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Angelica Garza School Nurse    
Elizabeth Rehfuss Clinic Assistant    

Clinic Hours: M-F 8:40-4:00pm

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Tdap Immunization Requirement for Rising Sixth Graders:

Virginia Legislation effective July 2006 requires all students entering the sixth grade to receive a Tdap booster. If five years have passed since your child’s last booster this shot is required. This requirement is effective for the first day of school and there is no grace period. Students must provide proof of the immunization or documentation of a religious or medical exemption to the Princess Anne Middle School Guidance Department or they will not be allowed to attend school.
When reviewing your child’s immunization record the vaccine may be listed as DPT, Td, Dtap, and/or Tdap. The vaccine may be obtained from a private physician/pediatrician, a military clinic, or the Virginia Beach Health Department at 4452 Corporation Lane.

Your child SHOULD NOT come to school if he or she has:

  • A temperature of 100 degrees or higher
  • Any vomiting or diarrhea within the last 24 hours
  • Eye Symptoms such as redness, itching, or purulent white or yellow drainage
  • Head lice or nits-until treated and rechecked by the school nurse
  • Chicken pox-until all areas are scabbed

There is a full time registered nurse and clinic assistant on duty in the clinic. The purpose of the clinic is to provide First Aid for School Related illnesses and injuries. We are neither equipped nor designed to take care of out of school injuries/illnesses, and are not intended to take the place of parent-directed medical care. We will follow doctor's written orders for treatment which may need to be done during the time the student is in the school.
It is a Virginia Beach School Board regulation that any student taking medication during school hours must have written permission from a doctor and a parent. We are not allowed to give medication without the doctor's orders. This also includes all over the counter medication.
Medication should be brought directly to the clinic by the parent and MUST be in the original prescription bottle with the students' name, medication name, and correct dosage on it. Over the counter medication should be in a new sealed container. Medication brought in any other way cannot be accepted or given to the student.

If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us. Thank you for your cooperation.