Our mission is to foster the growth, development and educational achievement of all students by promoting health and wellness, in a safe and supportive environment.
I Need to Stay Home If...
- Assessment of acute illnesses
- Monitor and report health conditions
- Emergency care of on-site student and employee injuries
- AED coordinator for the district
- Protective service referrals
- Classroom teaching
- CPR and first aid training for staff
- Organization of employee wellness and fitness program
- Vision and hearing screening coordination with the Kent County Health Department
- Implementation of OSHA guidelines
- Appraise the school environment to ensure healthful conditions
- Manage medication administration in schools
- Prepare individual services to students with critical medical needs
- Coordinate communication of health care needs of a student to school personnel
Medication Consent Form
Asthma Emergency Action Plan
Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Emergency Action Plan
Health History Form
MI Required Vaccines for School
MHSAA Sport Health Appraisal
Seizure Action Plan
MI Head Lice Manual
AAP When to Keep Your Child Home
MI Concussion Return to Play
Concussion Information Sheet
HIPPA Authorization for Health Information
Immunization Consent Form
- A new Medication Administration Consent form must be completed at the beginning of each school year for each medication, and each time there is a change in dosage or time of administration.
- Both parent/guardian and physician signatures are required for all medications.
- ONLY Lowell High School students are allowed to self-carry over-the-counter medications with a completed Medication Consent Form on file in the office.
- For all other students, ONLY emergency medications may be self-carried.
- Prescription medication must be in a labeled container as prepared by a pharmacy and include the following information:· Name of student
- Name of medication
- Dosage of medication to be given
- Frequency of administration
- Route of administration
- Name of physician ordering medication
- Date of prescription
- Expiration date
- Non-prescription medication must be in the original container with the label intact.
- Medication must be brought to school by a parent/guardian or responsible adult.
- The amount of medication received, if a prescription, must be counted by designated school staff along with the adult/guardian and documented at the time the medication is delivered.
- Expired medication will not be accepted.