• School Nurse

    All students entering school must have a Maryland school physical completed by the student's doctor and the student's parent/guardian.

    Immunizations must be completed by the student's doctor and entered on the Maryland State Immunization Form.

    Guidelines for Immunization Requirements PK through Grade 12 - All students in Pre-K, Kindergarten, First Grade, Second Grade and Third Grade are required to have a Varicella Immunization (Chicken Pox) given after their first birthday.All students in Pre-K, Kindergarten, First Grade and Second Grade are required to have the Maryland Lead Certificate on file in the school. Students entering PK through Grade 12 must have the following immunizations to enter the school system:

    4 Doses DTP Vaccine (diphtheria and tetanus toxoids with pertussis vaccine). Four doses for students less than 7 years of age. Three doses for students7 years of age and older. Pertussis vaccine is not required after age 7.
    3 Doses Trivalent Oral Polio Vaccine
    2 Doses Measles Vaccine (given after the 1st birthday)
    1 Dose Rubella (given after the 1st birthday)
    1 Dose Mumps (given after the 1st birthday)
    Measles, Mumps and Rubella are usually given in a combined shot(MMR).

    MEDICATION REMINDER - NO Medication can be administered in school without a doctor's and a parent's authorization form on file. This includes all prescription medications and all over the counter medication, including cough drops and skin care products. Please see Nurse Sarah or call her at school if you have any questions or need a form for medication administration.

    The following items may be kept in Nurse Sarah's office for use by your child - with a note from the parent and the items provided by the parent: cough drops (non-medicated), calamine lotion, sunscreen, hand lotion (non-medicated), chapstick (non-medicated).

    If you have any questions you can contact Nurse Sarah at
    410-658-5925 during school hours.