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The Hollis-Brookline High School health office is available to answer questions by phone or e-mail during the remote learning model. We care! Please keep us informed of any medical concerns related to your child. 

We recommend this information from the National Association of School Psychologists regarding helping children and adolescents (and everyone!) manage feelings during this time of social isolation and health crisis: 


Please tell us if you are in need of food, oil assistance, emotional support, employment, or any other commodity.

We will be available for basic phone check-ins, especially if you email or call us with a specific request. See # below. 

(Reminder: Phone and email will be limited to safe nursing practice and cannot take the place of a doctor or other diagnosing, prescribing provider). 

Kelly Ducharme RN BSN - Full -Time School Nurse

Amber Fox McNeil RN BSN - Full-Time School Nurse

Phone: (603) 465-2269 ext 185 or 137, or 978-419-1690 (Amber Fox McNeil Google Voice), or 978-419-1323 (Kelly Ducharme Google Voice)


HEALTH OFFICE HOURS:  Monday through Friday 7:25am - 2:40pm including during remote learning

Fax: (603) 465-2485 (not available during remote learning)

Always remember that confidentiality is important while we strive to keep our students safe and healthy


Physical Exam Requirements Per School Policy

All students entering HBHS will have a complete physical exam within one year and every two years thereafter;normally in grades nine and eleven. Documentation from the medical provider will be kept in the student's health record.

Anyone participating in athletics is required to have proof of a physical prior to tryouts and this should be given to the School Nurse.

Immunization Requirements

NH State Law requires that all students have a completed immunization record on file in the health office before they may begin school.  This requirement may be waived by obtaining a medical or religious exemption that will be kept in the student's health record.  You may access a list of current immunization requirements by choosing "Forms and Information" on the health office website or by consulting your medical provider.


Log into SNAP Health Portal:   www.studentehr.com
This is a secure environment where you can share any health conditions and alerts, review and add physical exams, approve any stock over the counter medications you would like your child to have access to during the school day and message directly to the nurse in your child's health record.   

Did you forget your password?
Type in your Login (which is your email address) and select 'forgot password'. This will generate an email where you can reset your password.  

Medications in School


Please see the NH Department of Education Technical Advisory 311.02 on the Health Office Link from the HBHS Web Page


If prescription medications are required during the school day, appropriate medical and parental documentation are required to be on file in the health office. Over-the-counter medications including herbal medication, that are needed during the school day require appropriate parental permission. Parents will need to provide the school nurse pertinent information on specific herbal medication that will be given during the school day.  Medications, both prescription and over-the-counter, are not to be carried by students without medical/parental and health office clearance. All medications are required to be in their original packaging.

Chronic Health Management


Many parents rely on the school nurse for primary care assessments and treatment of chronic health conditions such as diabetes, lyme, asthma, allergies and mental/behavioral health. Documentation is required by the treating medical provider to allow us to provide optimal care for your child during the school day.


Acute Physical or Mental/Behavioral Health Management


Students may return with physical limitations or medication changes that will affect their ability to function in the dynamic school environment. If your child has been seen in the primary, acute-care, or emergency setting documentation is required by the treating medical provider. Such documentation should outline how we can best support your child during the school day.


Anaphylatic Allergies


Please be mindful of our student population with anaphylactic allergies.  Hollis Brookline High School is not allergen free but we strive to create a safe and allergen aware environment for our entire school community.  Be aware this can include perfumes, latex balloons, and many food selections that may be brought to school.