School Nurse: Mrs. Lisa Clarke
PT Nurse Secretary: Mrs. Kim Denice
973-637-1552 (phone)973-515-2425 (fax)email@example.com (email)Please note, absences should be reported on the absentee line: 973-637-1554 or through the absentee email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be specific as to the reason for absence. If it involves illness, include the nature of the ailment.
Please be sure to check in with the school nurse if your child has any specific health needs. Also, be sure to provide her with all necessary paperwork and doctors' orders. Please note, students may not self-administer any medication (including OTC Advil or Tylenol). The only time a student is able to self-administer medication is when a doctor writes a self-administer order for an inhaler. We ask that you please notify the school nurse to make her aware of any changes in your child’s health, including any medication he/she may be taking.
Please click on the titles below, for some health-related information:
Health Office Documents
These forms need to be filled out annually for all student's with life threatening allergies requiring the treatment of Epinephrine. The forms include the Emergency Plan that needs to be filled out by Health Care Provider and the Parent/Guardian Authorization form.
These forms need to be filled out annually for all student's requiring an inhaler at school. The forms include the Asthma Action Plan that needs to be filled out by Health Care Provider and if applicable the Authorization to Self-Administer form to be filled out by a parent/guardian.
This needs to be filled out by your child's Health Care Provider and signed by a parent/guardian before any medication may be administered at school. Be sure medication is properly labeled.
For 5th Grade Students Interested in Athletics at Memorial Junior School:
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*NOTE ALL INCOMING 6TH GRADE STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE THE FOLLOWING NJ STATE MANDATED IMMUNIZATIONS:
- One dose of Tdap (Tetanus, diptheria, acellular pertussis) given no earlier than the 10th birthday.
- One dose of meningococcal-containing vaccine given on or after the 11th birthday.
If your child has already received any of these immunization, please submit records to the health office.
Helpful Parent Resources
Allergy and Asthma
Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE)
Dedicated site for kids, teens and adults with valuable information from the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network.
American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology
Provides information about asthma and allergies.
Allergy & Asthma Network (Mothers of Asthmatics)
Helps parents and children cope with allergies and asthma.
American Dental Association
Provides useful information about fluoride, cavities and more.
American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
Provides a pediatric dentist search tool as well as education and resources for families.
American Association of Poison Control Centers
Offers information information for poison safety and education.
Safe Kids Worldwide
Dedicated to preventing childhood injury, with great guidelines for car seats, fire safety and poison prevention, as well as links for recalls and more.
Safe Routes to School
A federal, state and local effort to enable and encourage children, including those with disabilities, to walk or bike to school.
American Academy of Pediatrics
Provides specific information about immunizations.
Nutrition and Fitness
MyPlate Kids' Place
Helps kids ages 6-11 choose more healthful foods and proper serving sizes.
Fuel Up to Play 60
An in-school nutrition and physical activity program that encourages kids to consume nutrient-rich foods and achieve at least 60 minutes of physical activity every day.
Action for Healthy Kids
Fights childhood obesity, undernourishment and physical inactivity by helping schools become healthier places so kids can live healthier lives.
Healthy Schools Program
The Alliance for a Healthier Generation's initiative to create and sustain healthy environments where your students can learn better and flourish.