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Nurse

Mrs. Murphy, RN

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Contact Information:
322-5746 ext. 203
(315)322-5668
amurphy@mwcsk12.org
Nurse's office hours: 7:45am-3:15pm 
 
 
 
 
A... 
Spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down 
The medicine go down
The medicine go down 
Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down 
In a most delightful way
 

School Nurse

 2018-2019  REMINDERS ABOUT IMMUNIZATIONS:

ALL STUDENTS MUST BE UP TO DATE ON NYS REQUIRED IMMUNIZATIONS BY SEPTEMBER 21, 2018 FOR SCHOOL ATTENDANCE.
REQUIRED IMMUNIZATION CHART

THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH OFFERS IMMUNIZATIONS PLEASE CALL FOR APPOINTMENT AT (315) 386-2325 [9:00-3:30pm]

OR

YOUR REGULAR DOCTOR CAN PROVIDE IMMUNIZATIONS
 
 
FORMS SENT OUT AT END OF SCHOOL YEAR:

HIPAA: this form allows me as the school nurse to speak with doctor's office to request physicals and/or shot records the form is on bottom of  the Health Examinations page.
 
 

Guidelines for keeping your child home from school

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 WHEN TO KEEP A CHILD HOME WITH ILLNESS DURING COLD AND FLU SEASON
 
      Persistent fever greater than 100.0° orally, including a fever that requires control with medication, like Tylenol
      Vomiting and/or diarrhea
      Significant cough that makes a child feel uncomfortable or disrupts the class
      Sore throat that is severe, accompanied by fever and/or feeling ill
      Honey-crusted sores around the nose or mouth or rash on other body parts that might be impetigo; OR a rash in various stages including boils, sores and bumps that may be chicken pox; OR a significant rash accompanied by other symptoms of illness such as fever
      Red, runny eyes that distract the child from learning
      Severe ear pain or drainage from the ear
      Severe headache, especially if accompanied by fever
      Any condition that you think may be serious or contagious to others. 
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