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Nurse
Instructor: Mrs. Mead   



Welcome to the Salem Drive Health Office!

Rosanna Mead, RN, BSN, CSN, ONC
​Corinne Didow, Secretarial Assistant

Hours: 8:30am - 3:30pm
Office Telephone: 973-515-2442
Fax: 973-515-5008

 

Please feel free to contact me with your questions and concerns.  The health and well-being of your child is important to us.  Healthy children learn better!

The Flu: A Guide for Parents 

The Common Cold: How to Treat at Home

Cold, Ice, & Snow Safety

Health and Fitness! Let's Move

Healthy Snack Tips

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Health Office Policies

  1. Please be sure to report your child’s absence and symptoms of illness prior to the start of the school day by calling the absentee phone number 973-515-2418
  2. Students with conjunctivitis (Pink Eye) should remain home for 24 hours after the start of antibiotic therapy and until free of purulent discharge.
  3. Students who have been ill with a fever or vomiting should remain at home until symptom free for 24 hours.
  4. Students who are diagnosed with a streptococcal infection (strep throat) are to be excluded from school for 24 hours after the start of antibiotic therapy.  Be sure to mention strep when leaving a message on the absentee line.
  5. Medications cannot be given to a child without a completed authorization form signed by the parent and the physician.
  6. Students are not allowed to carry medication.  A responsible adult should deliver the medications to the health office.
  7. Height, weight, blood pressure, vision, and hearing screenings are done annually.  Parents will be notified if results fall outside the range of normal.





Stay updated on our monthly Nutrition Nuggets Newsletter.  It contains great food and fitness tips to keep our children healthy!


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Files
 Allergy Forms.pdf
Forms to filled out for any student requiring epinephrine at school.
 Annual Health Update.pdf
Form needs to be filled out yearly. Please notify me of any changes.
 Asthma Forms.pdf
Forms for students requiring an inhaler at school
 Medication Administration Form.pdf
Medications will be given by the school nurse only upon receipt of this medication authorization form. This is required for both over the counter and prescription drugs. All medication must be in the original container. And finally, medication must be transported to and from school by an adult. Thank you in advance for your cooperation!
 Pre Entrance Physical Exam Form.pdf
All transfer and kindergarten children are required to have a complete physical examination by the family physician before being admitted to school.

Although it is not required, it is highly recommended that your child have a physical exam by your primary care physician at least once during each developmental stage:

Early childhood (pre school through grade 3)
Pre-adolescence (grades 4-6)
Adolescence (grades 7-12)

At the middle school level physical examinations are required for students involved in varsity and intramural sports. It is recommended that the primary physician perform the physical. Contact the school for the Sports Physical forms. If the student does not have a primary care physician then arrangements can be made for the school doctor to do the exam.
 Snack Guideline for School.pdf
You can use these guidelines for healthy snacks at school and at home.

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