your child's school. Click on the nurse's name below to send an email.
|Tiffani Behrens||Sterling High School||District Head Nurse||815.625.6800 ext. 1127|
|Tiffani Wallingford||SHS School Nurse||Nurse||815.625.6800 ext. 1502|
|Kim Duffy||Challand Middle School||Nurse||815.626.3300 ext. 2502|
|Katie Wilcox||Franklin School Nurse||Nurse||815.625.5755 ext. 3502|
|Marci Osborn||Lincoln School Nurse||Nurse||815.625.1449 ext. 5502|
|Judy Lendman||Jefferson School Nurse||Nurse||815.625.6402 ext. 4502|
|Sheila Henard||Washington School Nurse||Nurse||815.625.2372 ext. 6502|