Anna Parke

Brookside Elementary Certified School Nurse

anna.parke@wwrsd.org

201-664-9000 ext. 2

Profile

Welcome to the Brookside Elementary Health Office Website!

Here you will find all the information you need from school specific medical information to the latest health topics and news.

District Medical Handbook

The Westwood Regional School Medical Department has compiled a handbook for the purpose of answering frequently asked questions regarding: absences, communicable diseases, health screenings, immunization requirements, injuries, long term illness or injury, medication use in school, pediculosis guidelines, physical education excuses, history and physical examinations .

Medical Forms

Severe Allergy Food Action Plan

This form must be completed and signed by the physician and parent/guardian if your child is required to use medication and/or Epinephrine severe allergic reactions to food.

Consent for Delegation

FARE - Food Allergy Research and Education

5331- District Policy Management of Life Threatening Allergies in Schools

Epipen Coupon


Asthma Action Plan

This form must be completed and signed by the physician and parent/guardian if your child requires an inhaler or nebulizer treatment in school.

The Pediatric/Adult Asthma Coalition of New Jersey

Allergy Plan for Severe Reactions to Non-Food Substances

This form must be completed and signed by the physician and parent/guardian if your child is required to use medication and/or Epinephrine for severe allergic reactions to insect bites or substances other than foods.


Authorization for Medication During School

5330 - Administration of Medication District Policy


Student Health History Form

Physical Exam Form

TOPICS

Concussions

Any student who has been diagnosed with a mild, moderate or severe concussion must provide a doctor's certificate stating when to return to school, and any modifications to academics (return to learn) and physical activities.

Brain Injury Basics