Tammy Troxler, BSN, RN, NCSN

School Nurse at Walter Williams High School

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Contact Information

336-438-4000 ext. 39620

Walter Williams: 336-570-6161

Fax: 336-570-6214

Attention: 12th Grade Students

12th graders for the 2021-2022 school year are required to have a second dose, also referred to as a booster dose, of meningococcal conjugate vaccine. Please contact your health care provider or Alamance County Health Department for verification that your child has received this vaccine & schedule an appointment if not. You will have 30 calendar days from the first school day to provide the required up-to-date immunization record. If proof of vaccination is not provided by the 30th calendar day, your child will be excluded from school until proof of immunization is received.

Additional information at https://youtu.be/c8F24xVrKN8

New Students

All newly enrolled students must have proof of receiving their required immunizations. If this is their first time entry into North Carolina public schools, then it is required to provide proof of immunizations and turn in a completed North Carolina Health Assessment within 30 days of their enrollment date. The health assessment must be completed by a medical provider and/or the local health department within one year (365 days) prior to the first day of attendance.

Below are local resources that can assist with immunizations and health assessments:

Alamance County Health Department- phone # (336) 227-0101

● Piedmont Health locations:

● Local health care provider

North Carolina State immunization and health assessment laws require these items are turned into the school by the 30th day. Students are not permitted to return to school after the 30th calendar day without these items. Please contact your school nurse for any questions &/or concerns.

Medication at School

If your child will need medication during the school day, then you will need to have this Medication Authorization Form filled out by your child's healthcare practitioner and signed by the parent. Once complete, bring the form and medication (in it's original container) to the school front office. Our medication policy requires a new Medication Authorization Form for each school year to be filled out and signed by a healthcare practitioner and parent.

Student Support Team

The Student Support Services Team's role includes serving as an advocate, coordinator, consultant, and liaison between school, home, and the community. Student support staff influence school policies and work to create system change.

The goal of the Student Support Staff in the Alamance-Burlington School System is to assist our schools in helping students to have positive school experiences by reducing barriers academically, emotionally, and physically.

Our mission is to ensure that all students, regardless of race, religion, national or ethic origin, color, age, disability, socioeconomic status or gender are served equally. We empower students and their families.

*In keeping with ethical standards, we keep in confidence personally identifiable information regarding students and/or their family members that has been obtained in the course of professional service; unless disclosure is required or permitted by law or professional standards or is necessary for the personal safety of the student or others.*