Mrs. Julie Reese R.N.          
Hours: 8:00AM-3:15PM

Dear Parents of 7th Grade Students,

      There are new immunization requirements for the 2013-2014 school year. Prior to entry in 7th grade, students will need a dose of Tdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis, adolescent and adult formulation) vaccine. Proof of the shot will be required from your          physician or health care provider, prior to entry to 7th grade.                                           

      This immunization can also be given at the health department. If you would like a copy of the schedule for the Trumbull County Health Department, please contact  the school nurse. Always take a copy of your child’s immunizations with you to the health department.

Per Ohio Revised Code 3701.13 and 3313.671

 Please contact Mrs. Reese RN for any questions.

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Medical Forms

  E. J. Blott Elementary School Form        W. S. Guy Middle School Form        Liberty High School Form

 Medication Guidelines          Head Lice Guidelines         Web Sites


High School: 8:00 AM-9:15 AM  Phone #             330-759-2301       Ext 110
Fax#                  330-759-4506      
Guy Middle School: 9:20 AM-1:50 PM Phone#              330-759-1733       Ext 360
Fax#                  330-759-4507      
Blott Elementary School: 2:00 PM-3:15 PM Phone#              330-759-1053       Ext406
Fax#                  330-759-9151      

            Nurse Assistant: Mrs. Elaine Kovach LPN
Schedule: Blott Elementary:10:30 AM- 2:00 PM  Phone#             330-759-1053       Ext#406

Medication Guidelines

If possible, all medications should be given by the parent at home. If this is not possible, it will be done in accordance to the following:

1.     “Medications” shall include all medications: those prescribed by a physician and any non-prescribed (over the counter) drugs, preparations and/or remedies.

2.     A medication form that has been completed by both physician and parent/guardian must be on file prior to administration of any medication. A new form is required at the beginning of each school year. (per the O.R.C. 3313.713)

3.     Medications must be brought to school by the parent/guardian. The medication must be received in the original container in which it was dispensed by the prescribing health care provider or licensed pharmacist. Over the counter medication must be in the original container.

4.     It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to keep an adequate supply of medication at school.

5.     Students may carry an inhaler with them if ordered by a physician. A properly completed school medication form for the inhaler is required to be on file with the school nurse. Students should report the use of the inhaler to the nearest school employee and be referred to the school nurse.

6.     Medications are to be picked up by the parent/guardian at the end of the school year. Medications that are not picked up by the last day of school will be disposed of.


All cases of head lice must be reported to the school nurse.

Children who have had head lice MUST be examined by the school nurse or nurse assistant (by appointment) in order to be readmitted to school.


  1. Your child’s hair should be treated with a special anti-lice shampoo. You may use one of several over the counter treatments or contact your physician to prescribe a treatment. Specific directions come with the anti-lice preparations.
  2. All family members should have their hair examined.
  3. All the nits (eggs) must be removed before a child may return to school. A fine #10 comb may be used for the removal of the nits and the remaining nits can be picked out by hand.
  4. All bedding, hats, hoods, sweaters, coats and any clothing that comes in contact with the hair should be washed soap and hot water and machine dried.
  5. Wash all combs and brushes with soap and hot water.
  6. Upholstered furniture and carpeting should be thoroughly vacuumed. In addition, a commercial spray is available.

 Web Sites

Immunizations Required for Day Care, Head Start,  Pre-School & School Attendance

Why immunize

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