Parent Technical Support Email:
Hours: 7:45 am –3:00 pm
School Health Room Aide (SHRA): Charlene Rodriguez Charlene_Rodriguez@mcpsmd.org
Nurse: Alexandra Rosen Alexandra_Rosen@mcpsmd.org
The Department of Health and Human Services, School Health Services in partnership with MCPS provides services to assure health, safety, and well-being of students at Kingsview Middle School.
The Health Room Staff is available to provide care to the students during the school day. Some of these services include assessing the health needs of the students, providing first aid and emergency care to sick or injured students, administering medications and treatments to students who have doctors’ orders, providing crisis intervention, health counseling, nurse case-management and referrals. We also assist families of eligible uninsured students to enroll in the Maryland Children’s Health Plan (MCHP) and Care for Kids Programs. If we can be of assistance, please contact us.
WHEN TO KEEP YOUR CHILD FROM SCHOOL
When your child is sick, keep him/her home from school. This not only benefits your child, but other children and staff in the classroom at school.
Important signs of illness:
Some important signs of illness are:
1. A temperature of more than 100° orally
2. Nausea or vomiting
5. Pale or flushed face
7. Persistent cough
9. Thick yellowish discharge from nose
10. Sore throat
11. Rash or infection of the skin
12. Red or pink eyes
13. Loss of energy or decrease in activity
Medications at School:
Medicine cannot be given to a student unless authorized by the physician on the MCPS Form 525-13, Authorization for Administer Prescribed Medication. This includes both prescription and over the counter medications. Over the counter medications must be in the original, unopened bottle/box. Prescription medications must be in a container properly labeled by a pharmacist.
Authorization to Administer Prescribed Medication
Emergency Care for Anaphylaxis Form
Health Inventory Form