Message from the CRES Nurse
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News from the Nurse
- Medication reminder: If a student requires medication at school, please have a medical authorization completed and signed by parents and a physician. Medication Authorizations can be found here:
Please do not send medication into the students’ pockets or belongings for them to take later. Medications must be kept in the nurse's office. Any medications at school needed longer than 10 days needs parent and physician authorization, must be unexpired, and must come with their original prescription label. Short-term medication, for less than 10 days, needs parent authorization and we must follow labeled instructions.
- All students with asthma, severe allergies, and those who have seizures will need an updated asthma action plan, seizure action plan, and/or allergy action plan from their physician for this school year. If your student has seizures, we will also need the seizure questionnaire form to be filled out. Please use the links below to find these forms:
- Health screenings are required by Texas state law. Each year we have school wide vision and hearing screenings for PreK, Kinder, 1st, 3rd, 5th as well as students that need a screen for other reasons. We also screen for Acanthosis Nigricans in 1st, 3rd, and 5th grade. In the fall, we screen for Scoliosis in 5th grade girls. Please email me if you have questions or if your child loses/breaks their glasses and you need help getting a new exam/pair.
- If you need medical insurance, food, transportation assistance, please check out https://www.findhelp.org/
- Students with no insurance but needing medical care can be seen by Lirios Pediatrics on South Congress in Austin. Follow the link for more information https://www.liriospediatrics.org/
- Use the links to the left for any further information. IMPORTANT INFORMATION