Health room Phone (864) 355-8207
7:45am TO 3:15pm
I am Nicole Mulkey and I am very excited to join the Sevier Middle School team. I have been a coach with Greenville county schools since 2012. I come from a management position in urgent care as well as post operative procedures. My husband and I both grew up in Greenville but we yell "Roll Tide!" on the weekends, as both of our families are from Alabama! I look forward to getting to know all of my students and their family members!
***** the addition of 8th grade to the requirements for four (4) doses
of diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis *****
DHEC encourages preteen / adolescent and catch up vaccines, Tdap, MCV4, HPV and 2nd dose of Varicella
REQUIRED CHANGES AS OF 2013: * 1 dose of Tdap vaccine administered on or after 7th birthday will be required for all 7th graders.
DUE TO CHANGES IN SOUTH CAROLINA POLICIES GOVERNING THE ADMINISTRATION OF PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION WE WILL NO LONGER HAVE A 10 DAY GRACE PERIOD BEFORE WRITTEN PHYSICIAN AUTHORIZATION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS.
PARENTS ARE REQUIRED TO BRING PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION TO SCHOOL AND PROVIDE FORM MED-1 BEFORE ANY PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION CAN BE LEFT AT THE SCHOOL.
IF YOUR CHILD MUST SELF-ADMINISTER MEDICATION AT SCHOOL FORM MED-2 IS REQUIRED BEFORE MEDICATION IS BROUGHT TO SCHOOL.
A PARENT MAY PROVIDE WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION FOR OVER-THE COUNTER MEDICATION TO BE KEPT AND ADMINISTERED IN THE HEALTH ROOM USING FORM MED-3.
ALL FORMS ARE LOCATED IN THE HEALTH ROOM or you can get them online here.
- All Students must have a SC Certificate of Immunization on file at school.
- If a student moves from out of state, they must obtain a SC Certificate. If immunizations are up to date, the school nurse can issue the certificate. If they are not up to date, then you will need to take out of state records to your doctor or the Health Department for a certificate.
- New out of state and out of county can attend school without a certificate of immunization for 30 days while we try to obtain records, after the 30 days, the child can not return to school without an Immunization Certificate.
- Medication is to be brought to school by a parent or guardian. Students are not allowed to transport medication to and from school.
- Over the counter medication (Tylenol, Ibuprofen, cough drops, Tums, etc.) require written permission from parent or guardian.
- All medication must be in original containers.
- No Aspirin or products that contain aspirin can be given at school
- Medications given longer than 10 days are considered long term and they require written permission from parent and doctor.
- All control medications are to be counted by parent or guardian and the nurse or staff member and signed on the back of the student medication record.
- All inhalers require written permission from parent and doctor.
- Emergency medications (Epi-pen, Glucagon) need written permission from parent and doctor.