Staley Nurse's Corner

Ms. Emily Rogers, RN, BSN - Staley Nurse

469.633.4508

469.633.4514 (fax)

rogersem@friscoisd.org


Important Info

Medications

If you would like your child to have prescription medication administered during school hours by the nurse, please fill out this form and return it to the school. Medication Consent Form

Asthma

If your child has asthma, please have their doctor fill out this form and sign it, and return it to the school. Asthma Action Card

Asthma cont:

If you would like your child to carry their inhaler, please have this form filled out and signed by the parent/guardian and physician. Self- Administration of Medication by Student

Severe Allergies

For students with severe allergies not related to food, please have this form filled out and signed by your student's doctor along with the parent/guardian. Be sure to include a description of the typical reaction if possible. - Severe Allergy Action Plan

Diabetes

CLICK HERE to find the Diabetes Medical Management Plan Form for students with insulin dependence.

Seizure

CLICK HERE for the Seizure Action Plan Form.

Required Screenings

7th grade: Vision, Hearing, Acanthosis Nigricans

7th grade: Girls Only Scoliosis screening

8th grade: Boys Only Scoliosis screening

All students new to the district will be screened throughout the year.

Dates for Staley Screening:




COVID 19

According to Frisco ISD COVID Protocols, “If a student displays symptoms of COVID-19, the school nurse will conduct a clinical evaluation to determine if the symptoms are consistent with COVID-19." Symptoms consistent with COVID-19 are as defined:

New onset of at least two of the following symptoms: fever or chills, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, or diarrhea, or

New onset of at least one of the following symptoms: cough, shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing.

After evaluation, it was determined your child is displaying symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Students with symptoms must quarantine until the individual’s symptoms have improved and one of the following:

at least 10 days have passed since symptom onset;

the individual receives a negative test (proof of negative test required);

or a physician identifies the individual’s symptoms as something other than COVID-19 (doctor’s note confirming that the doctor reached an alternative diagnosis required.)”


How to Protect Yourself and Others

KNOW HOW COVID-19 SPREADS

WASH YOUR HANDS OFTEN

AVOID CLOSE CONTACT


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