Mrs. Jodi Fritz

Email:  [email protected] 

Send to School:
1.  Vague complaints of aches, pains or fatigue.

2.  Sniffles, a runny nose and a mild cough without a fever.


Keep home from School
1.  Any physical or emotional condition that would prevent him/her from participating comfortably in class.

2.  A fever of 100 degrees or more.  Coupled with a rash, earache, sore throat, sluggishness or nausea, fever may signal a highly contagious infection.  Keep home until fever free for 24 hours without fever reducing medication.  Give only Tylenol (Acetaminophen) or Ibuprofen (Motrin).  Never give aspirin to a child under 19.


3.  A persistent, productive cough and wheezing coupled with a thick or constant nasal discharge.


4.  An undiagnosed rash, especially when there is a fever and behavioral changes.


5.  Pinkeye, in which there is a white or yellow discharge, often with matted eyelids after sleep, eye pain and redness.


6.  Head lice - keep home until treated and all nits are removed.  Must see school nurse before returning to class.  School nurse hours are from 7:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.


7.  Chicken Pox - Keep home until all blisters are scabbed over and dry.


8.  Diarrhea or vomiting.


9.  Impetigo - Keep home for 24 hours after starting antibiotic treatment.


10.  Ringworm (contagious fungus infection) - Keep home until treatment is started.  Ringworm on the scalp requires an oral medication.  Ringworm on the body can be treated a cream applied directly to the affected area and covered with a Band-Aid.

Medication Forms

Here are the following medication forms you may need throughout the school year.
Diabetes Information
Nurse Information
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