The mission of Humble ISD Health Services is to enhance the health and well being
of the students, staff, and community thus supporting the education
of all students through maximizing their educational time.Parents, if your children have any chronic illnesses (asthma, seizures, diabetes, etc.) or life-threatening allergies (food or insect stings), please have your physician complete the required forms over the summer in order to keep medications on campus.All forms must be dated after June 1st and completed EACH school year.
The forms may be brought to the clinic, e-mailed or faxed to 281-641-3317.
Please click the link to the district health forms page: Humble ISD Health Forms
We need your help in maintaining a healthy environment for your children as well as the other children in our school. In an effort to avoid students in the clinic feeling ill first thing in the morning, please use the following guidelines when determining whether or not to send your child to school. Your child is missing valuable class time by being in the clinic if he or she is ill. If you have any questions about whether or not to send your child to school, please call the clinic.
- The Medication Administration form may be printed multiple times. EACH medication must have a separate authorization form. (Example: If you will be leaving Benadryl, Epinephrine and an Inhaler in the clinic, you would need 3 copies of the Medication Authorization form.)
- The "Medical Statement for Child Nutrition" - does NOT need to be completed each year, only if changes are needed.
- The "Procedure for Student to Carry" inhaler / epinephrine forms that are in the respective packets, DO NOT need to be completed, those medications must be kept in the clinic and not carried by the student on the elementary campus.
- *ALL MEDICATIONS MUST BE BROUGHT IN BY AN ADULT - please verify the expiration date is through the end of the 2023 school year.
If your student exhibits any of the following conditions, it is recommended they stay home:
- Coronavirus / COVID-19
- Temperature of 100 ºFahrenheit or higher – measured when no fever suppressing medication has been administered within the past 24 hours.
- Diarrhea in the past 24 hours
- Persistent, hacking cough
- Continually runny nose with white, green, or yellow mucus
- Eyes that appear swollen, red, and weeping
- Strep throat - may return 24 hours after the antibiotic is started and fever has subsided
- Rash of unknown cause anywhere on the body
- Scabies – exclude until treatment has begun
When calling the absence line, please let us know if your child has a fever of 100°F or more, COVID or flu-like symptoms.
It is vital for your child to get plenty of rest and eat a nutritious breakfast in order to function at their best every day.
LICE is a nuisance, but please do not panic. We do NOT do routine lice screening on campus. Teachers observing persistent scratching will send students to be checked. Any student with live lice will be sent home for treatment and the class will be notified.
**Bathroom and playground accidents happen occasionally. Please keep a change of clothes in their backpacks.
We are always in need of donations, such as new underwear; girls' leggings; boys' elastic waist bottoms & feminine products.
Your child's health and well-being is important to us. If your child has ANY medical issues you did not include on the annual update at the start of school please call me as soon as possible.
Michelle Bruton, BSN,RN
Liz Marquez, LVN email@example.com
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