Admin

Health Suite

Kids being excited

DUNDALK HEALTH SERIVCES

443-809-7073 (phone)
443-809-7025 (Fax)

 

 

It is our goal at Dundalk High School Health Suite to support the health and well-being of your student while they are here at school.   

Dundalk Health Suite Forms:
​Consent for the Administration of Approved Discretionary Medications    
Parent's Request to Administer Medication in School
Physical Examination Form(Sports)
New Student Health History

click on link below and scroll down to the form you need:
http://dci.bcps.org/department/academic_services/student_support_services/health_services

Wellness Center Forms:
Family History Questionnaire.pdf
Family History-Spanish.pdf
Parental Consent form for Secondary Wellness Cent.docx

Contact Information:
Please make sure the school has accurate phone numbers so we can reach you or a designated individual to pick up your child if they are ill or there is an emergency.  When an emergency occurs, it is vital that we have the most current phone numbers so that you can be reached.

Non-Prescription Medications to be given at school:  A Discretionary Medication form must be filled out each year.  This gives the school nurse permission to give over the counter medications such as Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Tums to your student.  Included in this form is space to list your child’s allergies, health concerns, and current medications. This form must be renewed each school year. 

Prescription Medications to be given at school (Examples: Asthma, ADHD, Migraine medications):  All prescription medication to be given in school must have an order from a physician on the “BCPS Parent’s Request to Administer Medication in School” order form (link below).    This form must also be signed by a parent/guardian and can be faxed, emailed, or dropped off to the school nurse.

Injuries/Surgeries/ Concussions/Health Diagnosis that may require special needs:  Please have the student or parent contact the school nurse as soon as possible so special accommodations in the school setting can be made if needed (i.e. elevator, bathroom, hall passes).

When to keep your child home from school:  Parents should keep their child at home if visible signs or symptoms of a communicable disease are present including:

  • Fever (a temperature of 100 degrees or higher when taken by mouth or ear thermometer). Students’ should be fever free for 24 hours before returning to school.

  • Vomiting

  • Diarrhea