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When to keep your child home from school.

A guideline to follow on making a decision to send your student to school. 


Medication order form. (new 9/8/14)

All medication given in schools, including Over-the-Counter medication, requires a physician's order. Use this form for your physician to write a medication order.


Certificate of Immunization form.

Use this form for your doctor to provide necessary information.


Emergency  medical form for bus drivers

An information sheet for parents to use to inform Connolly Bus Co. of any life threating illness or conditions that the company's bus drivers should be aware of. 

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Health Services Mission Statement

Our Mission is to enhance the educational process by 
modification or removal of health related barriers to learning
and to promote an optimal level of wellness.

Our services include:

Nursing Care (First Aid, Illness Assessment,

Communicable Disease Control and Health Care Referrals)

Medication Administration (See Medication Policy)

Skilled Nursing care and case management for students 
with special health care needs (Individualized Health Care Plans)

Individual health counseling and education for students,
parents, and school staff

Health Screening (Height, Weight, Vision, Hearing and Postural)

Cumulative School Health Record (Medical history, Immunizations,

Physical Examinations and Screening Results)




Director of Nursing
Patricia Harrison, BSN, RN, NCSN 
Phone: (508) 261-7559 Fax: 508-261-7528
Cell Phone: (508) 254-3238

Mansfield High School
Christine Harrison, BSN, RN, NCSN 
Betsy Savoie, MSN, RN
Phone: (508) 261-7540 Ext 3111/3121
Grades 9-12
Fax: (508) 261-7416

Qualters Middle School
Elayne Brown, BSN, MSW, RN
Lisa Anderson, BSN, RN, NCSN 
Phone: (508) 261-7530 Ext. 1 
Grades 6-8 
Fax: (508) 261-7374

Jordan Jackson Elementary School
Christine Dooling, MSN, RN 
Elizabeth Johnston, BSN, RN, NCSN
Phone: (508) 261-7520/7525 
Fax: (508) 261-7522 
Grades 3-5

Robinson School
Sue McGinley, BSN, RN, NCSN
Tammy Rozelle, MSN, RN
Phone: (508) 261-7387
Fax: (508) 261-7389
Grades K-2 /Little Hornets

Roland Green School 
Debora Wirth, BSN, RN, NCSN
Phone: (508) 261-1561
Fax: (508) 261-7415
Grade: PreK

*All staff are Massachusetts DESE Licensed*


Guidelines for Contacting the School Nurse 
School Exclusion Guidelines 
Healthy Smiles 
Flu Guide: A guide to parents 
Health Policy & Protocols






The Massachusetts Coordinated 

School Health Model



School Entry:  Required Immunizations

Bus and Fire Dept. Emergency Information Forms

Medication and Care Plan Forms

Health Information

Hearing, Vision, Postural Screening, Growth Screening & Physical Exams



Resource Links

Massachusetts Department of Public Health   

Centers of Disease Control   

American Diabetes Association   

Asthma and Allergy Foundation

Epilepsy Foundation   

Kids Health   

Mass in Motion   

Military Families   


Safe Snack Guide






Mansfield Public Schools is excited to again offer MASS Healthy Smiles, LLC to all children in our school system.
In particular their mission is to provide preventive services to those that do not regularly see a dentist.
This program is due in part to a grant awarded by the University of Massachusetts School of Medicine.
MASS Healthy Smiles:) is a team of licensed Dental Hygienists that will be working closely with our staff to help our children.

Web site





Measles Make Sure Your Child Is Fully Immunized

 Information link





Health News


 Flu information


1. CDC Flu information (PDF link)

2. Flu symptom check list (PDF link)

3. Flu guide for parents (PDF link)




A message from Mansfield Public Schools Health Services.

To the Mansfield Public Schools Parents and Guardians:

Health Advisory Enterovirus


We often see enterovirus illness in the summer and fall. Enterovirus can cause respiratory illness. While most infections cause mild or no symptoms, some can be severe.


Mild symptoms may include fever, runny nose, sneezing, cough, and body and muscle aches.


Most of the children who got very ill with EV-D68 infection in Missouri and Illinois had difficulty breathing, and some had wheezing. Many of these children had asthma or a history of wheezing.

There are no licensed vaccines for protection against enterovirus.

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health advises parents and patients:


Wash Hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds, especially after changing diapers


Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands


Avoid kissing, hugging and sharing cups or utensils with people who are sick


Disinfect frequently touched surfaces, such as toys and doorknobs, especially if someone is sick

Soap and water is the most effective method for hand hygiene as hand sanitizers are less effective against enteroviruses.

School nurses will continue to monitor illness. We ask that you keep your child home if he/she has a fever for 24 hours after the fever is gone without the use of Tylenol or Ibuprofen. This will help reduce exposure to contagious illnesses including enteroviruses.

Clinicians have been advised to have laboratory confirmation so that we can better monitor the actual number of cases and the type of enterovirus involved.

For more information, visit:

or call 1-800-CDC-INFO for the most current information about the enterovirus.


Please feel free to contact your school nurse if you have any questions.

MA Department of Public Health

(Information Link)



National Drug IQ Challenge




 Health Advisory

    Based on the recommendations of the Mansfield Health Advisory Committee, the Elementary Schools (Roland Green, Robinson, and Jordon/ Jackson) will implement a new practice beginning September 2011.  Birthday celebrations will be non-food events.

    As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has identified, establishing healthy eating habits during childhood is easier and more effective than trying to change unhealthy behaviors in adulthood.

For complete information (Link)