Welcome

Christine Waterbury, RN                                                                                       Pam Taft, LVN                                                                              Cheryl Rodriguez
Main School Nurse                                                                                                   School Nurse, FLC Classroom                                                    Health Records
Clinic: 512-428-7030                                                                                               Clinic: 512-428-7030                                                                  Clinic: 512-428-7007
Fax: 512-428-7238                                                                                                    Fax: 512-428-7238                                                                      Fax: 512-428-7238
Main: 512-428-7000                                                                                                Main: 512-428-7000                                                                       Main: 512-428-7000       

christine_waterbury@roundrockisd.org                                              pam_taft@roundrockisd.org                                  cheryl_rodriguez@roundrockisd.org                                    
Welcome to the Stony Point High School Clinic 
Clinic Guidelines

WHEN TO KEEP YOUR CHILD HOME FROM SCHOOL

The American Academy of Pediatrics, the Texas Department of State Health Services, and RRISD recommend that students be kept home from school if any of the following conditions exist:
  • Signs of severe illness, including fever, irritability, difficulty breathing, crying that doesn’t stop with the usual comforting, or extreme sleepiness.
  • Diarrhea or stools that contain blood or mucus.
  • Vomiting two or more times in 24 hours, unless a physician feels the cause of vomiting is not an infectious disease, writes a note to that affect and the student is in no danger of becoming dehydrated.
  • Mouth sores and drooling until a physician or the health authority does not feel the condition is infectious.
  • Fever, rash, or a change in behavior, until a physician has determined that the problem is not caused by an infectious disease.
  • Fever: Students with a temperature of 100˚F or above will be sent home. To prevent the spread of a contagious disease, ill students must be symptom free and fever free without the use of temperature reducing medications for 24 hours before returning to school.​
IMMUNIZATIONS
Please send updated immunizations to the clinic.  District and state policy mandate that students be excluded from school until all vaccines are current.

MEDICATIONS
Do not send medications in with your student.  An adult needs to drop off and pick up all medications.  A written request to administer medications must be completed by the parent for all medications, prescription and over-the-counter.  A Request to Administer Medication form can be found on the forms page.  
Cough drops are considered medication.  Please do not send cough drops in your student's back pack.  They need to be kept in the clinic.

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
Please report all communicable diseases to the clinic.  This information is useful in helping to prevent the spread of illness in the school.  Examples include strep throat, chickenpox, pink eye, impetigo, and scarlet fever.

SCREENINGS
Screenings will be conducted on mandated grades, new students, or requested by school staff.  Please see the student handbook for details.

My goal is to keep your child healthy, safe, and in the classroom participating and learning.  If you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to contact me.

 
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