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Marion School District Health and Wellness

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MEET
THE NURSES!!



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Leslie Brick, RN-Nurse Coordinator
Marion Intermediate
870-739-5180
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Carmen Davis, LPN
 Marion Middle School 
  870-739-5173
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Kelly Fogleman, RN
Marion Jr. High School
870-739-5140
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Harriet Morrow, RN
Marion High School 
 870-739-5130
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 Janice Wiggins, LPN
Marion Elementary
 870-739-5120
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Denise Letner, LPN
Avondale Elementary
870-735-4588
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Martha Bryan, LPN
Avondale Elementary
870-735-4588






ATTENTION PARENTS!!


The Arkansas State Board of Health and Arkansas Department of Health have revised the rules and regulations
pertaining to the new immunization requirements for the state of Arkansas.

The new rules and regulations will take effect with the 2014-2015 school year.  

Kindergarten & 1st grade - 1 dose of Hepatitis A

All students Kindergarten through 12th grade must have 3 doses of Polio
with the last dose after their 4 year old birthday

All students that are 11 years old (as of September 1st each year)
must have 1 dose of Tdap

All students entering the 7th grade must have 1 dose of Meningococcal and a
second dose at the age of 16 years (as of September 1st each year); however, if
the first dose of Meningococcal is administered at age 16, a second dose is not required.

All students Kindergarten through 12th grade must have 2 doses of Varicella.
(Notes from parents on history of disease are not accepted, must be from a physician, ANP, etc.)


Please consult with your child's physician regarding their immunization status and ensure that they are up to date for the 2014-2015 school year.

 If your child's physician is out of state, please take this letter with you.    Other states' immunization laws differ from the state of Arkansas,

but your child must have these immunizations in order to attend an Arkansas school.

The Crittenden County Health Department will be extending their hours and holding immunization clinics: May 13th, 15th, 20th, 22nd and 27th.

You may call 870-735-4334 for an appointment and times that the clinic will be open. They will take walk-ins; however, you will get quicker service with an appointment.  

These requirements will go into effect September 1, 2014.  

ANY STUDENT WHO IS NOT UP TO DATE BY THIS TIME WILL NOT BE ALLOWED

IN SCHOOL UNTIL THEY HAVE RECEIVED ALL MANDATORY VACCINATIONS

If you have any questions, please direct them to your child's physician or school nurse.  
Thank you for your cooperation and we are very sorry for the inconvenience.

posted 4/16/2014






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Health Care Plans

Health Care Plans were mailed out the week of August 12, 2013.
If you were sent a care plan in the mail concerning your child,
please make sure to have your doctor fill it out, sign it
and return it to school as soon as possible, along with
any medication your child may need during school hours.
 
If you have any questions, please feel
free to call or email your school nurse.

 Thank you for your cooperation!
posted 9/6/13










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