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4300 E. Sunrise Drive, Tucson Arizona 85718
Phone number: 520-209-8300 | Fax: 520-209-8520
Attendance Line: 520-209-8318
Counseling Office 520-209-8305
Health Office: 520-209-8304
Athletics Office: 520-209-8412
Registrar: 520-209-8385
School Code: 030476

Dr. Angela Chomokos
Principal

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Health Services

Staff Photos of Halyna Chirovsky and Jo-Ann Tellez


Welcome

District Health Page

Required Forms for Registering Students

Health Information/Emergency Form

Medication Guidelines

Request for Giving Medication at School

Permission to Carry an Inhaler Form

Permission to Carry an EPI-Pen Form

Diabetes Medical Orders

Diabetes Management Guidelines

Seizure Individual Plan

Parent Seizure Questionnaire

FARE Allergy Action Plan

Additional Health Resources

Should You Keep Your Child Home From School?

Nutrition Guidelines

Injury Prevention & Concussion Info

Drug Abuse Info

Drug Abuse Prevention Info

Clear Choices Information

Flu Facts

Should You Keep Your Child Home?


Chicken Pox

Yes. Children with uncomplicated chicken pox may return to school after all blisters have dried, complete scabbed over, and are fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-controlling medicine.

Cold, with mild symptoms such as stuffy nosy with clear drainage, sneezing and mild cough

No. Your child may attend school if he or she is able to participate in school activities and has been fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-controlling medicine.

Conjunctivitis (pink eye)

Yes. Students may return to school 24 hours after treatment is started and signs and symptoms are greatly reduced.

Cough

Yes. Keep your child home if the cough is persistent and productive coupled with thick or constant nasal drainage.

Diarrhea

Yes. Students should be kept home if they have 3 or more watery stools within 24 hours.

Ear Infection

No. Your child may attend school if there is no fever.

Fever

Yes. Students should stay home if their temperature is 100 degrees or more. Keep students home until fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-controlling medicine.

Fifth Disease

No. By the time the rash appears, children are no longer contagious and do not need to stay home. Keep students home until fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-controlling medicine.

Head Lice

Yes. Students may return to school after their hair has been treated and the Health Assistant/ School Nurse has assessed for evidence of successful treatment.

Impetigo

Yes. Students may return to school 24 hours after treatment starts. Sores should be covered when students return to school.

Ringworm

Yes. Students may return 24 hours after treatment starts. Affected areas must be covered when the student returns to school.

Strep Throat

Yes. Students may return to school 24 hours after antibiotics have been started and when fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-controlling medicine.

Vomiting

Yes. Students should be kept home if they have vomited 2 or more times within the past 24 hours.|

Surgery, Major illness, or an Accident

Should your child have surgery, major illness, or an accident, please notify the School Nurse so that we may assist with safe and appropriate care for your student on their return to school.




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