JENNIFER ZANTOUT

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Spring Branch ISD

School Nurse

Nurse's Corner

When to Keep Your Child Home From School

  • Fever of 100.0 or greater is an indicator of a contagious illness and your child should remain away from school until the fever subsides without the benefit of a fever reducing medicine.
  • Sore throat accompanied by fever or rash
  • Diarrhea and /or vomiting
  • Nasal or respiratory drainage that is thick, green, yellow or grey is a sign of infection
  • Student needs to be fever/vomiting/diarrhea free for 24 hrs without medication prior to returning to school

Medication:

If your child needs medications, please fill out the necessary paperwork.  You can access all medical forms by clicking the following link:  https://www.springbranchisd.com/about/departments/academic-performance/student-support-services/nurses/forms.  Paperwork needs to be filled out each school year.  Please remember that all medication needs to be in its original packaging and if it is a prescription medication, we need to have the Physician's signature on the form.  I strongly encourage anyone that uses an inhaler or epinephrine pen to complete a form and have the medication kept in the clinic.  Please do not send medication to school with your child or in the child's backpack.  

Immunizations: 

Click the link to see the state required vaccines:  https://www.springbranchisd.com/about/departments/academic-performance/student-support-services/nurses/immunizations.

 

****If you need assistance with immunizations, eyeglasses or anything else please do not hesitate to contact me.****

 

Jennifer Zantout, RN

Phone: 713-251-6825  

Fax:  713-251-6825

E-mail[email protected]

 

 

 

 
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