Nurse's Office Staff
Stacy Sarnell, R.N.
Jennifer Jenness - Nursing Assistant
Nurse's Office Telephone816-736-5507
Each year, every returning LPS student must have a Health Update Form completed by their parents. This form also gives consent for the nurse to administer Tylenol. If your child will be taking medication other than Tylenol at school, please also complete a Medication Permission Form. If your child has a medical diagnosis of Asthma, Diabetes, Seizures, or a Severe Food Allergy please complete an Action Plan and obtain a physician signature.
AN APPLE A DAY MAY NOT KEEP THE DOCTOR AWAY
Every year the Health Office experiences an increase in visits during the cold and flu season. The Center for Disease Control recommends anyone over the age of 6 months should get a Flu Vaccine. The Flu spreads mainly from person to persons through coughs and sneezes or by touching an infected object. GOOD Hand washing is a great way to reduce the risk of the Flu. The average number of days a person misses school or work due to the flu is 3.5 days!
EYE SPY AN EAGLE
Has your student complained of frequent headaches or trouble viewing his or her computer? Has it been awhile since your Eagle has had a Vision exam? The Liberty North Health Office would be happy to do a vision screening on any student. The Liberty North Health Office partners with the Lions Club to assist those who may have a financial need. If your student fails an eye exam in the health office, you will receive a referral. The Lions Club will cover the cost of a Physician’s exam, along with a pair of glasses. Please contact the Health Office with any questions.
Miles of Smiles dental clinic will be at Liberty North High School starting February 6th, 2019. The dental clinic provides free dental care and treatment to qualifying students.
The requirements are established to serve many, so please click on the following link to sign up online.
If you have any problems with the sign up or questions about the clinic, please call 816-413-9009.