Kids can help keep themselves healthy by simply washing their hands before meals and after restroom breaks.
A great habit to develop is having children wash their hands as soon as they get home from school before eating their afternoon snack.
A child with fever of 100.4 or higher will be sent home and must be fever free for 24 hours before they are permitted to return to class.
The Klein ISD medication policy states that nonprescription medications needed for longer than 2 weeks must have a written request from a physician.
Over the counter medications must be the appropriate dose for the age of the child.
Medications of any kind will not be given without a request in writing from the parent.
Forms are available in the clinic.
Prescription medications should be accompanied by a written statement from a physician or dentist licensed to practice in the United States.
Prescription medications must be in the original container.
Medications will remain in the clinic.
Please refer to the Student Handbook, page 25, for detailed information.
Immunizations are very important. Please keep all your children up to date on their shots.
Always feel free to call the clinic with your questions:
Texas Department of Health
Texas Department of Health Immunization Division