Welcome to the health office
  • Notes from the School Nurse:

    YVETTE MURRAY, RN PHN MSN CDE

    Healthy Children Learn Better, and

    School Nurses Make it Happen

    Health Concerns: I am here to take care of your precious cargo when they are out of your sight, but not out of your mind. My primary goal is to use the 30+ years of nursing experience to make sure that the health office provides preventive care for your child.

    Medication: Heavy winds make asthma much worse and increase eye irritations for allergies. To look at what seasonal allergens are in the air go to: www.pollen.com and put in your zip code. This will assist you with knowing what allergen will be an (example: 92376) irritate your child's lungs. Flu Shots: Keep in mind flu season is year round. Remember, the flu shot protects your child and high-risk population from death and or hospitalization (example, those who are pregnant, elderly, infants, those with chronic health conditions etc.). https://youtu.be/YNd6Hvgitwo

    Handwashing: It is important for proper handwashing. Please view the video for proper handwashing. Spread of illnesses is preventable with proper handwashing.https://youtu.be/Vr6GQN-z_2s Proper wearing of masks: Wearing a mask protects you and others. Make sure the mask covers the nose and mouth. Please have students, family, and staff cough in the elbow, not in their hands.

     Proper wearing of masks: Wearing a mask protects you and others. Make sure the mask covers the nose and mouth. Please have students, family, and staff cough in the elbow, not in their hand

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  • Health Forms


     

  • California School Immunization Law

  • Physician's Recommendation for Medication Form

  • Oral Health Assessment Form

  • Special Meals Accommodation Form (Physician)


  • Recent Flyers


     

  • School Nurse:

    Yvette Murray, RN PHN MSN CDE

    Health Clerk:

    Besty Delgado

    Bdelgado@rialtousd.org


     Contact Information 

    Office (909) 820-7933

    Fax (909) 421-7697

Family wearing mask
  • Check Pollen.com to see what seasonal allergens are in the air