Yvonne Lytle Health AssistantPhone: 480-883-4902 Fax: 480-224-9453MEDICATIONSAll medications, including homeopathic items, cough drops, eye drops, and creams, must be brought in by the parents directly to the Health Office in their original containers. No medication in envelopes, foil, or baggies will be administered.A Parent or Guardian must sign parental permission on the Medication Consent Form, count medications, sign and initial form as well as checking the expiration date in Health Office with staff upon parental delivery. Medications will not be sent home with a student.All medications need to be in their original containers with all warning and directions intact.Any prescription medication will need to be labeled by the pharmacy and have a doctor's signed order. If your child is on any routine medications, all paperwork and labeled medications need to be dropped off by a parent to the Health Office.Your child will be allowed to carry their own asthma inhaler for the school year if we have parental signed consent, by marking "yes" (3rd question) on page 2 of the ER card when completed the beginning of each school year.If you have any questions please contact the CTA Liberty Health Office at 480-883-4902.Thank youResource for the Anaphylaxis and Allergy Information - Arizona Food Allergy Alliance
We are pleased to announce the development of the Health Services website located on the district webpage. To access our site please go to Health Services website link . You can also access our page by going to the district's homepage, click on departments, and select Health Services.
Immunizations(New School Year)Attention parents of current 5th grade students: Please bring your child's updated immunization record to our CTA Liberty Health Office as soon as your child receives their 11 year immunizations; Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Acellular Pertussis) and MCV4 (Meningococcal).Attention parents of current 6th grade students: During their 6th grade school year, State Law requires each student to receive the Tdap and MCV4 immunizations within 10 day after their 11th Birthday. If you choose not to have your child vaccinated, please complete an Exemption form in our Health Office to satisfy State Requirements.Attention Parents of Kindergarten and New Students to Arizona Schools: Varicella (Chickenpox) Vaccine Requirement effective 2015/2016: Arizona Department of Health now requires all new to AZ school students to present proof of Varicella immunization, titer test, or a valid exemption form.
ATTENTION All Parents:ALL students must be current on all vaccines and immunizations by July 18, 2016. Arizona state law & CUSD requires that all student be compliant, or they will not be allowed back in school on July 25, 2016. If your child received immunization over the summer, please provide our health assistant with this information prior to July 18, 2016. You can find 2016-2017 Az School Immunization information on required vaccines per age at Arizona Department of Health Services Link . Please note that all 6th grade students need a tdap & Meningococcal vaccine. You can contact your child's doctor for this information as well. If you would like our school nurse to administer any needed vaccines, please stop the health office to fill out the proper form prior the deadline.We thank you for your cooperation, and remember your child's health and safety is our priority.
Every year, a number of students become ill for many reasons, including exposure to other ill children in the classroom. To help you make decisions about whether or not to send your child to school, we have put together a list of indicators to help you to decide.
A child should not be in school and will be sent home if the following condition(s) are present:
1. Fever over 100 degrees. A child should be fever-free for 24 hours (without medication) before returning to school.
2. Persistent cough.
3. Sore throat with fever and/or white spots on the throat.
4. Rash with fever illness, such as chicken pox, measles, etc.
5. Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea. A child should be free from symptoms for 24 hours before returning to school.
6. Red, itchy, and draining eyes – if conjunctivitis or “pink eye” is diagnosed, the child must be on medication for 24 hours before returning to school.
7. Prolonged headache and stomachache.
8. Swelling or pain at a level that may interfere with learning.
11. Head lice – a child must remain at home until treated with medicated lice shampoo and all the nits are removed. Please notify the health office.
Please note that when your child has been sent home from school and will be out additional days, the attendance will need to be contacted with an excused absent for each day by the parent. Please keep this sheet in a convenient place for future reference. Feel free to contact the school health office with any questions. Thank you.
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