When you enter this office, you are: SAFE, important, respected, understood, SUPER, SMART, amazing, special, brave, amazing, STRONG, cared for, and LOVED. YOU are the reason I am here!
Monday, Tuesday, Friday
If you have a concern about your child please contact my office, and I will respond as soon as possible-schedule allowing.
News and Events
Community Health Fair Blood Draws: March 26th-27th 6:00am - 9:00 am Marbleton Senior Center
Watch on campus for FUNdraising activities all month to support Sublette Strong! Check with any BPHS StuCo member for details.
JUNIORS and SENIORS and parents: Menactra/Bexsero vaccination clinics upcoming Spring 2019. Watch your inboxes and mailboxes for more information!
Parents: Check out the Surgeon General's website to find the latest information and resources regarding the dangers of vaping: https://e-cigarettes.surgeongeneral.gov/
Just a Reminder from the Health Office!
Your student may return to school after being fever free (less than 100 degrees) for 24 hours, without the use of fever-reducing medications.
If your student has been vomiting, she may return to school after 24 hours without vomiting.
Please consider visiting your family Healthcare Provider if fever persists beyond 36 hours, or if your student has a persistent sore throat, cough, vomiting, or severe headache.
You can decrease the spread of illness by using basic infection control methods:
- 1. Keep sick family members away from those who are well.
- 2. Do not share food or drinks.
- 3. Cover coughs and sneezes
- 4. Wash hand frequently!
Please help us curtail illness by keeping sick kids at home.
Requirements for Immunizations
Prescription Medication Policy
Print, complete, and return to the School Nurse for Prescription medications that need to be administered at school.