https://www.ok.gov/health2/documents/Flu%20Season.2015.pdf

https://www.ok.gov/health2/documents/Meningitis%20FAQs%20for%20Parents.2015.pdf

https://www.ok.gov/health2/documents/Meningitis.2011.pdf

Meningococcal

https://www.ok.gov/health2/documents/Hand%20Washing%20-%20Kids.2015.pdf

https://www.ok.gov/health2/documents/Hand%20Washing%20-%20Adults.2015.pdf

https://sites.google.com/a/pryorschools.org/pryorschools-org/home/health--wellness/nurses-corner/head-lice


https://www.ok.gov/health2/documents/IMM_School_Tdap_Requirement_Key_Info.pdf

https://www.ok.gov/health2/documents/IMM_Parents_School_Vaccines_Requirements_OK_English.pdf

http://www.okhca.org/individuals.aspx?id=11698&menu=40


How to prevent the flu:
flu season

The 2018-19 flu season is upon us in Oklahoma. Please take the following considerations into account in order to prevent the spread of the flu in your school:

  • Wash hands often, ideally with soap and hot water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Hand sanitizer, including gels, rubs and hand wipes, work well as long as they contain at least 60 percent alcohol. Always read and follow label instructions when using hand sanitizer.
  • Keep hands away from the face and avoid touching the mouth, nose or eyes.
  • Use tissues for coughs and sneezes or a cough into the inside of the elbow. Do not cough into hands!
  • Children learn best by example. Be a positive influence by modeling these behaviors yourself.

More information can be found in OSDE’s Flu Action Kit, which includes resources on hand-washing guidance, flu facts, flu prevention, and flu control recommendations.


A Cold Vs. The Flu:
differences between a cold and the flu

Too sick for school?
 
Contact Information for Nurses:

Kacey Armontrout, RN, BSN, (918)-825-3943
Lincoln & LECC

Jenny Line RN, BSN, (918)-803-4436 
Roosevelt & Jefferson 

Kodi Pianalto, RN, BSN, (918)-825-3915
Jr High & High School