Shadow Mountain Nurse's Office602-449-3006 (Fax)

Nurse

Karen Reuter, NMSN/R
kreuter@pvschools.net

Health Assistant 

Cecelia Super
csuper@pvschools.net

Emergency Card

For your child’s safety, an emergency card is required by all. The card must be signed by both the parent or guardian and student. You are able to fill out your child's emergency card online.

Immunizations

Parent/guardians of students who were informed of their student’s need to receive additional immunizations must have their student provide written physician/clinic documentation of specified immunizations by the deadline indicated.

Medication Card

The “Over the Counter Medication Record” card, lists the noted medications that are provided by the Nurse’s Office and can be administered to your child upon completion/signature and  the returned form to the Nurse’s Office. All other medications must be provided by the parent/guardian in the original container. A “School Year Record” form must also be completed and signed. Students are not allowed to carry any medication on their person, including Tylenol, Midol, Ibuprofen, etc.

Health Screening

Our annual September health screening requires approximately 30 volunteers to assist us with timely completion of the Arizona requirements. No experience required to sign up. If you are available to assist us please fill out the form below. 
Volunteers are very appreciated at Shadow Mountain High School!

Nurse Health Tips

Nurse Karen offers seminars and workshops on various health topics to PV Schools staff and the community. From time to time, she will share health information. 

People Sneezing

Cover Your Cough!

Follow these simple steps to stop spreading germs: View the CDC Cover Your Cough flyer.

FLU Facts: How Is Influenza Spread?

Influenza is spread easily from person to person; when someone who has it sneezes, coughs or even talks, the virus passes into the air and can be breathed in by anyone nearby. People can also become infected by touching something, such as a surface or object, with influenza virus on it and then touching their mouth or nose. 

Read more flu facts on the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases' website.