7:30 am – 3:30 pm Monday through Friday
The health and safety of our students is of paramount importance to us. Our nurses office supports the health and safety of our students in a variety of ways. This page provides information about our nurses office as well as contact information if you have additional questions for nurse Tammy.
Going home for illness or injury
If a student becomes ill during the school day and needs/wants to go home, they must checkout through the nurse’s office. Contact will be made with a parent/guardian or another adult designated by parent before the student is excused for the day. If your student contacts you from their cell phone and wants to go home, please remind them to go to the nurse’s office.
Medications at school
Rock Bridge High School students ARE NOT allowed to carry medications considered to be in the “schedule II” category of controlled substances (examples: Adderall, Dextrostat, Ritalin, Ritalin SR, etc.) These medications must be stored and administered through the nurse’s office.
Students ARE allowed to carry all other prescriptions and over the counter medications. All self-administered medication must be in a properly labeled pharmaceutical bottle containing only the amount needed for the school day.
If a student will be carrying an inhaler or an epi-pen during the school day, a Medication Self-Administration form must be completed and signed by the parent and healthcare provider.
Attention Parents and Seniors: Many post secondary schools require students to have a meningitis vaccine, something that is not required at the high school level. The Menactra vaccine for meningitis is available to students ages 11-18 at the Columbia/Boone County Health Department for only $15. Walk-ins are welcome Monday thru Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Call 874-7355 for more information.
LATEX ALERT: Due to an increase in students with latex allergies in our building, please do not send latex balloons or any other latex product to Rock Bridge for any reason.
Important things you need to know
Health Summary Update
JR. HIGH/HIGH SCHOOL NON-INJECTABLE MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION RECORD
Allergy emergency action plan
Self administration Epinephrine
Asthma history for RBHS
Asthma medication self-administration form
School Asthma Action Plan
Diabetes emergency action plan
Diabetes health update
Epinephrine administration record
Questionnaire for parent or student with seizures
Seizure action plan