Jennifer Russell RN

Nurse

Contact Information:

Jennifer Russell RN, BSN
School Nurse
jrussel1@aisd.net

This is my second year as the general education school nurse at Webb Elementary. I graduated from UTA in 2004 and have also worked for Baylor and Cook Children’s. I am married to Todd Russell who is the 3D art teacher at Jones Academy. My 19 yr. old step-daughter just started at UTA to become a nurse and I also have 3 years twin girls.

Chastity Kinerd RN

Nurse

Contact Information:

Chastity Kinerd
Nurse
ckinerd@aisd.net

Skills nurse, BSN

Betty Diane Susini Alternate Curriculum Clinic Assistant

Clinic Assistant

Betty Diane Susini
Alternate Curriculum Clinic Assistant

bsusini@aisd.net

Alternate Curriculum

Elizabeth Reyes Clinic Assistant

Clinic Assistant

Contact Information:

Elizabeth Reyes

ereyes@aisd.net

When to keep your child at home

KEEP YOUR CHILD AT HOME WHEN:

Child has a temperature of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or 37.7 degrees Celsius or higher
Child has diarrhea or vomiting
Child has a rash of unknown origin
Child has' red, runny eyes or wakes up with eyes "glued" shut
Child complains of ear pain with or without fever

YOUR CHILD MAY RETURN WHEN:

Child is fever free for 24 hours without the use of Tylenol or other fever reducers.
Child is free of diarrhea and vomiting for 24 hours
You have consulted a healthcare professional.*
You have consulted a healthcare professional for the appropriate antibiotic therapy.*
You have consulted a healthcare professional for appropriate care.*

Upon returning to school the child must bring a signed release from the health care professional to the school nurse's office, or report to the nurse free of symptoms.

REMEMBER: -Medications must be kept in the school clinic with a doctor's and a parent's signature authorizing permission for dispensing the medication., including cough drops and other over the counter medicines.

You know your children best, if they don't seem well, they probably aren't.
Keep them home and consult a health care professional if necessary.

NOTE: PLEASE KEEP EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS CURRENT IN THE CLINIC - YOUR CHILD MAY NEED YOU!

Link to the AISD Health Services Information and Forms.

Deja su niño(a) en la casa sl:

Tiene una temperatura de 100 F/37.7' 0 mas.
Tiene diarrea o estavomitado.
Tiene un sarpuilido de origen desconocido.
Tiene los ojos rojos y corriendo o despierta con los ojos pegados.
Tiene dolor en los oidos con o sin flebre.

Su niño(a) puede regresar cuando:

Esta Ilbre de fiebre por 24 horas sin tomar Tylenol 0 otro tipo de medicina para reducer flebre.
Esta libre de diarrea o vómito.
Usted hi consultado un doctor. Usted ha consultado un doctor para terapia antlbiótico.*
Usted ha consultado un doctor terapia antibiótico*.
Cuando su nino(a) regress a la escuela debe de tener una nota firrnado por el doctor
o estar libre de los sintomas.

OBSERVA Favor de tener numeros de emergencia corrientes. Puede ser que tus hijos te necesitan. Recuedese que los medicamentos tienen que estar en la clinica de la escuela con las firmas del doctor y de 80s padres autorizando permisión para dispensar el medicamento. Recuérdese que niños pueden atascar con pildoras de tos. Hay que dejartos con la enfermera de la escuela.

Enlace a la información y formularios de servicios de salud de AISD.

 

Giving your child Tylenol before they come to school
does not constitute healing.

El darle Tylenol a su hijo/a no significa que esta curado. Debe dejarlo en casa hasta
que la fiebre halla cesado.