The 2015-16 school booklet documents are now posted on the Department of Health Services website. The entire booklet will posted as a single PDF in the near future, but for now, people can view the new forms, etc. It will be several weeks until the hard copies are printed and mailed out to the schools.
News & Announcements
Helpful Hints from the Health Room about Ticks:
Boy, your child's freckles really stand out in the sun — but wait, that one looks like it's moving! It isn't a freckle at all. It's a tick. What should you do?
The CDC has reported an outbreak of measles in the U.S. currently involving eleven states. The School District of Elmbrook would like to take this opportunity to provide some information about measles and how to prevent it.
The cold and flu season is officially here. Please remember when calling your child's illness to school, report either the symptoms they are experiencing (vomiting, fever, cough...) OR any physician confirmed illness.
Tanya Fredrich, PhD - Director of Student Services
Kathy Adams RN, BSN at WHMS, BCHS, Brook El and Swanson
Leanna Manser - RN, BSN (covers Brookfield East, Pilgrim Park, Burleigh, Dixon, Tonawanda)
Beth Freydank - RN, (covers Fairview South)
The School District of Elmbrook Health Services Department ensures the health and safety of all students during the school day.
The district has three Registered Nurses on staff who oversee Health Room Assistants at each school. Health Room Assistants are trained in First Aid and CPR/AED skills.
Health services available to students during the day include:
- Basic first aid for illness/injury
- Parent notification of illness/injury
- Medication administration
- Attendance tracking
- Immunization requirement tracking
District Nurses and Health Room Assistants can be contacted directly by calling each school's office.