Mrs. Emily Guitreau Iem

Phone: 540-658-6800

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Mrs. Emily Guitreau Iem

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    EpiPen recall:
     
     
    All rising 6th graders are required to have a Tdap vaccination prior to their first day of school. 
    If you have this vaccination completed, please send a copy to Miss Debbie to record in your child's records for easier transfer.  
     
     
    SCPS will no longer send paper memos home concerning the HPV vaccination.  It is encouraged but not required to prevent cervical cancer. Please see this site for further information. http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/immunization/requirements/
     
    Welcome to another great school year.

    I am happy to be here serving your children with their health needs.
    If your child requires ANY medication during the school hours, you must complete a
    medication request form and have it signed by a physician. This includes over the
    counter medication and cough drops. This must be done annually per Stafford
    county policy. For your child’s protection and according to the law, please do not
    send medication to school with your child.

    The clinic uses the following supplies to treat your children.

    If your child cannot be exposed to any of these items, please contact me immediately.

    Viruses and bacterial infections are very contagious. If your child is sick the night before or
    in the morning, please do not send them to school. The best thing for your child is rest and
    fluids. This will potentially give their bodies what they need to heal faster and increase their
    resistance to other illnesses that may be in the classroom.
    It is one of Virginia’s several allergy seasons and I am seeing a good number of children in
    the clinic with sore throats and nasal congestion. Over the counter Zyrtec, Claritin and
    Benadryl are all helpful in fighting the body’s response to pollen-hopefully decreasing any
    chances of ear infections, sinus infections and sore throats. See your physician if you are
    not sure which medication would work best for your child. These need to be taken on a
    daily basis until the season passes.
    ●Isopropyl/alcohol ●First Aid Cream ●Bactine
    ●Latex Free Gloves ●Caladryl ●Vaseline
    ●Latex Free Bandages ●Isotonic eye wash ●Red throat spray
    ●Ice pack ●Warm compress ●Triple antibiotic
    ●Warm salt water

    Please keep your child home if they have had any of these symptoms in the last 24 hours:

    ●Fever greater than 100
    ●Vomiting and/or diarrhea (with or without fever)
    ●Conjunctivitis (pink eye with drainage)
    ●Nasal drainage with green/yellow discharge
    ●Sore throats suspected to be strep throat
    ●Live head lice- please return after treatment and removal of nits.
    Please provide the clinic with all emergency medications with MD orders in addition to
    making sure all contact numbers are updated and in the front office.

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