Health /School Nurse's Office
2019 Novel Coronavirus Information from CDC
30 Days to Slow the Spread
Use of Cloth Face Coverings to Help Slow the Spread of COVID 19
Apple and CDC Screening Tool and Resources
Caring for Children (5/20/2020)
Cleaning and Disinfecting (5/7/2020)
CT Department of Public Health Resources (5/7/2020):
Child Health and Development Institute
Child Mind Institute
Connecticut Children's Hospital
The Village - Mental Health Resources
Yale Child Study Center and Scholastic Collarborative
COVID-19 If You Are Sick or Caring for Someone (Updated 5/24/2020)
COVID-19 Daily Life and Coping (Updated 5/10/2020)
COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions (5/11/2020)
COVID-19 Groups at Higher Risk for Severe Illness (Update 4/15/2020)
COVID-19 Public Service Announcements (New 4/16/2020)
COVID-19 Guidelines to Slow the Spread
COVID-19 Symptoms (Updated 4/27/2020)
When You Can be Around Others After You Had of Likely Had COVID-19 (New 5/24/2020)
How to Care for Yourself Practicing Physical Distancing
How Hand Washing Removes Viruses
How to Prepare (5/7/2020)
Keeping Children Healthy While School's Out (Updated 4/29/2020)
Keeping Your New Baby Safe In the Time of COVID-19
CDC Coronavirus Self Checker
CDC Print Resources in Multiple Languages
Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children Associated with COVID-19 (5/14/2020)
Pets and Other Animals (5/6/2020)
Quarantine and Isolation (5/6/2020)
Reopening America Guidance
Reopening America Guidance Cleaning-Disinfecting
Testing for COVID-19 (Updated 4/15/2020)
TOV Priority Urgent Care COVID-19 Testing Site (5/4/2020)
Testing for COVID-19 TOV - St. Bernard's - Priority Urgent Care - Walk-up Testing (5/20/2020)
Visiting Parks and Recreational Facilities
American Sign Language Symptoms of Coronavirus
American Sign Language Social Distancing
American Sign Language Do Your Part to Slow the Spread
American Sign Language Parents Supporting Children
American Sign Language Managing Stress and Anxiety
American Sign Language Use of Cloth Face Coverings
Make Your Own Face Covering at Home
Here are the directions below:
- Lay your cloth out on a flat surface.
- Fold the cloth to the middle from the bottom.
- Fold it to the middle from the top.
- Repeat Steps 2 and 3.
- Take two rubber bands and put one on each end of the folded cloth.
- Fold both sides to the middle.
- Bring the mask to your face, and place the rubber bands around your ears.
The goal of the Vernon Public Schools Health Program is to assist each student to attain and maintain his/her optimum state of health so that he/she may benefit to the maximum degree from his/her educational experience.
The school nurse strengthens and facilitates the educational process by modifying or removing health barriers to learning in individual student and by promoting an optimal level of wellness for students and staff.
The nurse assumes the responsibility for appropriate assessment, planning and intervention. She also serves as a direct contact between physicians, families and community agencies in order to assure access to health care and continuity for students. The nurse provides relevant instruction, counseling and guidance to students, staff and parents.
The nurse adheres to district policies and administrative guidelines. The school nurse upholds professional standards as outlined in the State Nurse Practice Act, and other state and local statutes and regulations.
The School Medical Advisor is a certified physician (M.D.). In this role, the physician, through collaboration with the School Nurse Supervisor, School Administrators and the Board of Education, when needed, provides direction and guidance to the continuing development of the school health program. The physician acts as a resource person and technical advisor in health related areas.
- Bed Bug Guide
- CDC Flu Information
- Concussion Parent Student Education and Consent
- Concussion Fact Sheet
- Dental Program
- Flu, Parent Letter
- Flu, Preventing the Flu
- Food and Allergy Management Plan
- Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease
- Husky Insurance
- Husky Insurance, Spanish
- Immunization Requirements 2019-2020
- Immunization Requirements 2020-2021
- Lead Poisoning
- Lice Protocol
- Measles Parent Letter
- Measles CT DPH Press Release
- Medication Administration at School
- Physical Requirement Kindergarten, Grade 7 and Grade 11
- Preschool Flu Shot Letter
- Preschool Lead Screening Requirement
- Reporting Illness/Sick Day Guidelines
- School Entry Health Requirements
- Start Letter
- Snack List, Recommended
- Strep Throat Parent Information Letter
- Sudden Cardiac Arrest Parent Education and Consent
- Tuberculosis Screening Guidelines
- Food Allergy Action Plan
- Food Service Accommodations for Students Form
- Food Service Accommodations for Students Instructions
- Medication Administration
- Physicals and Immunizations Parent Information
- Physical, other than Preschool
- Preschool Health Assessment Record
- Sports Physical
CARDIAC ARREST PSA
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Peggy Stickel, R.N., M.S.
Karen Miklas R.N.
Crystal Temple, Health Aide
RHS Health Office
Phone: 860-870-6050 x4035
Amanda Babcock, R.N., B.S.N.
Monica Bardon, Health Aide
VCMS Health Office
Michelle Harlow, R.N., B.S.N.
Erica Piscottano, Health Aide
CRS Health Office
Maria Valentino, R.N., BSN
LSS Health Office
Emily Perez, R.N.
MSS Health Office
Kerry Caldwell, R.N.
NES Health Office
Lindsay Campo, R. N.
Chantel Bartlett, Health Aide
SRS Health Office