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Last day of School
Thurs., June 22nd
Single Session Day
Welcome to the North Haledon School District's Health Section of our website. You will find all the information & forms needed for your child’s health and safety requirements from the state and district.
High Mountain School
Lori Romeo, RN, CSN
Below you will find useful and important health forms.
Click on each link to view each form.
Lice are an annoying reality that unfortunately we face in our schools. Although lice are not life threatening, it can be disruptive to your every day way of life. North Haledon District Policy: students must be nit free upon returning to school. Students will be re-examined by school nurse before returning to class. Below you will find website resources to refer to if your child contracts pediculosis more commonly known as head lice.
Check out these links within the HeadLice.org website.
Frequently Asked Questions
Images & Biology of Head Lice
When is a Nit not a Nit?
Physical Exams: The North Haledon Board of Education requires a physical exam for all new students entering the North Haledon School system in kindergarten and Grade 5. Please click on the link for the Health Examination Form.
The North Haledon Board of Education requires that all students adhere to the immunization requirements put forth in N.J.A.C. 8:57-4: IMMUNIZATION OF PUPILS IN SCHOOL.
Please click the link below for immunization chart listing.
PARENTS, PLEASE TAKE NOTE
MEDICATION SENT TO SCHOOL IN A BAGGIE, ENVELOPE OR TISSUE WILL NOT BE ADMINISTERED
Students with asthma may carry their inhalers with them only with physician authorization. Your physician may write on a prescription or office letterhead that your child is responsible, has been instructed in the proper use of the inhaler and may carry his/her inhaler with him/her at all times. This note/letter must be on file in the health office.
Students with severe food and insect sting allergies, who have Epi-Pens prescribed by their physicians, may require the assistance, in the absence of the school nurse to administer their epi-pen. Each school has several specially trained and certified staff members who may be assigned to assist such students.
Parents must contact the school nurse to discuss their child’s condition, and request a designee for the epi-pen. Documentation must be completed by the parent and the child’s physician.