Mr. Thad Shearin
Monday - Thursday 7:30 AM-3:45 PM and Fridays until 3:30 PM.
- Please be sure to keep us updated on any changes to your child/children’s emergency contact number through the Renweb.
- Students will be re-admitted to class 72 hours fever-free without fever-reducing medication.
- Report all communicable diseases, including strep throat, chickenpox, pink eye, skin disease, etc.
- Students should remain at home when they exhibit signs and symptoms of flu.
- Immunizations should be completed & updated in accordance with the Texas Department of State Health Services to prevent communicable diseases. The law requires students to be fully vaccinated. The only exemption to the requirement is a medical exemption signed by a licensed physician authorized to practice in the State of Texas.
- We are no longer using the nebulizer in school. If your child has an asthma flare-up, please keep them at home.
- Medication of any kind can be administered only when brought to the school in the pharmacy’s container, labeled with the student’s name, date, prescription number, prescribed dosage, and physician’s name.
- Medication must be delivered and picked up by the parents.
- Medication forms can be picked up from the nurses’ office. This form must be signed by the doctor & parent/s and returned to the office before medication can be administered.
- No child should carry medicine to and from school or in the classroom.
- It is the responsibility of the parents to inform the school of any change in the administration of medication.
Please encourage your child to hand wash both at home and at school. Hand sanitizers are available in the cafeteria and bathrooms for students to use before and after lunch.