Taylor Kohler, RN – Cherokee Elementary
Erin McPherson, RN – Fairmont Clinic Nurse
Brandy Nixon, RN – Lake Ridge Clinic Nurse
Allie Malone, LPN – Mountain View Clinic Nurse
Michelle Jefferson, RN – North Side Clinic Nurse, System-Wide Nurse
Tatsiana Yavas, RN – Towne Acres Clinic Nurse
TBD – Woodland Clinic Nurse
Kristin Stetz, RN – Indian Trail Clinic Nurse
Laura McKinney, RN – Liberty Bell Clinic Nurse
Karen Gouge, RN - Science Hill High School
Jessica Meeks, RN - Science Hill Clinic Nurse
TBD – Topper Academy Clinic Nurse
Physical Examinations and Immunization Requirements – Board Policy 6.402
Students entering school for the first time (preschool, kindergarten, first grade and other students for whom there is no health record) must have a physical examination done no earlier than August 1 of the year preceding the year of enrollment. This documentation must be presented by the time of entrance. All other new students and transfer student will have thirty (30) days to present the record of a physical examination by a physician or other health provider. The physical examination contained in the records from the student’s previous school will be acceptable. Students who do not provide proof of a complete, physical examination will be denied admission to school until the appropriate documentation is presented.
No student, including preschool, kindergarten or first grade, those from out-of-state and those from nonpublic schools, will be permitted to enroll and/or attend school without proof of immunizations, as defined by the Commissioner of Public Health except as allowed by the McKinney/Vento Homeless Education Assistance Improvements Act of 2001. It is the responsibility of the parents or guardians to have their child(ren) immunized and to provide proof of immunization to the school which the student is to attend.
Exceptions will be granted to any student whose parent/guardian ﬁles with school authorities a signed, written statement that such measures conﬂict with the one of the following:
1. Their religious tenets and practices if in the absence of an epidemic or immediate threat of an epidemic; or
2. Due to medical reasons, if the student has a written statement from their doctor excusing them from the immunization.
Pediculosis (Head Lice) – Board Policy 6.4031
If live lice are found, you will be required to pick up your child from school. After treatment with a medicated shampoo and removal of all lice, the parent will be required to bring the child to school for a final check by the clinic nurse or school-based designee in order to be cleared to return to school. A student will be expected to met all requirements for treatment and return to school no later than two (2) days following exclusion for head lice.
Head Lice 101 (ENG)
Head Lice 101 (ESP)
Head Lice Letter for Parents (ENG) For school use only.
Head Lice Letter for Parents (ESP) For school use only.
Last Updated: June 15, 2023