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Stephanie Di Leo, BSN, RN
Email: stephanie.dileo@fpks.org
Phone: (973)-822-3888 x 4003
Fax: 973-822-1577


Health Forms for Admission to School:
Requirements of the NJ Department of Education and Florham Park Board of Education mandate all health forms be completed and returned to the Health Office prior to your child's entrance to school.

Forms are available on the Brooklake Elementary School Home page "Registration" site or under "Important Forms." 

New students are required to have a recent physical exam (completed within the last 365 days prior to admission), updated immunization schedule, and all other completed health office forms prior to entrance to BKL.

If your child is on a catch-up schedule, they must have a minimum of 1 dose for all required immunizations before starting school.

Grade 4 Physical Exam:
Although not required, it is recommended that 4th grade students receive a physical exam as it is a crucial developmental period in their life. Please complete and return to the Health Office via fax or email. 

Latest updates can be found on the Florham Park School District's Daily Announcements page or on the COVID-19 FAQ page. 

For public access to factual information & questions, please call the NJ Department of Health 24 hour hotline
1-800-222-1222.
District Illness Policy:
Students who are ill are asked to remain home until symptoms subside and the child is fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication. 

At Brooklake Elementary School we are committed to prevention and wellness.  We emphasize the importance of hand washing as it is the number one way to prevent the spread of diseases. Parent can do their part at home by reinforcing hand washing instructions. Also, parent cooperation is greatly appreciated in not sending a sick child to school and not returning to school until the child is fever free for 24 hours. As recommended by the Center for Disease Control, parents should have an Emergency Preparedness Plan in place. It should include names and contact information of adults who could pick up their children in case of illness or injuries at school as recommended within one hour of notification

District Medication Policy 
The Board will permit the dispensation of medication in school only when the pupil's health and continuing attendance in school so require and when the medication is administered in accordance with this policy.