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Blog EntryBlog: Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Immunizations

All 6th graders are current on their shots to be in 6th grade (I run a monthly report to make sure).

However, it is now time to have parents/families begin to send in shots needed for 7th grade. The district would like for 6th grade families to use their 6th grade year to take care of getting these shots and for the nurse office to keep administration updated on the status of 6th graders ready for 7th grade from a health perspective.

The shots that are necessary to start are:
tdap booster
meningococcal (sometimes documented as menactra or mcv4)
2nd varicella (some may have had the chickenpox illness documented and may not have a 2nd shot and that would be an exception for only this shot)

To date, 62 students have turned in shots for 7th grade. You can send your child's shot record to McAnally with your child or by fax to McAnally.

Thanks,

Mrs. Creed


Posted by Kristi Creed at 9:27 AM | 0 comments
Blog EntryBlog: Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Shots

104 Students/Families participated in getting their flu shots last week with the Flu Shot Clinic.

Now, that the Flu Shot Clinic has passed, remember to be turning in any shots your child may have that can be entered and counted for 7th grade. All 6th graders have their current 6th grade shots, so the shots we are looking for are:

tdap booster - needs to say tdap on the shot record (not td or dtap)

meningococcal - sometimes called a mcv4

2nd varicella shot - exception is if child has had chickenpox illness

If you believe your chidl has had these shots or theu go for a checkup and they are given, please have a copy to give to the nurse office at McAnally. Many have already turned in these shots, so thank you.

In March, every student will receive a copy of their child's medical profile record at McAnally. So that means that if you have turned in 7th grade shots (the three shots listed above) that those shots will appear on the Medical Profile Record as well as any eye/ear or other screening.You will get more details in the second semester before these reports go home.

Thank you,

Mrs. Creed

Posted by Kristi Creed at 9:27 AM | 0 comments
Blog EntryBlog: Monday, September 16, 2013

Med Forms/Medications

In order for the nurse office to give out medicaiton to students, remember to complete a med form for all over the counter medications and send to McAnally. For all prescription medications, a doctor will need to send an order. Remember, benadryl/hydrocortisone creams and neosporin cannot be given in the nurse office without being sent to school and with a medication form signed. Aspirin-contianing products as well as Pepto Bismol requre a doctors order and cannot be given without an order from a doctor. Medications can only be accepted in their original container per district policy. At the end of the school year, medications must be picked up or they will be destroyed.

Thanks,

Mrs. Creed

Posted by Kristi Creed at 10:07 AM | 0 comments
Blog EntryBlog: Monday, September 16, 2013

Nurse Office Health Forms

6th Graders have been turning in Health Forms. Please continue to turn in these forms as 100% 6th grade Health Forms are required by the district to be turned in.

Thanks,

Mrs. Creed

Posted by Kristi Creed at 10:03 AM | 0 comments
Blog EntryBlog: Friday, January 11, 2013

Shots for 7th Grade

Don't forget if you obtained your child's shots for 7th grade over the Christmas Holiday break to have the doctor fax those to the school here at McAnally so they can be entered electronically. More info will be coming about a spring shot clinic.

Posted by Kristi Creed at 4:02 PM | 0 comments
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