~District 44 Certified School Nurses~
Eileen Bell - firstname.lastname@example.org - 630-827-4512 - Glenn Westlake Middle School
Eileen Rydel-Boesso - email@example.com - 630-827-4157 - Butterfield/Madison Schools
Beth Lyons - firstname.lastname@example.org - 630-827-4307 - Manor Hill School
Jenn Kurtz - email@example.com - 630-827-4681 - Pleasant Lane/Park View/Hammerschmidt Schools
The following information is an important part of the way we work to care for your child. If your child has any health or medical issues, please share this information so that we can safely care for them at school. If your child becomes ill or is seriously injured during school, every effort will be made to contact you or your emergency contact that you designated on your child's emergency form. If we are unable to reach you in a medical emergency, 911 will be called.
Early Childhood Health Requirements:
Kindergarten Health Requirements:
Second Grade Health Requirements:
Sixth Grade Health Requirements:
Butterfield - firstname.lastname@example.org / Fax: 630-889-7960
Glenn Westlake - email@example.com / Fax: 630-620-3791
Hammerschmidt - firstname.lastname@example.org / Fax: 630-620-3733
Madison - email@example.com / Fax: 630-620-3769
Manor Hill - firstname.lastname@example.org / Fax: 630-889-7964
Park View - email@example.com / Fax: 630-620-3749
Pleasant Lane - firstname.lastname@example.org / Fax: 630-620-3760
Immunizations: All immunizations must be current according to the requirement of the Illinois School Code. The immunization record is part of the physical but if your child's is separate, you can email or fax it to the school nurse.
Dental Examination: Students in sixth grade must present proof of having been examined by a licensed dentist or a waiver within 18 months of May 15th of that school year.
Sports Physical: Students must have a current sports physical to participate in interscholastic sports. The physical must have been performed within one year of the start of the specific sport and must be turned in before tryouts.
Medication: A school medication permission form must be completed by both physician and parent/guardian, and is necessary for prescribed and over the counter medication that is to be given to a child during school hours. Some medications also require a care plan and they are listed below.
Medication at the End of the Year: ALL Medication must be picked up by a parent or guardian including inhalers unless the doctor and parent has specified that the student may self carry the medication.
Self Carrying Medication: All medication is stored in the Health Office. If your child will carry and self administer his/her inhaler, their physician must specify this on the medication permission form and as parent or guardian you initial the line giving permission for your child to self carry.
Cough Drops at School: Your child may bring cough drops to school with written permission from a parent/guardian.
Care Plans: Please have your child's physician complete a care plan if your child has one of the following diagnoses.
Care Plans by School
Health Resources: Please call the Health Office if you are looking for any additional health resources.
Physical Education Excuse: Your child may be excused from PE class for 2 days with a parent note. To be excused any longer requires a note from the doctor. Please note: NO PE = NO RECESS.
Dealing With Injuries at School: If your child's injury requires the use of crutches or any special instructions, such as extra time in between classes, please have your doctor specify this on his/her care instructions.
The District 44 Health Office Staff is committed to taking the best care possible of your child. Please be sure that we have a phone number to reach someone that is available to pick up your child in case of illness or injury. Please keep us aware of any health concerns that your child has.