MAYSVILLE LOCAL SCHOOLS    

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 A few friendly reminders:

Medications:
As a convenience to parents, a supply of acetaminophen and ibuprofen are kept in the clinic for administration to students as needed.  If you would like the school nurse or other trained and authorized staff member to administer these medications to your student, you need only to sign the appropriate form and return it to the school clinic.  If your student requires any other over the counter medication, or if your student requires a dose other than what is provided by the clinic, a new form must be completed and a new, unopened bottle of the medication must be supplied to the clinic by a parent.  

If your student must take prescription medication while at school, an authorization must be completed by both the parent, and the prescribing medical provider. All medications must be brought to school by parents in the original container with the original pharmacy label.   

******STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO TRANSPORT MEDICATIONS OF ANY KIND TO THE SCHOOL!****** 

Forms can be found in the school clinics and on the website.


Tdap and Meningitis immunizations:
All students entering the 7th grade are required to have Tdap and meningitis immunizations and 12th graders are required to have a booster of the meningitis vaccine.  
Students entering kindergarten must also have all immunization records up to date by the first day of school in August.
Please send the official immunization record to the nurse by the first day of school.

For any questions, please call:
Mandy Sherrill, BSN, RN, LSN, CTTS. 

(740) 454-4490 (Maysville Elementary)
or

(740) 454-7999 (Maysville 6-12) 

 My name is Mandy Sherrill and I am happy to be the School Nurse for Maysville Local Schools.  I received my Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and School Nurse Licensure from Ohio University and I am a Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist. I have been a nurse since 2006 and have experience in public health, home healthcare, and geriatrics.  I also have spent time working in a hospital laboratory, on a labor and delivery unit, and in an outpatient surgery center. I am contracted through the Muskingum Valley Health Centers school linked program and can help your student obtain medical, dental, and mental health services if needed.


My job as school nurse is to address the physical, mental, emotional, and social health needs of students and support them in the learning process.  I appreciate your help in keeping me up to date on the health needs of your child and notifying the office staff of any changes in your emergency contact information as soon as possible.  

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have.
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