School Health Nurse Website
Welcome  ISD 361 School HealthWelcome ISD 361 School Health
School Nurse ScheduleSchool Nurse Schedule
Nutrition and ActivityNutrition and Activity
MRSA and Schools--Nurse NotesMRSA and Schools--Nurse Notes
BBP TrainingBBP Training
Body Mass IndexBody Mass Index
Immunizations: New for 2014-15Immunizations: New for 2014-15
Small company logo:
SUSAN PALM, School Nurse, K - 12
Thank you for visiting our website! For best results, please MAXIMIZE the screen.

We hope to post information here that's useful for students, staff and parents. Our contact information for school year 2011-2012 is listed above, so call us anytime with questions or concerns!

This includes the new requirements for next year: The meninities (meninococcal) will be equired for all students entering 7th grade

Another topic is Medication for Students at School. State and local policies require that the school nurse be notified of ANY medicine a student may need at school--whether they're to give it to themselves or not.

PARENTS OF STUDENTS GRADES 7 - 12 PLEASE NOTE: If you'd like your student to be able to take over-the-counter pain relievers at school ON THEIR OWN, state statute says you still need to provide written consent, so give me a call. Remember, this applies only to pain relievers, like acetominaphen (Tylenol, et al), ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, etc.) naprosen (Aleve, etc). Basically, contact me for any medicines your student needs to take at school, and we'll work something out. No problem.

Elementary students are NOT to bring medicine to school with them. Parents, please help keep our students safe. ALWAYS contact the school nurse if you think your child needs medicine at school, and be prepared to have an adult bring the properly labeled medicine to school.

We do check our phone messages frequently, so please call with any student health concerns!
We care. Here's to great year of health and learning! Be well.

Top of Page