Nurse: Kim Sinclair
SAFE Act Information for Parents - The Safe Access to Vital Epinephrine (SAVE) Act, recently approved by the South Carolina Legislature, allows school districts to store supplies of epinephrine auto-injectors for identified school staff to use in emergencies for students with allergic reactions.
Health tips to Prevent or Slow the spread of seasonal influenza
- Check your child for flu symptoms. Keep your child home if he/she has a fever of 100 degrees or higher. Children with flu will need to stay home until the fever is gone for 24 hours without taking medicines to reduce fever. The usual time is 3-5 days.
- Symptoms of flu can range from fever, to runny noses, body aches, headaches, feeling tired or a combination of symptoms.
- Practice frequent hand washing and covering your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze at home.
- If symptoms present as nausea and vomiting your child should remain home for at least 24 hours after the last episode of vomiting.
We will no longer accept doctors notes through fax or email. All doctors notes must be brought by the student within 3 days and given to attendance.