Nurse's NookHealth and Safety Tips from School Nurse,
Nancy Fiebig, RN, CSNContact Information: (856) 652-2700 Ext. 5311Fax: (856) 881-1670
CORONA VIRUS INFO LINK: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/checklist.html
Tips for talking with children about Corona Virus: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/talking-with-children.html
What's the 24 hour rule? This is a guide-line for keeping your child home from school when s/he has been ill. Your child should be fever-free without the use of fever-reducing medication for a full 24 hours before returning to school. They should also remain home for 24 hours after the last episode of vomiting or diarrhea. Even if your child wants to return to school, they could still be contagious to others and have a weakened immunity. Your child should be eating & drinking normally and feeling up to all required school activity. Returning too soon exposes others to illness and causes inconvenience to parents who must be called to pick up their child.
- Check student folders or papers that are sent home EVERY DAY for 'nurse visit notes'.
- If your child will be absent, please call the district phone number (652-2700) and select the school's absence line OR contact the nurse by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to leave your child's name, classroom teacher's name, and reason for absence. Follow-up when your child returns to school by submitting a doctor's note or note from parent.
- Please keep your child's emergency contact information up to date. The nurse must be able to reach you if your child becomes ill or injured at school. Please make every effort to include contact information for someone that has transportation to pick up your child.
- Please provide a change of clothes in your child's backpack or classroom in the event your child's clothes become wet or soiled. Your child may be potty trained, but accidents of other types happen at school. Please send in some clothes!! :)
Gloucester County residents are offered FREE eye screenings for individuals 4yrs and up regardless of insurance or income. Contact (856) 384-6842.
IMMUNIZATIONS for children are provided at no cost for those with no health insurance at the Glou Co Dept of Health. Call (856)218-4100.
Check out the Mosaic Family Success Center near the Glassboro post office. The center offers many FREE activities and learning opportunities throughout the year for children and adults. Don't miss out! Contact 856-347-4338.Inspira Health Network offers FREE "STEPS FOR KIDS" at Inspira Health Center in Vineland, an Eat Healthy & Be Active learning program for students and families of South Jersey. Contact them at 856-507-8568.