Flu Immunization Clinic
There will be a flu clinic available for the student body in
December- more information to come at a later date.
with PEEHIP insurance and employees:
The Flu Clinic date is November 18, 2015.
Deadline for students turning inf a form is November 11, 2015. Please return this form to the nurse in the
healthroom (Click Here). The form must be filled out completely in
order for the immunization to be received.
For employees and their dependents (18 years of age and older)
who are covered under the PEEHIP or SEIB Insurance, a Wellness
Screening will also be available on November 18, 2015. Please call
the GHS Health Room at 379-3600 to sign up. You must show proof of
insurance at the time of your screening.
Please click here for more information about the Health Wellness
- If your child requires any medication at school a
parent/guardian has to bring it to the school. The school is not
allowed to "stock" medications. A student cannot
transport medication of any kind. (See
handbook-Class III offense). The parent -prescriber
authorization form is available from your school nurse, the
GHS web site, your doctor, or online at www.jefcoed.com/department/athletics
. (Click documents then click school nurse)
If your child needs an OVER THE COUNTER MEDICATION
(OTC) at school, a "Medication Authorization Form"
must be completed and signed by the parent. OTC medicines can only
be taken for a 2 week period unless a "Medication Authorization
Form" is signed by a doctor. OTC meds must be in the original
package. Do not bring medication in Ziploc bags, envelopes,
- If your child takes a PRESCRIPTION
at school a "Medication Authorization Form" must be completed and
signed by their doctor and parent/guardian. Medication must be
properly labeled by the dispensing pharmacy. Label must include
child's name, correct medication, and correct dosage. This includes
- If your child requires a restricted/special diet because of
FOOD ALLERGIES, a physician must fill out a diet prescription form
EACH SCHOOL YEAR. This form is available at
- If your child has a fever (temperature of 100 or above) he/she
should remain home until FEVER FREE for 24 HOURS.
- If your child has vomiting or diarrhea he/she should be SYMPTOM
FREE FOR 12 HOURS before returning to school.
School Nurse & Medical Information
Allergic w/ EpiPen
Allergic w/o EpiPen