HEALTH SERVICES


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!


TONIA HOFFMAN, R.N. SCHOOL NURSE

Tonia Hoffman, RN

School Nurse

thoffman@sublette9.org

Ex. 3304

Office Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Friday

BPES


Wednesday

LBES


Thursday

BPHS

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

Please click the link Sign Up Form to schedule your Physical.

Here is the link to the Physical Form (2 pgs).

Free Physicals

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/

The new My 307 Wellness app connects families with Wyoming resources. The app can also track doctor appointments more right from your phone. Search "My 307 Wellness" in your app store or text FAMILY to 307-317-0819 for a link.

Help available for childcare costs

The Department of Family Services has funds to provide childcare relief to families due to the pandemic.


Beginning October 1, families with increased childcare expenses as a result of pandemic can apply for financial relief.


The program is not based on income. Families must:

  • live in Wyoming, and

  • show childcare costs between March 13, 2020 and today.

The program will end on December 30, 2020.

Find more information or call (307)777-5819.


Just a Reminder from the Health Office!

Your student may return to school after being fever free (less than 100 degrees) for 72 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 hands frequently!

Please help us curtail illness by keeping sick kids at home.

How to avoid COVID-19
How to wash your hands
Be Prepared Brochure Pg 1
Be Prepared Brochure Pg 2
Be Prepared Brochure Pg 3

Requirements for Immunizations

Required Immunizations Feb 2018

Prescription Medication Policy

Print, complete, and return to the School Nurse for Prescription medications that need to be administered at school.

Prescription Medication Policy