Linda Durst-Ottmers, LVN
 
Hours 7:30 AM til 4:00 PM
 
Phone Number 830-997-9105
School Office Number 830-997-7421
Fax Number 830-990-0002
 
 
Important tips
  •  Please keep your phone numbers current in case of an emergency.
  •  If your child has any known allergies that may cause some concern, please call or come by the nurse’s office.
  • Please keep an extra pair of clothes in your child’s back pack at all times.  If your child does have an accident, it may be necessary for the parent to come to school to change and clean their child. The parent has the option of taking the child home to be cleaned or they may clean the child in the nurse’s office. Once the child is changed and cleaned he or she may return to class.
 
Symptoms that require a child to stay at home or be picked up during the school day:
  •  Fever – If a child is running a fever of 100 degrees or more, the parent will be notified to pick the child up from school. The child may return to school after 24 hours of being fever free without fever reducing medication. If a child is running fever prior to the start of the school day, the child must stay home.
  • Vomiting – Parents will be required to pick up their child from school if the child is vomiting. If a child vomits prior to the start of the school day, the child needs to stay home. The child may return to school once the vomiting has stopped.
  •  Diarrhea – If your child has diarrhea, you will be required to pick up the child from school. If a child has diarrhea prior to the start of the school day, the child needs to stay home. The child may return to school once the diarrhea free without diarrhea-suppressing medications for at least 24 hours
 
 Medication
  • To be given at school, a parental permit slip must be signed to administer a prescription or non-prescription medication at school for 10 day or less. 
  •  A doctor's order-parental permit must to sign to administer prescription or non-prescription medication at school for 10 days or more.
  •  All medication (prescription or non-prescription) must be in the original properly labeled container provided by the parent along with a parental permit slip.
Medication is not allowed to be sent to school or home on the school bus or with the student in the back pack; therefore it must be brought in the morning and picked up by an adult daily.