Hello Parkview Families,
I just wanted to take a quick second to introduce myself. My name is, Aimee Hebert, and I am honored to serve as the 1st – 12th Grade School Nurse here at Parkview Baptist School. I graduated from Southeastern University in 2005 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing and a Minor in Biology. I joined the PBS team back in August of 2016. My husband and I have two kids that attend Parkview Baptist School and have since Preschool. My utmost goal is to ensure the health, wellness, and safety of all the students and staff members here at Parkview Baptist School. My office is located on the first floor in the Elementary Building (Building G). Please feel free to contact me with any questions and/or concerns. I am happy to help in any way that I can!
Aimee Hebert, RN
Greetings Eagle Families,
My name is Sarah Camp and I am so grateful to be able to be here at Parkview Baptist as the Preschool and Early Childhood School Nurse. I am a Southeastern Alumni, and graduated in 2009 with my Bachelor’s degree in Nursing. My husband and I have three children and they also attend PBS. The health, safety, and heart of your children is important to me and I love being able to share God’s love while caring for them. My office is located downstairs in Building C and please feel free to come by, call, or email with any questions or concerns.
Sarah Camp, RN
Here you will find lots of important, helpful, and useful information.
Important: please remember to email your child’s teacher(s), the school nurse(s), and update your RenWeb account with any diagnosis your child may have or any new diagnosis your child may receive during the school year. Keeping us ALL informed and up to date is EXTREMELY important.
Parents with children enrolled in Parkview Baptist Preschool, need to kindly refer to the Parent Handbook for information on policies and procedures. Due to State Licensing requirements, some policies and procedures may vary.
Students with ANY of the following condition(s), but not limited too, WILL be sent home from school:
– Oral/Temporal/Forehead temperature of 100 degrees F or higher.
– Elevated (or possibly a normal temp) temperature combined with any of the following: a severe cold with yellow-green nasal discharge, excessive coughing, or swollen glands with a sore throat.
– Eye(s) that are inflamed (red), excessively itching, crusty, burning with purulent (milky) discharge (example: Pink eye).
– Excessive drainage from ear(s).
– Any skin lesions or infections (examples include: impetigo, ringworm, Staph and scabies).
– Diarrhea (two or more loose stools).
– Head Lice.
Students MAY RETURN to school when:
– Temperature is below 100 degrees F for at least 24 hours WITHOUT the use of ANY medications.
– NO vomiting and/or diarrhea for at least 24 hours WITHOUT the use of ANY medications.
– Contagious infections (example: pink eye, skin lesions/infections and strep throat) that have been treated for at least 24 hours with a prescription medication from his/her doctor.
– Students with head lice must be checked by the nurse before the student is able to return to school/class.
**For example: If your child checks out of school at 11:00 am due to fever, vomiting and/or diarrhea or other contagious infections (examples listed above), then he or she will not be able to return to school until the following day after 11:00 am, if NO medication was given. The rule to remember is that they must be fever, vomiting and/or diarrhea free without the use of ANY medication(s) for at least 24 hours to be able to return to school. As for contagious infections, he or she will have to be on treatment prescribed by his or her doctor for at least 24 hours before coming back to school.**
Over the Counter Medication:
Any OTC medication (Examples: Tylenol, Motrin, Pepto, Benadryl, TUMS, Cough Drops, etc.) that is brought to school will have to have a “Student Medication Authorization Form” filled out. The link to this medication form is located below. I also have copies in the nurse’s office or in each division’s front office. The form and the medication must be brought to the nurse’s office brand new and unopened. Please know that we are required to call you each and every time an OTC medication is given.
Medication on Fieldtrips:
Students that are participating in ANY fieldtrip away from school that want and/or need to bring his/her Epi Pen, Inhaler or Prescription Medication MUST email their teacher and the school nurse to inform them to send it with the student’s teacher for that particular fieldtrip. Please inform us at least TWO days prior to the fieldtrip. Please note that ANY over the counter medications (Examples: Tylenol, Motrin, Pepto and Benadryl) WILL NOT be administered by ANY teacher while on a fieldtrip. The teacher will only carry minor first aid materials.
Food, Insect, and/or Environmental Allergy Assessment:
Students with any known allergies that may require medication(s) during school will need to fill out the “Food, Insect, and/or Environmental Allergy Assessment Form” AND a “Medication Form” for each medication that is sent to school. Please note that if you are only sending ONE EpiPen to be kept at school, then the “One EpiPen” form needs to be signed as well. Return all forms as well as the medication(s) to the school nurse. All of the forms can be found below.
PBS Students with Asthma:
Students with an asthma diagnosis will need to fill out the “PBS Student Asthma Action Form” below and return that form with your child’s inhaler to the school nurse.
PBS Students that Require a Seizure Action Plan:
Students that have been diagnosed with any form of seizure activity, please fill out the “Seizure Action Plan” form below. If medications need to be kept at school, please remember to fill out the “Medication Form” for each medication that will be sent to school. Please return all forms to the nurses office.
(Required if you wish medicine to be administered at school)