Paula Brown, R.N. School Nurse
Nancy Jascur, R.N.MSN School Nurse/Floater


Medical Forms


Parents of Sixth Grade Students

 Current 6th grade students need two additional immunizations in order to start 7th grade.

These are the Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis booster) and the MCV4 (meningitis vaccination).
If your child has already received these immunizations, please send the updated immunization record to the health room AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
If your child has not received these immunizations, please make arrangements for him/her to receive them.
Proof of immunization must be received by the first day of 7th grade in order for your child to remain in school.
Feel free to call the health room with any questions.

Cold and Flu Facts

     The flu and the common cold are both respiratory illnesses but they are caused by different viruses. Because these two types of illnesses have similar flu-like symptoms, it can be difficult to tell the difference between them based on symptoms alone. In general, the flu is worse than the common cold, and symptoms such as fever, body aches, extreme tiredness, and dry cough are more common and intense. Colds are usually milder than the flu. People with colds are more likely to have a runny or stuffy nose. Colds generally do not result in serious health problems, such as pneumonia, bacterial infections, or hospitalizations. *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

  • Hand washing is the best way to prevent illness, as well as covering coughs and sneezes.
  • Treatment for both: get plenty of rest and liquids, some over-the-counter medications can help, but if symptoms persist see your Physician.
  • Remember, if your child has a fever above 100 degrees they are not to attend school until they have been fever free for 24 hours.
  • "Stomach Flu" is not the Flu, but a virus affecting the intestinal tract. The term "stomach flu" is a misnomer that is sometimes used to describe gastrointestinal illnesses caused by organisms other than influenza viruses.

Please review CCPS policy regarding medications taken at school or contact the school nurse.

"Pfizer RxPathways"
(Special Program to Help Families)
Pfizer and other pharmaceutical companies have established
special programs to help ensure that patients on limited incomes
and those without insurance can obtain needed drugs.
Pfizer RxPathways, formerly "Pfizer Helpful Answers",
helps eligible patients get access to their Pfizer medicines
by offering a range of support services, including
insurance counseling, co-pay help, providing Pfizer medicines
for free or at a savings and more.
 for more information.