Welcome to Horace Mann’s Nurse homepage!
Please contact me for any questions or concerns you may have concerning your child’s health. Your child’s well-being and good health is of the utmost importance to me. 😊 Please be sure to provide a nutritious breakfast to prepare your child to learn! I would appreciate being notified of any significant illness, injury (cast or brace) that may impact your child’s school day. Students may not carry medication during school or on the school bus. This includes throat lozenges. All medications require a medication form signed by both parent and Physician and must be brought to the health office by an adult. This also includes over the counter medications. Please refer to the Tylenol/Motrin permission form on my webpage if you would like to provide permission for this during school.
Provide at least two emergency contacts in the event that your child needs to be sent home due to illness or injury. Please do not send your child to school if they are not feeling well! Children that are ill will not be able to learn effectively!
As of this time, the CDC has not yet provided new guidelines for school re-entry. I will share this information as soon as it becomes available . I look forward to being an important part of your child’s school day, and sharing in their growth!
Ms. Stacey Hollander RN
(856) 428-1144 Ext. 2
ADMINISTRATION OF EPINEPHRINE
If your child has a life threatening allergy and may require the administration of Epinephrine and/or Benadryl while at school, the following forms (all 5 tabs) are required.
Medication will not be accepted in the nurse’s office without the proper completion of the below forms. All medication must be in the original containers. Epipens should not be expired and must have a prescription label which matches the doctor's order.
Cherry Hill Public Schools- Management of Life-Threatening Allergies in School Policy