Every student should have an updated and completed Student Health Information form on file with the school nurse EACH year.
Complete this form and bring with your student's medication to the School Nurse or designated staff member. Reminder: students may not transport medication to school.
Have your physician or provider complete this form to allow your student to have an epi pen, inhaler, or diabetic supplies on their person.
Complete this form for food sensitivities & allergies.
The Health Services letter details and summarizes the health policies for Effingham County Schools. You can learn more about our department and the services it offers.
Required documentation for immunization waiver. Must be notarized.
Help A Child Smile Parent Letter & Form
Required for students entering 6th and 8th grade.
For life threatening allergic reaction; accompanies an epinephrine injection prescription (Epi Pen, Epi Pen Jr, AuviQ, etc). Must be completed and signed by your child's physician or provider.
For the chronic condition of asthma; accompanies an emergency inhaler (albuterol, etc). Must be completed and signed by your child's physician or provider.
Required for diabetic students. Completed by your child's physician or provider. Gives guidance on the management of the diabetic student while in school.
For students with allergies to food. May accompany an anaphylaxis action plan as well. Completed by your child's physician or medical provider.
For students with seizures; accompanies emergency medications kept in the clinic. Completed by your child's physician or medical provider.