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Ashleigh Thiergood RN
Roth Clinic Nurse
Fax 832-484-7882 

***Klein ISD Immunization Requirements***

All students are required to be current with their immunizations in order to attend class. Click on the link below to view requirements. Image result for injection clipart

DIARRHEA and VOMITING make children very uncomfortable. If your child has repeated episodes of diarrhea and vomiting, accompanied by fever of 100 or above, a rash or general weakness, consult a doctor and keep your child out of school until the illness passes. However, a single episode of diarrhea or vomiting, unaccompanied by any other symptoms, may not be reason enough for the child to miss school. Please be sure we know how to reach you, if needed. A child will be sent home if 2 episodes of diarrhea or vomiting have occurred in a 24hr period.


FEVER A student must stay home if his/her temperature is 100 or higher. The student may return to school when free of fever (without a fever reducing medication like Tylenol or Motrin/Advil) for at least 24hours.

Klein ISD Medication Policy:

Asthma Care:


Allergy and Anaphylaxis Care:

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Seizure Care:

School Health Screenings: Image result for vision chart 

Klein ISD Health Services Website:

Birthday Party Snacks:

Consider a toy from the dollar store instead of a birthday food treat. Your classmates will remember you and the toy a lot longer than it takes to eat a birthday treat and the cost can be the same or even less. All can participate and not worry about allergies:)






??on Schedule for Children and Adolescents from 0 - 18 years














Klein ISD food service link for allergens in foods served at school
Klein ISD food service link for allergens in foods served at school