The Clementon School Nurse works as part of an education team to promote the overall health and well-being of all students and staff that make up the Clementon School District. A wide range of health services are provided. These services include:
- Developing emergency care plans for students with life-threatening health conditions such as severe allergies to peanuts or bee stings, severe asthma or diabetic students with insulin reactions.
- Administering medications to students and care for ill or injured students in the school setting.
- Completing health assessments for students being evaluated to receive special education services. Providing state-mandated screenings and referrals for health conditions such as vision or hearing.
- Monitoring any possible communicable disease outbreaks in the school setting.
- Serving as a liaison between the school, the home, and medical or other community resources.
- Providing health education to students.
- Promoting a healthy school environment.
Forms and Information
- Your child’s physician must complete and sign the Asthma Treatment Plan.
- Parents/Guardian must sign the bottom of the Asthma Treatment Plan.
- Inhalers/NEB solutions must be in the prescription labeled box and hand delivered to the school nurse by the parent or guardian. Children are not permitted to carry medications!
- Asthma Treatment Plan
Epi Pen Use:
- Your child’s physician must complete and sign the Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan.
- The Parent/Guardian must sign the bottom of the Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan (remember to indicate on the bottom of the form if you wish for your child to sit at a peanut/nut free table at lunch).
- Epi Pens must be in the prescription labeled box and hand delivered to the school nurse by the parent/guardian.
- Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan
- EpiPen Administration Form
- Your child’s physician must complete and sign the Medication Authorization Form.
- The parent/guardian must sign the bottom of the Medication Authorization Form.
- All medications (prescription or non-prescription) must be in its original container and properly identified and hand delivered to the school nurse by the parent/guardian.
- Medication Authorization Form
Human papillomavirus (HPV)
HPV Vaccine: Information for Parents
Human papillomavirus (pap-ah-LO-mah-VYE-rus) (HPV) is a group of common viruses that affect both boys and girls. HPV can cause anal and mouth/throat cancers.
Meningococcal Meningitis and required vaccines for 6th grade
Frequently Asked Questions. What is meningococcal invasive disease? Meningococcal (muh-nin-jo-cok-ul) disease is a serious illness caused by a type of bacteria (germs)
Flu Vaccine information
Flu or Influenza Fact Sheet for Parents | CDC
CDC fact sheet for parents: Flu (Influenza) and the Vaccine to Prevent it.
Department of Health | Communicable Disease Service – Information and resources about immunization requirements in New Jersey schools.