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7:30-8:15 -  Middle School/High School

8:20-11:20 - Elementary School

11:25-3:30 - Middle School/High School

(*please note that these times may vary based on students' needs)

upcoming events

Classes Resume January 2nd

January 12th- End of 2nd quarter

January 15th- No School- Martin Luther King JR Day



2017-2018 Fall Letter & Annual Health Form

Prescription Medication Consent Form

Over the Counter Medication Consent Form

Immunization Form
   + Conscientious Objector Form

2017-2018 Athletic Physical Form

Dietary Form Please complete this form if your child has a food allergy, or requires special diet accommodations (i.e. pureed foods, lactose intolerant, peanut allergy, diabetes)

Asthma Action Plan Please complete this form if your child has asthma

Anaphylaxis/Allergy Action Plan Please complete this form if your child has allergies

Seizure Action Plan Please complete this form if your child has a seizure disorder

Diabetes Medical Management & Action Plan Please complete this form if your child has diabetes

*Please note that additional forms may be required based on your student's specific needs.


2017-2018 Información Anual De Salud; Español

Consentimiento para la administración de medicamentos; Español

Welcome to the School Nurse page!


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Here are a few reminders from the nurse's office:




January is National Blood Donor Month

Honor blood donors, sponsor blood drives, encourage others to give

January is the perfect time to honor the people who help others through the simple act of giving blood.

Since 1970, January has been known as National Blood Donor Month. It’s a time when blood organizations like the American Red Cross pay tribute to the nearly 11 million people who give blood each year, and encourage others to start the New Year off right by coming to give the gift of life.

“Blood donors bring hope and promise to hospital patients who may need blood for their very life,” said Diane E. Ward, CEO for the Southeastern Michigan Blood Services Region of the American Red Cross. “Donors are people like you who play a vital role in modern health care by helping ensure hospitals have blood for patients.”

January is a challenging time for blood donation because cold and snowy weather and busy post-holiday schedules can make it difficult for blood donors to keep appointments. Regardless of the time of year, hospital patients nationwide need about 44,000 blood donations daily for cancer care, surgeries, and the treatment of serious diseases and trauma.

The Red Cross encourages donors to make and keep appointments, both for convenience and to reinforce the feeling of commitment. Community members can also contribute to the blood supply by organizing or volunteering at a blood drive, or by suggesting blood donation to their family and friends.

“If volunteering in your community is on your list of resolutions, you can meet it by simply giving blood or recruiting others to give, too,” said Ward. “Donating blood is a great way to make a lifetime of difference in just a little more than an hour’s worth of your time.” 

Why Give Blood

Blood donation is a community responsibility. While you're reading this, a local patient needs blood.

  • Blood is needed every two seconds. 
  • About one in seven people entering a hospital needs blood. 
  • Blood is always needed for treatment of accident victims, cancer patients, hemophiliacs and surgery patients. 
  • Blood cannot be manufactured.
  • Only 37 percent of our country's population is eligible to give blood, and less than 10 percent of those who can donate actually do donate annually.

What if everyone eligible to donate became complacent and decided they didn't need to donate because someone else would?

What if there wasn't enough donated blood available when you, a loved one - anyone - needed it?

Our blood supply comes from caring donors like you. It takes about one hour of your time. When you give blood, it gives someone another smile, another hug, another chance. It is the gift of life.

Be a Hero. Give Blood.

Who Can Donate

To ensure the safety of blood donation for both donors and recipients, all volunteer blood donors must be evaluated to determine their eligibility to give blood.

To give blood you must:

  • Be in general good health.
  • Be at least 17 years old. (If you are 16 you can donate with a CBC consent form signed by your parent). There is no upper age limit as long as you have no health restrictions.
  • Be at least 5' 4" tall and weigh at least 110 pounds. If you are under 5' 4" you will need to weigh more than 110 pounds to safely donate.
  • Have a photo ID. (It's helpful to also have your CBC Donor ID card).

Before donating you should:

  • Get a good night's sleep.
  • Eat a nourishing meal.
  • Drink plenty of fluids.

If you have specific questions about blood donation or your eligibility to donate blood, contact us at or call 937-461-3450 (1-800-388-4483) and ask to speak to the nursing supervisor.

How long before you can donate again:

Donation Type


Whole blood donation

56 days (8 weeks)

Platelet donation

7 days (up to 24 times a year)

Plasma donation

28 days (4 weeks)

Double Red Blood Cells donation

112 days (16 weeks)