The Mauldin Middle School Health Room is open every school day from 8:00 AM - 3:15 PM.
All medication must be delivered to the School Nurse or other designated school employee by the student’s parent, legal guardian, or a previously designated adult. It is against School District Policy for a student to carry any medication on their person without physician, parent, and school district permission to self-administer and self-monitor (SC Law S144). All medication will be maintained in the Health Room. Violations of the medication policy are dealt with sternly. Medication needed on field trips is also covered by this policy and must be given to and administered by an employee of Greenville County Schools designated by the Principal. There are separate permission forms for medications on field trips.
If your child comes to the Health Room and needs to go home, we must contact a parent or legal guardian. We cannot send a student home with anyone until a parent has been notified. This is why it is so very important that we have current information about how to contact you at all times. If your child has an emergency situation or needs immediate care that cannot be provided at school, those contacts you list on the Health Card will be called if we cannot reach a parent first. Please understand that this is for your child's protection.
On the first day of school, your child is given an Emergency Information Form to be completed by a parent. This is very important. Please print all information clearly. This will be the only way we have to reach you in case of an emergency at school. If at anytime ANY of this information should change please notify your school nurse immediately.
A child will not be allowed to attend any school or child development program without a valid SC Certificate of Immunization or a medical, religious, or special exemption.
If your child does not have a valid certificate, take his/her shot records to your physician or the Greenville County Health Department (864-282-4100). A parent or adult authorized by the parent must accompany a student under 16 who requires shots. For further information, call Medical Health Services at 864-355-3171.
All 7th through 12th graders will be required to have a Tdap vaccine. Tdap is a combination vaccine that protects against three potentially life-threatening bacterial diseases: tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough). Follow DHEC guidelines for appropriate Tdap administration. You must provide the nurse with a valid immunization record showing the Tdap vaccination prior to starting 7th grade. Students will not receive their schedules without this requirement. Parents do not have to wait until 7th grade. Children as young as seven years old may be vaccinated.
A new Hepatitis A vaccine requirement for school will begin for 5K with the 2020-2021 school year.
Jessica Payne, RN: 864-355-6777
Amanda Richards, RN: 864-355-6875
In addition to the information provided below, the Greenville County School System provides additional information at GCSD Health Services.