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Stacey Diamond, R.N., M.B.A.
stacey.diamond@humble.k12.tx.us
Phone: 281-641-2305
Fax: 281-641-2317

 
Growth and Development:

 4th Grade:  Friday, May 23 at 2:10  Parent preview Wednesday, May 21 at 8:30
  5th Grade:  Thursday, May 8 at 11:00  Parent preview Tuesday, May 6 at 8:30
 

  Flu season is here!  The CDC recommends all people 6 months of age and older receive a flu vaccination.  This year the vaccine provides protection against the H1N1 influenza and two other influenza viruses.  The vaccine is still available - contact your pediatrician, family physician or local pharmacy for appointment times.  It is never too early or too late to receive a flu shot!  For more flu information, please go to www.cdc.gov.
 
 
Mosquito repellant at school:  bug sprays are prohibited at school but the wipe-on types and lotions are allowed as long as your child can apply it himself/herself.  Please send a signed note if your child will be applying the mosquito wipes/lotion at school.  If mosquito repellant is needed for your child, please try to apply it before coming to school.
 
 
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If your child is sick please keep him/her home to recover.  A student with a fever should be kept home until fever-free without fever reducing medications for 24 hours.  In addition, please call in the absence to the absence line at 281-641-2319 with the reason for the absence (fever, strep, vomiting, personal reason, etc.).

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                 Humble ISD Medication Policy

*  Medication must be delivered to and picked up from the clinic by a parent or authorized adult.

*  Parent signature is required for the administration of any medication.

*  Prescription and non-prescription medication must be in the original container.  Prescription label must contain the patient name, name of the medication, directions for use and date.

*  Medications given more than 10 days require a physician's signature.

*  PRN (as needed) medications may not be administered more than four times in one month without a doctor's signature.

 

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2013-2014 Immunization Requirements

Students in Kindergarten - 4th Grade need:
Polio - 4 doses with one after 4th birthday1
DTaP/DT/DTP - 5 doses with one after the 4th birthday2
MMR - 2 Doses - must be 2 doses of Measles, Mumps and Rubella
Hepatitis B -3 doses
Varicella - 2 doses - First dose must be after the first birthday3
Hepatitis A - 2 doses - First dose must be after the first birthday and second dose no sooner than 6 months after the first dose
I If the third dose was administered on or after 4th birthday, only 3 doses required
2 If the fourth dose was administered on or after 4th birthday only 4 does required
3 Students who have had the disease will not be required to have the vaccine. A valid affidavit is required for documentation of the disease
 

Students in Grades 5-6 need:
Polio - 4 doses with one after 4th birthday1
DTaP/DT/DTP - 5 doses with one after the 4th birthday2
Measles - 2 doses with first after the first birthday3
Mumps - 1 dose given after the first birthday
Rubella - 1 dose given after the first birthday
Hepatitis B - 3 doses
Varicella 1 dose4
1 If the third dose was administered on or after 4th birthday, only 3 doses required
2 a. If the fourth dose was administered on or after 4th birthday only 4 does required b. 3 doses for students age 7 and above, if the first dose was after the 4h birthday
3 May be a measles containing vaccine such as MMR
4 2 doses are required if the first dose was given after age 13 
 
 


*Please keep all parent/guardian contact information up to date so that we can contact you in an emergency.

Refer to our district Health Services web page for more information.