- All sick students need to go through the nurses office to be released for the day.
- Our goal in the Health Center is to maintain a healthy environment enabling us to assist students in attending classes.
- For a list of immunization clinics please click here
We hope you find the pages on our site useful in providing nursing information. Some of the pages will be updated on a regular basis, and some will be changed only rarely.
Cold or Flu? How to tell the difference? Visit this link.
ATTENTION: Two flavors of liquid cold syrup for children are being recalled due to the potential for overdosing. Click here for more information.
MEDICATION IN SCHOOL – KEEPING STUDENTS SAFE
A reminder for AHS parents and students:
Students are not permitted to carry medication in school. This includes prescription, and over-the-counter medication such as Tylenol, Advil and even cough drops.
Click HERE for the Medical Administration Release Form
If your son or daughter needs to take medication in school, please have them pick up a medication administration form from the school nurse. All medications (prescription and over-the-counter) are to be administered from the nurse's office.
(Exception to this are students who carry an EpiPen and Asthma inhaler with consent to carry documentation. A permission to carry form is available from the school nurse.)
It is our goal to make this a communication tool for your use. We will do our best to keep it current.