Information Sharing

Student Snap Health Portal and PowerSchool 

Medication Permissions 
All schools use the Snap Health Portal  for medication permissions and your sign off is required annually. 

Over the counter medications such as Tylenol (acetaminophen), Motrin (ibuprofen), Tums, ect.  are available to students in the health office with parental/guardian consent.

Permission is required annually - You can update this information by either:

Access directly via SNAP Health Parent Portal Log in: Click to log into the SNAP Health Parent Portal

Access from powerschool click on this icon    on the upper right corner of the screen when logged in.  A window will open and click on SNAP Health Portal

Parent/ Guardian Contact Information 
Please ensure that contact information is up to date in both powerschool and in the snap health portal so that we are able to reach you in case of an emergency.  

Please refer to our
Snap Portal FAQs 
Communication with your School Nurse is part of a successful school experience 

When to call the School Nurse:
Please feel free to watch this  informational video on when to notify the nurse.  Parents/guardians are encouraged to call the School Nurse any time they have questions or concerns and specifically for the following reasons:
  • It is helpful for us to know if your child is diagnosed with a contagious illness such as seasonal influenza, gastrointestinal virus, strep throat and head lice. We will be watching closely for clusters of these illnesses and send notification if there are more than several cases in a classroom and report this data to the state at the end of the school year.

  •  There's a new medical diagnosis or change in your child's physical, behavioral, or emotional health status

  • A new allergy
  • A newly prescribed medication or a change in dose of a current medication
  • A serious injury, illness, condition requiring emergency treatment, hospitalization, or surgery
  • A head injury or concussion
  • An injury requiring sutures, casting, splints, or mobility assistance of crutches or wheelchair
  • Contagious conditions such as, chickenpox, flu, strep throat, whooping cough, pneumonia, conjunctivitis, or head lice
  • Your child is absent for >3 days due to physical illness, injury, or mental health condition
  • There's a transitional change in your family or traumatic event that may affect your child (the birth of sibling, death of a family member or friend, family medical or mental health issues, employment, housing, military deployment, marital or relationship status of parent, or situation of abuse or violence)
  • We ask that you contact the school nurse for ANY illnesses or unexpected visits to the doctor’s office.  This applies during school days, weekends, and vacation weeks.   

Participation in Physical Education: When it is necessary to excuse your child from Physical Education due to an illness or injury, written documentation is required from your child's physician. Written documentation is also required to resume participation in Physical Education.
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