What Do We Do?
At our school health office we want to ensure that all students are healthy and ready to learn.
Our services contribute to the goals of student education. We provide health care for acute, chronic, episodic and emergency health situations.
Services range from providing vision and hearing screenings and referrals for medical conditions, administering prescribed medications, emergency medications, specialized procedure treatments and first aid.
The Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person.
Please visit the Oceanside Unified School District Safely Reopening OUSD for updated information.
How to Stay Healthy
Please check out these short videos and information sheets for more information on how to protect yourself from COVID-19.
Keep Student at home if:
- Fever in the last 24 hours
- Vomiting in the last 24 hours
- Diarrhea in the last 24 hours
- Signs of illness that interfere with learning, sleep, activity, or play
- Cold symptoms such as frequent coughing and/or nasal discharge that do not respond to medication
See Health Practitioner and Keep Home if:
- Complaints of ear pain or drainage from ears
- Nasal discharge which persists over 14 days duration
- Persistent sore throat with fever or rash
- Undiagnosed skin rash or sores with redness, swelling, or fluid
- Redness of the eye with discharge or swelling
- Asthma not responding to medication, peak flow 50% or less, or treatment required more than every 4 hours
Send Student to school if:
- Fever free for 24 hours without fever medication
- No vomiting in the last 24 hours
- No diarrhea in the last 24 hours
- Minor cold symptoms
- Asthma responsive to medication
- With a doctor's clearance following hospitalization, orthopedic injury, or communicable disease
Orthopedic Protocol - All ace wraps, braces, splints, casts, and crutches must have a note from the medical provider or the school site certified athletic trainer. Students with casts and crutches will not be allowed to actively participate in playground/PE activities because of the potential danger to the student and others. High school athletes will follow the direction of the certified athletic trainer for physical activities.
Disclosure of Health Information
When a student has a health condition that requires the School Nurse to understand their current medical condition and/or follow up with physicians orders, she/he will request a parent to authorize the disclosure of health records from the medical provider. These records will be kept confidential and will be used for educational planning and any health care provided at school. Parents fill in the form, sign and return to the School Nurse office.
Student’s requiring medication at school must have the completed medication form (linked below) on file.
This form must be completed and signed by a California Licensed Physician. Parent signature is required on the back page.
This form is needed for ALL medication, prescription, non-prescription, creams, lotions, and cough drops.
You can download the form by clicking on Medication Taken by Student at School
Seizure Action Plan
If your student has seizures, please take this form (linked below) to their Neurologist and return it back to the school health office, with any medication ordered for school. This form must be completed and signed by a California Licensed Physician. Parent signature is required on the bottom of the page.
If your student has an insect allergy, please have your Physician complete and sign the form linked below. Please provide the health office with any medication your Physician requires the student to have at school.
If your student has a food allergy, please have your Physician complete and sign the form linked below. Please provide the health office with any medication your Physician requires the student to have at school.
If your student has a strain, sprain or fracture and will require any orthopedic device to be used at school, please see the OUSD Orthopedic Protocol:
Students are not allowed on campus with crutches, splints, wraps, slings, or casts unless they provide a California Licensed Physicians’ note. Please see the link below to the form that your Physician can complete and provide to the Health Office.
Rose Pine, Health Technician