The health office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 2:40 p.m.

Medication Policy

Over-The-Counter (OTC) pain/fever reducing medication will NOT be administered this year in the health office due to the risk of masking COVID-19 symptoms. Exceptions will be made for students with chronic medical conditions.  

The health office needs your permission to dispense prescribed medication to your child. Medication forms are available in the health office or at the front desk and must be completed when dropping off any medication for your child. In accordance with district policy, hand-written notes are not acceptable.

  • To ensure that medication has not expired and the dosage is correct, all medication must be in the original container. 

  • Doctor-prescribed medication must be in the original container with the prescription label that includes the patient's name intact.

Please remember it is district policy that your child be fever free (no fever without the aid of Tylenol or Ibuprofen) and vomit free for 24 hours prior to returning to school. This district policy protects all students from illness. Thank you for your help.

For more information contact our nurse at (602) 449-5303.


The role of the school nurse is to collaborate with the educators to provide an environment conducive to learning. It is to assess and evaluate the health and development status of the student; be the health care liaison to the student; counsel, educate and find resources to assist in the student's health care.

We serve as consultants for the health curriculum; provide screening programs for diseases of the eyes, ears and teeth; keep immunization records; assist in placement for special education programs; and act as the giver of first aid in an emergency.

View and download medical forms from the PVSchools website.

View the PVSchools website for more info on Health and Wellness.