Cricket Randall, RN
(770) 975-7172 ext. 026
Clinic Hours: 7:15-2:15
If you're wondering if it is safe to send your child to school, please click here for guidelines to help you make your decision.
If during school hours your child needs prescription or over-the-counter medication, parents can send medication to be kept in the clinic. Some examples include, but are not limited to, ibuprofen, acetaminophen, anti-itch cream, eye drops, allergy medication, inhalers, etc. All medications needs to be age-appropriate. Please have the parent or guardian complete the Authorization to Give Medication Form listed below and bring the form to the clinic with the medication. Do not send the form or the medication with the student.
If your student needs MEDICATION while at school, you will need to fill out this form.
If your child has an ALLERGY that requires medical treatment, please fill out this form. It requires your physician's signature and will allow us to notify the school cafeteria of food allergies. It must be updated each school year.
If your child has ASTHMA, please fill out this form as well as the Authorization to Give Medication Form above. The Asthma Care Plan must be completed by your child's physician and must be renewed each school year.
If your child has DIABETES, please fill out these forms as well as the Authorization to Give Medication form above. This form needs to be filled out by your child's physician and will need to be updated as needed.
If your child has SEIZURES, please complete these forms and have them updated as needed.
If your child has SICKLE CELL, please fill out this form.
If your child has other CHRONIC HEALTH CONDITIONS, please fill out this form.
This document explains how the nurse makes decisions about when your student needs to be sent home and when they can return to school
Take steps to care for yourself and help to protect others in your home and community.
District guidelines on specific childhood illnesses