Health Room Tips

  • Students are better learners when they have had a good night's rest and have had a good breakfast to start the day. A well balanced, healthy lunch will help sustain them throughout the day.
  • Hand-washing is still the number one preventative measure for spreading germs/illness. 5 Steps = Wet-Soap-Scrub-Rinse-Dry https://www.cdc.gov/cdctv/healthyliving/hygiene/fight-germs-wash-hands.html
  • Bathroom accidents do happen especially in the younger ages. Please keep a seasonally appropriate change of clothes in your child's backpack. Should your child need a change of clothes due to a bathroom accident and he/she does not have his/her own change of clothes, the Health Room does have a limited supply of underwear and clothes to borrow. If borrowed, please launder the items and return to the Health Room promptly.
  • Please dress your student appropriately for school and for the weather. During the winter weather, please make sure your child has a coat, hat, and gloves. In the warmer weather, please avoid flip flops, sandals, heels, and open toed shoes. These types of shoes do not protect the students' feet from support and potential injury during recess and the school day.