Jordan Valley mobile unit is coming to Republic Schools!!!

  • Incoming 8th graders - Vaccine Requirements

     

    All incoming 8th graders will need to have an up-to-date Menactra and Tdap vaccine.  Jordan Valley mobile unit will be on campus:

    When:  4/28/2021

    Time:   8-11am

    Where:  Republic High School.

    Print consent form here, sign, and turn in to middle school nurse prior to April 26th.

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  • Incoming Seniors - Vaccine Requirement

     

    All incoming seniors will need to have an up-to-date Menactra vaccine.  Jordan Valley mobile unit will be on campus:

    When:  4/28/2021, Wednesday

    Time:  8-11am

    Where:  Republic High School.

    Print consent form here, sign, and give to high school nurse prior to April 26th.

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Daily Wellness Checks
  • We work to empower kids to develop lifelong healthy habits by ensuring the environments that surround them provide and promote good health.

  • Health Services

     
     
    Department Overview

    The health services staff is here to partner with you and the school faculty/staff to ensure a healthy and safe environment for your child to learn and grow.   Each school building has a health office that is staffed by a nurse and is accessible to your child during school hours.  

    Our goal is to help keep your child healthy and in school learning.  If your child has a chronic health issue, concern or special needs, we will work with you and your doctor to ensure your child has his/her needs met.  

    Please contact your child's nurse for any concerns at any time during the school year.

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Keep Calm


Tackling Germs and Keeping Your Kids Healthy

  • A few quick reminders to keep your child healthy and in school learning:

    • Wash hands frequently, before/after eating, after using the restroom and after blowing the nose.  If soap and water are unavailable, use hand sanitizer.
    • Cover all coughs and sneezes.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.  Germs spread this way. 
    • Keep your child home if he or she is ill.
    • Fever is considered equal to or greater than 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
    • Stay up to date on all immunizations. 
    • Eat nutritious meals, drink plenty of water and get plenty of rest to build strong immune systems. 
    • Get lots of exercise, sunshine and exercise.

     

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