NEASE HIGH SCHOOL CLINIC
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns, or with any updates regarding your child’s health status:
Jessica Aberdeen BSN, RN
Phone (904) 547-8326
Fax (904) 547-8305
Medical Management Plans for the 2021-2022 School Year
Note: The School must have new Medical Management Plan forms on file EACH school year.
Medications at School
Note: The School must have new medications forms on file EACH school year.
Please complete the appropriate medication form(s) (see links below) for your student to have medications at Nease High School.
- If your student requires prescription medication to be kept in the school clinic, this form must be completed and signed by the physician and the parent/guardian.
- Rx Medication Authorization Form
- (Note: ALL prescription medications must be kept in the clinic, with the exception of inhalers, EpiPen/Auvi-Q auto-injectors and emergency Glucagon.) Students found in possession of medications without the proper paperwork on file will be subject to disciplinary action as noted in the Student Code of Conduct.
Over the Counter Medication:
- Students may self-carry over-the-counter medications by submitting this completed form to the clinic and keeping a copy with them at all times.
- Self-Administration of Non-Prescription (OTC) Medication Form
- All OTC medications must be in the original packaging (NO loose pills). Student/parent may also choose to keep their OTC medication in the clinic.
A parent/guardian will be called whenever a student has a fever over 100 degrees, diarrhea or vomiting, significant pain, repeated complaints, or anything out of the ordinary.
Please remember that if students are sent home with a fever, they must be fever free for 24 hours before they return. This means that they should not return the next day. The 24 hour period begins from the time they no longer have a fever. If you are not sure if you should keep your child out of school due to illness, click here: ILLNESS GUIDELINES.
For updated information regarding COVID-19 school policies please refer to our Health Services page HERE
Beginning with summer programs on June 14,2021 and going into the 2021-2022 school year, the SJCSD will transition to the following health and safety procedures:
· Face masks will be recommended, but optional in school and on SJCSD transportation
· Desk shields will no longer be a mandatory feature of all classrooms but will be used as appropriate when needed for health and safety protection or instructional/assessment purposes
· Temperature checks will no longer be a daily routine when students, staff or visitors arrive at school
· Enhanced sanitation practices will continue in our facilities to ensure clean, healthy schools
· Athletics, events, plays/performances, and dances will occur next school year. Protocols will be adjusted as we receive guidance from FHSAA and other state and local agencies.
NEW APP!! The St. Johns County Department of Health is working to improve the community’s ability to communicate with the DOH when someone tests positive for COVID-19. People are encouraged to use the Healthy Together app to identify and input information regarding their case. The information is linked with the Department of Health’s system. It may take up to 48 hours for the information to be processed. Department of Health main number 904-506-6081, option 8, press 1.
Due to the nature of communicable illnesses and during this time of COVID-19 Pandemic, in addition to symptoms of commonly occurring illnesses, any student presenting with the following symptoms should stay home and contact their doctor for further evaluation.
TWO OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING:
- Muscle aches
- Sore throat
- Vomiting and/or diarrhea
OR ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
- Loss of taste or smell
- Fever of 100.4 or higher
- Uncontrolled cough
- Shortness of breath
When should I keep my child home?
If your child has symptoms from the list above, has tested positive, is awaiting COVD test results, or has been in close contact with someone who is positive please call or email the school clinic for further guidance. For COVID-19, a close contact is defined as any individual who was within 6 feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes starting from 2 days before illness onset until the time the patient is isolated.
For immediate concerns please contact the Florida Department of Health COVID-19 hotline: