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Lee Ann Meador



Please contact me  if your child has any medical condition, that may require medication or special care during school hours or extra curricular activities. Examples are asthma, any allergy that would require the possible use of a prescribed epi-pen,  inhaler or other medications, diabetes, seizure disorder, ADD, or ADHD. There are special forms that will need to be filled out by you and your physician.
If your child will need to take daily medication during the school day - you will need contact me  to bring the medication   and we can get the proper paperwork together.  If you have questions, please contact me at

School policy from the student handbook for STUDENT INJURY or ILLNESS:
A student who is too ill to remain in class or who has been injured will be sent to the school nurse. If it is necessary for the student to go home, the school nurse will contact the parent or other emergency contact person to come and pick up. If your child shows signs / symptoms of diarrhea, vomiting or has a temperature of 99.4 or greater ,they will be considered contagious and be sent home. Please keep the child out of school for 24 hours after they are symptom free.

This means they should not have taken any medications in the last 24 hours to control a fever, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.By doing so this should greatly cut down on the spread of germs through our students and give your student time recover and have built some immunity back up.

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Illness Policy
BMI Chart


 A   tri-annual review of the Wellness policy was completed in January of 2019, using the Alliance for a healthier generation assessment tool. I you would like to see the results of the review, please contact Lee Ann or the main office for a viewing.