Phone (781) 834-5050
Fax (781) 319-3551
Hours: Mon-Fri 7 AM to 2:00 PM
All student with allergies requiring an epipen must provide the school nurse with an epipen , Emergency care plan and doctor's order if that has not been done already this year.Any 9th or 10th grader whose parent wants to excuse them from screenings must provide a parent note to the school nurse.9th grade = scoliosis, hearing and SBIRT10th grade = height , weight and visionParents must bring medications to school as no student is permitted to carry medication with the exception of epipens, inhalers and diabetic medication.
Does my child have the flu?
The flu is serious! Call your pediatrician at the first sign of flu symptoms, which typically come on suddenly, including:
· High fever
· Head ache, body ache, ear ache
· Nausea, vomiting
· Dry cough
If you’re unsure about the best way to treat your child's cold or flu, ask your school nurse or health care provider.