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    Kim Barry, RN
    District Health Coordinator
    Peaster High School
    817-341-5000 ext. 2022
     
     
    PROTOCOLS FOR REPORTED ILLNESS
     
    • Medically confirmed illness:  physician orders must be followed
    • Non-medically confirmed illness:  must be symptom free for 48 consecutive hours WITHOUT the use of medication before returning to school 
     
    FLU VACCINATION CLINIC
     
     Parker County Hospital District will be providing a flu vaccination clinic to Peaster ISD on Thursday, October 1st.  They require masks to be worn by anyone, including those under the age of 10, who will receive a flu vaccine.  There will be no exceptions.  Masks will be available for those that need one.  Consent forms can be found below, as well as at each campus.  
     
     
    Flu season is October - April. Start protecting yourself now by not sharing personal items, such as:  clothing, blankets, food, and drinks.  Be sure to wash your hands and cover all coughs & sneezes.  As a preventive measure, please keep all blankets at home.  Students will not be able to carry them inside the school building.
     
     
     IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING A FINANCIAL HARDSHIP, AND YOUR STUDENT IS IN NEED OF AN EYE EXAM AND GLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WITH YOUR CAMPUS NURSE OR COUNSELOR
     
    IF YOU HAVE ANY PRESCRIPTION EYEGLASSES THAT YOU NO LONGER NEED OR USE, PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING THEM TO THE WEATHERFORD NOON LIONS CLUB.  YOU MAY DO SO BY DROPPING OFF WITH YOUR CAMPUS NURSE.