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School nurses

The Plymouth School District has two school nurses. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.

Anne Nelson, RN, BSN
Grades 4K-5
annelson@plymouth.k12.wi.us
920-892-5001


Jeanna Rortvedt, RN, BSN
Grades 6-12
jrortvedt@plymouth.k12.wi.us
920-892-2661 Ext. 1047

 

Health Services Provided

Our school health room staff are trained in basic first aid and medication administration.

If an incident or injury is severe, a medical emergency response team (consisting of staff trained in CPR, first aid and administration of emergency medication such as inhalers or Epipens) will respond and 911 will be called if needed. There are bleeding control stations and an AED in each school.

Certain health problems can be a barrier to optimal learning. In order to identify some of the more frequently occurring problems, our school district conducts the following screenings:

 

Medication Administration Policy and Procedure

If your child needs medication at school

Medication Authorization Form / Planilla de Autorizacion de Medicamentos

Over-the-Counter Medication Authorization Form

Epinephrine Stock Medication Procedure and Anaphylaxis Management

 

Immunization Information

Wisconsin Immunization Requirements

Public Immunization Record Access

Student Immunization Record

Vaccines for Teens

Covid Vaccine Info

 

Covid-19 information

What do I do if ...

IF ... THEN NEXT

… you have any of these symptoms:

  • Fever greater than 100°F
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Headache (new or not typical)
  • Fatigue (unusual)
  • Muscle pain (unexplained)

Stay home at least 24 hours.

You can return when symptoms improve and you are fever-free for 24 hours.*

If symptoms don't improve after two days, Covid testing is recommended. Remain home until you get the results; if they are negative, you can return when symptoms have improved and you are fever-free for 24 hours.*

… you experience a loss of taste or smell.Stay home and contact your school office. Covid testing is recommended.
… you test positive for Covid.

Isolate: Stay home for 5 days from symptom onset and contact your school office.

More information about isolation

Return when well (fever-free for 24 hours* and no productive or constant cough).
*Fever-free means without the help of fever-reducing medications.

More Covid information

CDC Covid Vaccine Info
Sheboygan County Department of Public Health

 

Health Action Plans

Asthma, seizures, diabetes, severe allergies, insect sting allergies, or any other health issue should be discussed with your school nurse.

Food Allergy Health Action Plan

Insect Sting Health Action Plan

Asthma Health Action Plan

• Diabetes Health Action Plans: Glucagon / Baqsimi

Seizure Health Plan

General Individual Health Plan