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Nurse Resources


Tabitha Harazin

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BSN, RN/Licensed School Nurse, PHN Olivia Nurse Work Phone: 320-523-1031 ext. 3108, office hours 7:30am-4pm

Forms

BOLD Rx Meds Authorization
BOLD OTC Meds Authorization

Immunization Record


Dear Parents of BOLD Public School Children,
If you have any questions or concerns of your child’s health, whether it be physical, mental, emotional, social, or just a question, do not hesitate to email or call a nurse at your school. If your child has special health needs or scheduled for a medical procedure, we can work with you to provide proper accommodations to help keep your child safe and healthy at school.
We want and need to look at the whole child to help them in meeting their goals and plans for the future. We are a resource for you and your child to assist with their health and educational goals so their school experience can be a successful one.  Working together we can assist in bridging many barriers and increasing their opportunities for success.
We look forward to meeting you, your child, and family and assisting in developing a plan to allow improved success in their health and educational growth at BOLD Public Schools.
Sincerely
BOLD Public Schools Health Staff

School Nursing, a specialized practice of public health nursing, 

  • protects and promotes student health, facilitates normal development, and advances academic success.
  • School Nurses, grounded in ethical and evidence-based practice,
  • are leaders that bridge health care and education, provide care coordination, advocate for quality student-centered care, and collaborate to design systems that allow individuals and communities to develop their full potentials.

National Association of School Nurses, 2016


Health Tips and Information

Attendance and Illness

  When your child should stay home:
  •   If they have a temperature over 100.0 degrees. They need to be temperature free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medications before they return to school.
  •  If they have an episode of vomiting or diarrhea. They need to be free of vomiting and episodes of diarrhea for 24 hours before the return to school.
Staying Healthy
  •   Important tips to remember to prevent the spread of gems:
  • Coughing/sneezing spread germs so please encourage everyone to cough/sneeze in the bend of the arm or a tissue
  • Hand washing is critical in disease prevention. Please reinforce this at homes we do at school.
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