Information for Staff
Please use this site to keep informed about health updates and trainings being offered by the Health Office.
This is where you can find the yearly epinephrine (EpiPen) training websites. Please use the following website for your training and bring your certificates to the nursing office to complete the hands on training. *Please make sure to follow Field Trip Chaperone Procedure checklist when planning to take students out of the building.
Allergy Website (no CEUs)
- Complete the training module
- Take the quiz and print your certificate
- See the nurses for hands on training/final sign off
Stop the Bleed course is currently being offered by the nurses. This course reviews what everyone should know to stop bleeding after an injury. Training includes bleeding assessment and management, as well as tourniquet application. The course is a combination of discussion and hands-on tasks. Maximum of 10 staff per session.
- Will be scheduled in the Fall
The best way to prevent seasonal flu is to get vaccinated every year. Everyone 6 months of age and older should get a flu vaccine every year before flu activity begins in their community. CDC recommends getting vaccinated by the end of October, if possible. Please refer to the CDC website for more information. Frequently Asked Flu Questions
We encourage staff to check with your primary care physician to make sure you are up to date on immunizations. This is especially important for anyone pregnant, of childbearing age, or those who may have weakened immune systems. We also encourage staff to keep a copy of your immunization record in the Health Office. Please note that confidentially of health information is of the utmost importance to us. All health information is kept confidential and secure.
Employee Emergency Information Form
Please make sure you have an up to date form on file from the Business Office. A copy should be kept in the Health Office in the event of an emergency.