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School Health Program

Franklin County School Nurses are available as a health promotion resource for students and staff during the school day.  Nurses are assigned to several schools and make visits to assigned schools weekly.  Medical care and first aid provided by school nurses is primarily for illnesses and injuries that occur during the school day.

School Nurse Directory:
Sandy Cabe
LES - 496-3676, ext. 111
EBES - 853-2347, ext. 273
sandycabe@fcschools.net
Michel Moody
TLMS - 496-1855, ext. 229
LHS - 496-3725, ext. 335
michelmoody@fcschools.net
Veronica Fuller
LOMES - 554-0667, ext. 231
YES - 556-5250, ext. 226
veronicafuller@fcschools.net
Lisa Pursell-Morris
CCMS - 554-4848, ext. 152
FHS - 494-2332, ext. 226
lisamorris@fcschools.net
Jessica Huffman
RES - 496-7377, ext. 269
CEC - 496-2600, ext. 265
ECHS - 496-1055
jessicahuffman@fcschools.net
Rhonda Shearon, Lead Nurse, BBP Coordinator
BES - 496-4015, ext. 241
Central Office - 496-2600, ext. 265
rhondashearon@fcschools.net
Kathy Jones
FES - 494-2479, ext. 224
LMES - 853-3577, ext. 227
kathyjones@fcschools.net
Jennifer Wingo
BMS - 496-7700, ext. 152
BHS - 496-3975, ext. 250
jenniferwingo@fcschools.net

Medical Forms

Grades K-5 ONLY:
Medication Order Form -
English | Spanish

Grades 6-12 ONLY:
Medication Order Form -
English | Spanish

Over-the-Counter Form

Medical Release Form

Required for School Entry:

Immunizations:

5 doses of Dtap
4 doses of Polio
2 doses of MMR
3 Hepatitis B
1 Varicella
1 dose of Tdap required for sixth graders

Optional:
Flu Vaccine - English | Spanish
Meningococcal Info - English | Spanish
HPV Vaccine - English | Spanish
Hepatitis A
Varicella 2nd dose

Kindergarten Health Assessment
Contact school for required form.
Guidelines for Keeping Students Home
  • Fever of 100.5 or higher OR 100 if child has any other symptoms (child must be fever free for 24 hours without use of medication)
  • Rash with fever
  • Crusty red eyes
  • Head lice
  • Asthma symptoms not controlled by medication
  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting within 8 hours prior to leaving for school
  • After a medical procedure until cleared by physican
  • Unstable blood sugar


Health-Related Policies

Board Policy for Medication

Emergency Care for Injury and Sudden Illness in the School Setting

Immunization Requirements for School Admission

Students with Special Care Needs
Policy | Procedures

Students with Food Allergies

Communicable Diseases - Students

Student Suicide Prevention

Pregnant Students

Concussion and Head Injury

Comprehensive Health Education

Pre-K Enrollment
Informational Items

Head Lice Information

MRSA Information

Concussion Information -
English | Spanish

Shape Up America!

Eat Smart, Move More North Carolina

Alliance for a Healthier Generation

KidsHealth

Handwashing: Clean Hands Save Lives




Resource Links

Franklin County Health Department

School Health Advisory Council

CDC

ImmunizeNC

Mental Health

County Health Report

Senate Bill 911

American Diabetes Association