Nurse's Notes

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MNES Clinic Hours 7:15a-2:45p

Parent Reminder for Medication Administration: If school operates on a delay, please give any scheduled morning medication at home. The nurse will NOT be able to administer morning medication on a delayed schedule.

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New for 2023-2024 School Year

The school clinic will no longer provide over the counter medications, including Acetaminophen (Tylenol) or Antihistamine (Benadryl) or Antacids (Tums). All medications need to be provided by the parents and stored in the clinic. No student is permitted to carry over-the-counter medications. Please contact Nurse Randi if you have any questions at [email protected] or 540-297-4411!

Please make an appointment with the nurse to bring any necessary supplies or medications into the clinic. If your child is taking any daily medications it is strongly recommended that he/she be taking it at home. This is for the health and safety of all students as it will assist with limiting clinic activity, extra travel in the hallways, and student contact.  All medication must be brought to school by the parent.  According to Bedford County Public Schools policy, no medication should be transported on the bus.  Prescription drugs require a consent form signed by the doctor.  Over-the-counter drugs must be in original packaging and require a consent form signed by the parent.