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Christi Moore, R.N.
936-276-3509
cmoore@misd.org


Hello!  I am excited to be your student's school nurse at Stewart Creek Elementary.  I have been a Registered Nurse for 19 years and have been serving as a nurse in the MISD for 4 years now.  I love children and I enjoy educating them regarding their health and helping to keep them safe and well while at school.  I believe that good communication is important so please do not hesitate to contact me about any health questions or concerns that you may have regarding your student.  I am looking forward to another great year at Stewart Creek Elementary. Go Bears!!!

 


Montgomery ISD Medication Policy

Prescription drugs and Non-prescription drugs:

The school must receive an Authorization To Administer Medication Form available at the clinic or on our web site. This form must be signed by the parent/guardian for over- the- counter medications.  A physician and the parent must sign the form for any prescription medications to be given at school. Any medication being taken for >14 consecutive days, must also have the physician’s signature. In addition, the following must occur:

  1. The medicine must be in the original container and not expired.
  2. All medicine must be brought to and removed from the clinic by the parent/guardian, not the student.
  3. For prescription medicine, the label must contain the student’s name, name of medication, directions for use and date.
  4. Any changes to a prescription regimen require a new medication label.
  5. For over the counter medicine, such as Advil, we can only give the recommended dosage on the bottle; any amount exceeding that requires a physician’s approval in writing.
  6. The following conditions require additional paperwork: Diabetes, Asthma, Food allergies, severe allergies requiring emergency medication and Seizure Disorders.
  7. Please only bring small quantities of over the counter (OTC) medicine due to limited space available. Maximum 30 tablets/bottle.
  8. Medicine given for short term illnesses (cold/allergies/gastrointestinal) can only be kept in the clinic during the illness phase which is usually no more than 7 days. Please do not bring in a large quantity of medicine to be provided throughout the year for these acute care illnesses.
  9. Medicine cannot be stored during the summer months. Please make arrangements to pick up any medication left in the clinic prior to the end of the school year. Also, each school must have a new and updated med. Authorization form every year.

Thank you for your cooperation. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the school nurse at: 936-276-3509


Our Mission

Montgomery Independent School District, with an unyielding commitment to excellence, will provide a premier academic program that recognizes the unique potential of each student and integrates the intellectual, social, cultural and physical aspects of learning.  This program will empower each student to become an eager lifelong learner committed to academic excellence, integrity, responsible citizenship and service to others.

 

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