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Nurse Notes

FLU Prevention

On average in the United States, children miss approximately 38 million school days every year due to influenza.  Influenza, also known as the flu, can be a serious illness and each flu season is unpredictable. The single best way to protect against flu and its potentially severe complications is to get a seasonal flu vaccine each year. The CDC recommends that everyone 6 months of age and older get a seasonal flu vaccine each year, preferably before the end of October. Getting vaccinated isn’t the only way to protect yourself and your loved ones. Watch this video to find all of the ways you can prevent the spread of the flu or other viral illnesses.





Mental Health

Mental health resources

Our community has local mental health resources available.  Please reach out if you or a loved one has any mental health concerns.  We as a school want all of our students and families safe and healthy, physically and mentally.  Here is a link to our county mental health.  If you have any questions or need assistance in getting more information I am more than happy to help!

Crook County Mental Health:  (307) 283-3636

Suicide hot line: 1-800-273-8255 (available 24 hours a day).



Wyoming has a state-wide immunization registry system that I have access to. In order to be able to check your childs immunization status via the system, I need to have your written permission to do this. Here is a link to the form if you wish for me to do this: