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kimberly.stoner
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[email protected]931-503-1788
I am so excited to start another year here at WCHS. I have been a nurse since 1994 and a school nurse since 2001. I am a Clarksville transplant as a former Army wife. My husband served in the Navy and Army and we decided to make Clarksville our home. I have two grown "boys" who graduated from CMCSS schools (2013/2017). As a school nurse, it is my role to make sure your child has a healthy environment to learn and reach their potential. I am a firm believer in students must be present to learn and encourage you to read the policy and guidelines for dismissal from school. Please feel free to contact me with any concerns for your child's health and wellbeing.
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*Guidelines for clinic referrals:

           https://portal.cmcss.net/iso.aspx?doc=HEA-G015.pdf

*Medication Authorization: (Meds cannot be given without this form).  Parents must bring ALL meds to school and sign them in.

          https://portal.cmcss.net/iso.aspx?doc=HEA-F062.pdf

*CDC Information for Covid-19

          https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Please turn in your child's immunization certificate to the school nurse within 30 days of enrollment.

**If your child has been vaccinated for COVID-19, please turn in a copy of the card to the school nurse.**

 

Return to School Flowsheet and Prescreening symptoms for Covid related illness:

https://portal.cmcss.net/iso.aspx?doc=SAF-W001.pdf

https://portal.cmcss.net/iso.aspx?doc=SAF-W001_SP.pdf  (Spanish version)

 

 

 

Policy for dismissals (Pre/Post-Covid):

  • Fever of 100.0 F or higher
  • Sore throat with fever
  • Vomiting or diarrhea (if accompanied by signs of illness)
  • Reddened eye(s) with drainage
  • Open or draining skin lesions
  • Nasal drainage that is greenish
  • Body rash with fever
  • Persistent cough with fever or nasal drainage
  • Head lice
  • Scabies