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If your child currently has medication in the Nurse’s office please plan to pick it up on or before the last day of school, June 4th. Medication must be picked up and form signed by a parent/guardian. Medication that is not … Continue reading
Vaccinate Lancaster will be hosting walk-in 1st dose clinics of the Pfizer vaccine at locations throughout Lancaster County. 2nd doses will be scheduled when you receive the 1st dose. Ages 16 and older. Minors (ages 16 and 17) must bring a legal guardian … Continue reading
For more information about vaccines for COVID 19 please see the immunizations page.
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In an effort to reduce the number of people in the building and comply with state regulations for social distancing we are asking if your child takes medication at school that you would schedule a time with your school nurse … Continue reading
UPDATE FOR 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR: Please note the current time period of 5 days for completing immunizations set by the PA Department of Health and PA Department of Education has been suspended for a two-month period after the beginning of … Continue reading
Reminders for next school year All students in Kindergarten, 6th, and 11th grades are required to have completed physical exams. All students in Kindergarten, 3rd, and 7th grades are required to have a completed dental exam. Incoming Kindergarten students are … Continue reading
Reminder- Curbside medication pick up is available at your child’s school May 4th from 4-7 PM and May 5th from 7-11 AM. If you have any questions please contact your child’s school nurse.
Click this link to see district updates regarding COVID-19 Below are links to the PA Department of Health for more information: https://www.health.pa.gov/topics/disease/coronavirus/Pages/Coronavirus.aspx https://www.health.pa.gov/topics/disease/coronavirus/Pages/Translated.aspx
In the next few months, as part of our fourth, fifth and sixth grade health program, students will be receiving important information about puberty. In addition, the 6th grade students will receive information regarding the immune system and HIV/AIDS in … Continue reading