Health & Safety Information
We want to create a safe, healthy environment for all staff and students at St. Wenceslaus School. Here you will find helpful forms and information, links to other health websites, as needed. Working together, we can do this.
Should I keep my child home from school? One page guideline.
Nurse Para: Mrs. Pauly
Medication Form, Health History, Immunization record, Kindergarten health history
Preschool Immunization Record
Preschool Health Care Summary
Immunizations - K-8
When can a child attend school after a case of diarrhea or vomiting? A child who has had diarrhea or vomiting should stay home for a minimum of 24 hours prior to coming back to school.
When can a child attend school after incurring a fever? Any child with a fever of 99 degrees or higher must be fever free for 24 hours prior to returning to school.
Should I get a flu shot for my child? It is recommended that children get the flu shot if they are at high risk for serious complications of the flu such as: Heart Disease, Asthma, Diabetes, Immune deficiency or Blood disorders.
Pink Eye - Can my child go to school if on medication? A child with pink eye will be sent home if that eye is crusty and itchy. If a child is placed on medication by a doctor, at least one dose must be given to the child prior to coming to school. The medication can be sent to school and administered by the Health Paraprofessional for those times during the day.