Childer's Nurses Section
Emily Scott is the nurse at Childers Middle School. If you have a question or concern, please do not hesitate to call Nurse Scott.
Emily Scott can be reached at 918-259-4350 x2174, or you may contact her by email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Procedure for student health office visits
Students will be encouraged to remain in their classrooms unless they have one of the following medical emergencies: "the 4 B's" - Bleeding, Barfing, Broken bones or Breathing issues. Other student ailments may be addressed on the students' time, during passing periods. No student will be denied medical attention. This process was implemented to reduce the number of students requesting nurse visits for unnecessary reasons. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. Please contact an administrator or the school nurse if you have additional questions.
If your child needs medication during school hours, required paperwork will need to be completed. A copy of the Broken Arrow Medication policy can be obtained through the nurses’ office. “As needed” medications, such as inhalers also require Parent/Physician permission forms. Please remember that no student should be self-administering medication at school without prior approval through the nurses’ office. Any medication sent to school must be brought to the nurses’ office upon the students’ arrival to school. It must be in the original container accompanied by a note from the parent/guardian.
Starting in the school year 2014-2015, over the counter medications (Acetaminophen, Ibuprofen and Antacids) will not be provided by the school sites. Non-prescription medication must be provided by the parent or legal guardian in the original container with the following information: name of the student, printed dosages appropriate for age or weight, and expiration date of the medication. A parent permission form to give medication is also required.
Emergency Form (H-14)
All students must have an Emergency Information form on file every year. Please include all pertinent medical information that would be helpful in caring for your child at school. Please remember to include names of any person(s) that you would give permission to pick up your child in the event of illness/injury.
Students with fever of 100 degrees or higher, vomiting or diarrhea may not return to school until they are fever/symptom free for 24 hours.
Tdap Booster required for 7th grade students
Beginning with the 11-12 school year, incoming 7th grade students are required to show proof of the Tdap Booster prior to schedule pick-up. Whooping cough (Pertussis) is a serious disease that spreads easily through the respiratory route. The incidence of Pertussis is on the rise in the U.S. Babies and young children are immunized against Pertussis, however the protection typically begins to wear off as children reach their preteen years. Medical experts recommend that preteens get a booster shot called Tdap (Tee-dap) to prevent the Pertussis infection. Other recommended immunizations at this age are a 2nd dose of the Varicella (chicken pox) and the meningitis vaccine. Parents of current 6th grade students, please present documentation of your child’s Tdap vaccine to Nurse Rauh as soon as vaccine is administered.