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School Nurse/Health Office

Susan B. Anthony Health Office

School Nurse- Alyson Cram, BSN, RN, PHN

Credentialed School Nurse-Anthony Elementary, Foothill Elementary, Citrus Hills Intermediate and Todd Academy
Reminder: Our Registered Nurse is not on site full time.

For More information on school nursing click on the link below:

What is a School Nurse?


Health Clerk Hours: 10:00-1:30

If your child needs to take medication during school hours, please see the guidelines below.  Children may never transport medication to school. 

ADMINISTRATION OF MEDICATION DURING SCHOOL HOURS

• No student shall be given medication during school hours except upon written request from a California licensed physician/health care provider who has the responsibility for the medical management of the student. All such requests must be signed by the physician and by the parent or guardian.

• A new form is required for each prescription changed and at the beginning of each school year.  Click on form below.

Immunization Requirements for TK-12 Grade

A student enrolling in the Corona-Norco Unified School District must present documentation from a health care provider certifying that he/she has received all immunizations required for his/her age or grade level as specified by the California Department of Public Health.

Click links below for details.

CNUSD Minimum Immunization Requirements

Shots for School Website

For additional information visit our district page for Student Health Resources


Should I Keep My Child Home?:

Green Light- Child does attend school with the following:
-Muscle aches
-Mild headache
-Stomach ache without other symptoms
-Allergy Symptoms
-Asthma (controlled)
-Sunburn
-Lack of sleep
-Reluctance to attend due to emotional factors

Yellow Light- Child may go to school with the following:
-Chronic runny nose
-Lingering cough
-Mild headache
-Muscle aches
-Sore throat without fever

Red Light- Child does not attend school with the following:
-Fever 100 degrees of higher (Child must be 24 hours fever-free before returning to school.)
-More than one episode of vomiting or diarrhea
-Untreated ear infection, symptoms of pink eye, impetigo or ringworm (unless area can be covered)
-Chicken Pox - until all lesions are crusted and dry (usually 7-10 days)
-Rash with fever
-Untreated head lice
-Sore throat with fever
-Runny nose with thick green mucous

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 739-5655.


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