Nurse Denise

                           Salisbury Elementary                                       
 6 Whittemore Road   
Salisbury, NH 03268
 Phone: (603)648-2206
 Fax: (603)648-2529
dbailey@mvsdpride.org

Health Office Hours 
 Monday – Friday
8:45AM – 3:30      Please feel free to call or stop by the health office with any questions or concerns   
 
                                                                                                                         
        Our  School Pledge  

                     Principled--We Do What is Right!
Respect--We Honor!
                              Inquirer--We are Curious!                     
                       Determination--We Never Give Up
            Excellence--In Everything!  

         We are Salisbury PRIDE !

The snow is starting to fall !! 
Please be sure your student has proper winter wear
so they can go outside have fun and stay warm.
They will need a winter hat, mittens/gloves, 
ski pants, and boots.
    


Please click the link below  to access the November 2017 Thanksgiving edition of the SAFETY EDUCATOR

As the holidays approach it is important that we remember to keep our family and homes safe.

 Please take a moment to read over the information, visit the links and discuss the age appropriate information with your family.

 We encourage you to share this newsletter via email, through your website and/or social media. This edition contains information on:

•         Carbon Monoxide Awareness

•         Kitchen Cooking Safety

•         Turkey Fryer Safety

•         Close Before You Doze

 

May this information assist everyone in having a SAFER Thanksgiving gathering!

      
       

Salisbury Elementary 

Nurse Denise 
 Yoga club for grades 3-5 has been so much fun.
Please ask your student to show you some of the Yoga poses they have learned.

 

Yoga helps Students to develop a sense of well-being, which increases their capacity 

of mental concentration. They will develop proper breathing habits

 and find harmony between the mind and the body.

 Yoga can be adapted for all children !


              


Thank you to all of the 
students, families and staff who were able to join us 
on our walk to school. 
We may be a small community but we always a great show
 of support for our students !

  











Salisbury Elementary's
Free Flu Clinic for students on October 24th
was a great success. 
Thank  you to all the families that took advantage of this opportunity 
to help keep your child from getting the flu.


All the students here at Salisbury Elementary
have had health screenings
completed. 






                          
Please click on links below for more information

Lice stages of development
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Tickborne Illness's are on the rise in 
N.H
 









The link below provides information on required immunizations for N.H students.


Immunization Requirements for NH Students 2016 & 2017 School Year

If your student can not be immunized for medical or religious reasons please contact your school nurse.














School medical forms 
   Please clink on link below to download forms

                        
When Should I keep My Student Home from School?



Signs that your student is too sick to come to school:
  • Vomiting 
  • Diarrhea 
  • Chronic cough
  • Fever of 100* or higher
  • Too tired to stayed focused
If your child has been sick they may not return to school until they have had no fever for at least 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication such as Tylenol or Motrin.
  

A Few Things To Keep In Mind:

We ask parents to call the school each time your child will be out sick. If you call after school 
hours  you can leave a message on the school's answering machine. Please tell us what symptoms your child has. 

Before a Prescription Medication can be given at school the following three requirements must be met before the nurse can give the medication to your child:
1. A signed doctor's order
2. Parental permission                                
3. Medication must be in the original container

* All medications need to be brought to school in their original container by an adult *

Poison Control Number - 1-800-222-1222




Free and Re
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d Lu
nch programs 

Can be applied for at any time during the school year. If your child receives free lunch they also get a free breakfast as well. The forms are available in your child's school Nurses office and the main office. 

Please feel free to call, email or stop by the school to request a form. The forms can also be mailed to your home.

The lunch  menu is published weekly in the local newspaper and a copy is sent home at the beginning of each month.  




  
Community Health 

Resources

The Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association offers a free walk-in clinic staffed by a Nurse Practitioner. This free clinic is for individuals and families who do not have access to health care or do not have medical insurance.

First Monday of the Month, 1 - 3 p.m.
Third Tuesday of the Month, 2:30 - 4:30 p.m.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church Outreach Center
21 Centre Street, Concord 
 For more information, call Concord Regional VNA at (603) 224-4093 or (800) 924-8620, ext. 5815.



          8 Loudon Road, ConcordNH 03301          
                                       9am-9pm 7 days a week                             Phone: 603-226-9000  Fax: 603-226-2268                                * School/sports physicals $20     * School Immunizations $14 each
* Flu shot free for students      *Concussion baseline tests are available for $10        


                   

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Denise Bailey,
Aug 28, 2015, 12:57 PM
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