SHOULD MY CHILD BE IN SCHOOL TODAY ?
Many students and parents question if a student should stay home or attend school. The following information is intended to help with this decision.
If the student:
Parents, please bring all medication to the school nurse in its original container (not in zip-lock bags) with the medication name, dose and instruction noted on a parent note (valid for 1 day) or the EISD medication permit form ( valid for 2 weeks) A physician's signature is required on the EISD medication permit for medication that will be kept in nurse's office longer than 2 weeks.
PE and Recess Excuses
Send parent or physician's notes to the nurse's office at the beginning of the school day. All students are encouraged to go outside during recess even if their level of participation may be limited. There are no inside recess options.
Linda Kimbrough, R.N., B.S.N.
(512) 732-9169 fax
Hello, my name is Linda Kimbrough and I am the Registered Nurse at Forest Trail Elementary. My trail as a school nurse started 20 years ago and one would think I have "seen and heard it all" by this time in my life. But....ten years ago I started a journal which contains unusual comments or incidents that I have not experienced in "all my years in pediatrics". I plan to publish the journal or black mail parents when I retire.
I love working with your children as we address physical and emotional ailments and enjoy time out for health and safety education. I will do my best to keep them safe, healthy, and feeling loved. I welcome adult conversation so feel free to call me if you have concerns about your child.
In my spare time, my husband, 2 adult children and their spouses, 3 grandchildren, and 4 grand-dogs keep me busy with babysitting/dog sitting jobs, yard work, and house projects. My husband and I try to get away from it all with trips to South Padre Island every chance we get.
Welcome to the world of Nurse Kimbrough