EHS Nurses' Office
Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:45 am. to 2:50 p.m.
Fax# for Medical Providers: (802) 879-5503.
Questions or concerns? Contact us anytime via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact our office with any changes in your student's medical status.
EHS nurses are dedicated to providing quality support for all students regarding health and wellness.
This form must be filed annually with the Health Office. Please contact the school nurse if you wish to send in other over the counter medications for your student.
The school nurses may use over the counter medication (e.g. antibiotic cream, anti-itch cream, cough drops) at their discretion. If you have objections to the use of these medications on your child, please notify us.
Optimum health is essential for learning and enhances school success. Licensed school nurses work in conjunction with families, doctors, staff, and community, provide counseling, support, and education for students as they move toward independent living. Daily direct nursing service includes illness and injury assessment and intervention, emergency care, medication administration, and health counseling. The goals of Health Services are to help students develop strategies to manage health issues and enhance personal wellness.
Vision screenings, immunization compliance, and other public health mandates are managed by Health Services. Parents may request additional vision and hearing screenings.
Medical or Mental Health Absences: If a student has five (5) consecutive and/or seven (7) or more cumulative absences due to a reported medical or mental health condition, please notify the health office (802) 879-5517. The school may also require a physician’s note.