Notes From Your School Nurse

 BPS SCHOOL HEALTH 

Updated:04/29/2021
 
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Hello and welcome to the second semester of learning for the 20-21 school year!! My name is Amanda Taylor, RN and I am the school nurse at Bedford Primary School. Please feel free to contact me at via email at amanda.taylor@bedford.k12.va.us or leave a message at (540) 586-8339.
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Pre K and Kindergarten registration for 2021-2022 have begun! Please click on "School Health Documents" to the left if you need any paperwork for your student (physical forms, care plans, medication forms, etc). Please also see the UPDATED vaccination information below for this year as it is NEW!
Register Here
Parent letter K Immunization 2021-2022 (1).docx
Hep A Information Sheet.pdf

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~Please remember to perform daily morning health checks on your child before sending them to school in the morning. Be aware of symptoms such as, but not limited to: fever, sore throat, cough, headache, vomiting, diarrhea, etc. When making a decision to keep your child home or send them, please err on the side of caution.
~ If you or your child have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and/or are awaiting results from a COVID-19 test: PLEASE do not send your child to school and instead call the nurse.

If you have questions, don't hesitate to reach out to me!

 
If you are called to pick up your child this needs to be done in less than one hour. For this reason, please make sure all emergency contact information stays up to date!!



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Listen to Elmo sing about handwashing!

REMEMBER! THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR GOOD HAND WASHING! Hand sanitizer is not equal in its elimination of germs and viruses. Make sure your use soap and warm water and are washing all aspects of your hands for at LEAST 20 seconds! 
CDC HANDWASHING INFO

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