Student Health

Help keep TKA a healthy place to learn. Please keep SICK children at home!

Any questions, please contact TKA School Nurse, Cathy Parnell, RN. 

QUICK REFERENCE guidelines for keeping a sick child home from school:

  • Child should be fever-free for 24 hours (without fever-reducing medication).
  • Child should be free of vomiting/diarrhea for 24 hours.
  • If diagnosed with strep throat or conjunctivitis, child must have 24 hours of antibiotic treatment before returning.

My child is sick. Should I send him or her to school?

Click here to read DHEC's guidelines.

Click here for an updated list of SC DHEC required immunization standards.


 

Attention Parents:

If your child requires over-the-counter medication during the school day, you must complete an Over-the counter Medication Permission Form and bring it in with the medication (in the original container) to the health room by an adult. *Prescription medications require the prescribing Physician’s signature.

Click here for Prescription medication form.

Click here for Over-the counter medication form.

Click here for Self-Medicating students form.

Epipen carrying case registration.

Click here for lunch nutritional information.

 

Student Health Screenings:

  • Vision screenings will be offered in October for students in 4K - 2nd grades.  Dr. Lee from Palmetto Vision Center provides the screenings at no charge to the student.
  • Hearing and speech screenings will also be offered.  Pee Dee Speech & Hearing provides these screenings at a minimal charge.