Your child's health and wellness are very important to us. Help us help you keep him/her safe and healthy!
Meet Our School Nurse
Mrs. Ashley Hurst is our school nurse! Mrs. Hurst has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She has an extensive background in pediatric nursing at Norton Children’s Hospital and Norton Hospital as well as served on the Norton COVID response hotline team. She also is a parent of two current students. Mrs. Hurst is at school daily 9 a.m.-1 p.m. She helps Kristin Lococo with medication management, student illness, and COVID related tracking. Her goal is to be a health resource for all the parents and students. You can contact her at email@example.com.
When to Keep Your Child at Home
PLEASE KEEP THEM HOME IF THEY HAVE A FEVER, VOMITING, DIARRHEA. They are to be symptom free for 24 hours without the aid of medication prior to returning to school.
If your child wakes up in the morning with a headache, stomach ache, or generally not feeling well, please keep him/ her home.
Please email the office at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may bring your child in at a later time, if he/she is feeling better.
We are sensitive to the needs of students with allergies. Allergies are reviewed by school and cafeteria staff at the beginning of the year. Parents are encouraged to work with school staff to determine a plan should your child be exposed to an allergen. All students with allergies should have an allergy action plan on file. Peanut-free tables will be provided as needed.
- Please be sure your child’s medical information is current on your child’s online registration.
- Medications will be accepted on an individual basis and administered only as prescribed by a physician.
- All medications should be sent to school office in the original container, with the prescription label attached, including the physician’s directions for dispensing the medication. All medicines must have a MEDICINE ADMINISTRATION FORM with them.
- Non-prescription (over the counter) medications will be accepted on an individual basis as provided by the parent or legal guardian provided a completed authorization to give medicine form (included in registration packet) is on file in the office. Prolonged use of non-prescription medication is discouraged. Physician or health care provider approval is required for use of non-prescription medication. The medication is to be sent in the original container. Examples include cough drops, Tylenol/aspirin, lotions, creams, etc.
Kentucky Department of Health requires health records be maintained for all students.
Effective with the 2018-19 school year (July 1, 2018), the following new immunization requirements for elementary school students (Grades K-8) will be in effect:
- All students should have two (2) doses of Hepatitis A vaccine. Parents should start the process of vaccination now, because the minimum time between the doses is six (6) months.
- There is a new format for Kentucky Immunization Certificates, and all students are required to obtain and submit the updated certificate to schools.
All parents should take the following steps:
- Consult with your child’s healthcare provider to ensure that these vaccines have been given to your child, or make an appointment for your child to receive the vaccine(s).
- Obtain an updated Kentucky Immunization Certificate from your provider.
- Turn in a copy of that Kentucky Immunization Certificate to the school office.
Kentucky Immunization Certificate
Archdiocese of Louisville Catholic elementary schools require proof of a vision examination by an optometrist or ophthalmologist. Submit proof to the school no later than January 1st of the FIRST year that a five (5) or six (6) year old child is enrolled. Vision examination information may be reported on the Kentucky/Archdiocese of Louisville Eye Examination Form for School Entry.
We want all of our students to maintain regular physical exams. Physical exams are required for all incoming sixth grade students before the school year begins.
A letter will be issued as needed to either grade level or school wide for any communicable disease or ailment (Chicken Pox, lice, COVID, Hand-Foot-Mouth, etc.) confirmed by a doctor.