Alta Loma School District Nurses

Alta Loma School District Nurses
  • MEDICATIONS DURING SCHOOL HOURS

    A student needing to take medication at school (even over-the-counter medication) must have completed Authorization for any Medication Taken during the School Hours includes the physician’s order and parent’s authorization for administration) on file in the school’s health office. The authorization form is valid for the current school year in which it was obtained, will not carry over to the next school year, and should be updated whenever the prescription changes. 

    Prescribed medication must be provided to the health office in its original container with the pharmacy label. Over-the-counter medication must be provided to the health office in the original packaging, clearly labeled with the student’s first and last name. Medication will be stored in the health office and a log of the medication administration will be kept. Students may not transport medication to and from school or carry the medication with them at school. If the physician feels that a student’s health is in jeopardy without immediate access to their medication, a student may be allowed to carry the medication on their persons. A Permission to Carry Medication form will need to be signed by the parent, student and physician, and returned to the health office.

    Authorization for Medication Administration During School Hours

  • Contact Us

    • Alta Loma Elementary
      • Phone: 909-484-5000
      • Fax: 909-484-5005
    • Alta Loma Junior High
      • Phone: 909-484-5100
      • Fax: 909-484-5105
    • Banyan Elementary
      • Phone: 909-484-5080
      • Fax: 909-484-5085
    • Carnelian Elementary
      • Phone: 909-484-5010
      • Fax: 909-484-5015
    • Deer Canyon Elementary
      • Phone: 909-484-5030
      • Fax: 909-484-5035
    • Floyd Stork Elementary
      • Phone: 909-484-5060
      • Fax: 909-484-5065
    • Hermosa Elementary
      • Phone: 909-484-5040
      • Fax: 909-484-5045
    • Jasper Elementary
      • Phone: 909-484-5050
      • Fax: 909-484-5055
    • Victoria Groves Elementary
      • Phone: 909-484-5070
      • Fax: 909-484-5075
    • Vineyard Junior High
      • Phone: 909-484-5120
      • Fax: 909-484-5125

DISTRICT HEALTH CONDITION PACKETS

  • ORAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT

    To make sure your child is ready for school, California law, Education Code Section 49452.8, requires that your child have an oral health assessment (dental check-up) by the end of the school year in either Transitional Kindergarten, Kindergarten, or First Grade, whichever is his/her first year in public school. Please click the link below to download and print the oral health assessment form.

    Dental Health Assessment Form

  • IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS

    Requirements for School Entry 

    California schools are required to check immunization records.  All students MUST present a written immunization record, either a personal record with entries made by a physician or clinic, or a school immunization record. 

    Immunization Infromatiion

    For more immunization information, visit www.shotsforschool.org

  • Report of HEALTH Examination for School entry

    All students entering first grade are required to have a physical examination.  Free health screenings are available at the San Beranrdino County Health Depratment through the Child Health and Disability Prevention Program.  

    Physical Form

    Physical Waiver Form