If you have to make a decision “Do I send my child to school today?” Please use the guidelines provided by the Oceanside Unified School District to help make that decision. In summary it reads:
1. No fever for 24 hours without the assistance of medication.
2. No vomiting for 24 hours.
3. No diarrhea for 24 hours.
For more detailed information, please pick up a copy of the Form #9-681 “Health and Safety Guidelines” from the Health Office at School.
Our desire is to ensure that our students are provided with the care and resources that they need to function well at school.
Medication at School
Medication PermissionForm HS-22must be filled out b y doctor and parent before "Over the Counter" or "Prescription" medication can be dispensed.
Provisions will be made for students who take medication at school to stay on their medication regimen while on a field trip.
In accordance with Board Policy 5142 all ace bandages, braces, splints, casts and crutches must have a note from a medical provider to return to school. Students with casts and crutches will not be allowed to actively participate in PE activities because of potential danger to the student and others. Doctor note MUST state:
Date student may return to school
With: brace, crutches, cast, splint or ace bandage
Extra Time at passing period
Students will NOT be allowed to return to school until the Health Office has received this note.
If your student has medication here at school, please make arrangements to pick up his/her medication before the last day of school. All medications left after school is out will be DISPOSED. If you have any questions please call the Health Office.
Isabel Mendoza Health Technician (760) 901-8021 firstname.lastname@example.org