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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.

Health Clerk- Erika Vargas

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

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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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