Immuniztion, Medical & Therapy Services
Each of our schools has a trained registered nurse on staff. For many children, our nurses are the first line of medical care. They see an average of 75 students per day. Nurses treat children with the usual headaches, stomach aches, fevers, strains and sprains, head lice, and acute injuries. They also help treat any health issues that arise with faculty and staff members. School nurses help manage the care of students with diagnosed conditions like diabetes, cystic fibrosis, and asthma. They oversee on-site care and medicines which need to be dispensed at school and help teach children about their disease. They conduct hearing and vision tests for children who may not have received this care from a pediatrician or health department. Our nurses teach CPR to school staff, and they are part of the certified emergency response team at every school.
These forms are also embedded and available for completion or upload within the school district's online registration tool for new students and within the annual update for enrolled students' information that parents and guardians complete each new school year through their Campus Parent Portal account.
Medical Forms for Immunization & Health Screenings for Enrollment
Form 3231 Georgia Certificate of Immunization: This form is provided by the Department of Human Resources. It is issued by a physician licensed under the laws of Georgia or by a local board of health (Health Department).
- Form 3300 Georgia Certificate of Vision, Hearing, Dental & Nutrition Screening: This form is provided by the Georgia Department of Public Health. It is issued by a physician licensed under the laws of Georgia or by a local board of health (Health Department).
Bulloch County Schools Medical Protocols & Forms for Student Care at School
These are forms and protocols that authorize school nurses and appropriate staff to administer medications and provide medical assistance to your child during school and school activities. Parents and guardians should agree to provide a new physician’s order if there is any change in medication, dosage, administration time, or procedure and treatment. Parents and guardians should agree to furnish all equipment, supplies, medications, formulas, or other necessary items and to provide replacements and maintenance as necessary.
General Medical Forms
- Authorization for Medication Administration/ Medical Plan of Care Form
In order to better serve a child’s educational needs, this form would help provide/prepare for any precautions, special considerations, recent or upcoming surgical procedures, and/or medications that a child may need (activities, diet, equipment, etc.
- Hospital Homebound Referral Form
- Medical Information Form
- Diabetes Management Plan
- Seizure Action Plan
- Asthma Action Plan Form (English) and (Spanish)
- Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan Form (English) and (Spanish)
- Protocols for Medication in Schools
- Self-Administration Consent Form for Non-Prescription (Over-the-Counter) Medication - Middle & High Only
- Authorization to Carry Prescription Inhaler and EpiPens