Silver Run Elementary

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For Forms and Documents, please click here

Welcome to the Silver Run Nurse's Corner.  My name is Wendi Carlon-Wolfe and I am the certified School Nurse here at Silver Run Elementary School.  Please take a few minutes to explore this site to get to know more about me and more about school health services.


Biography:
MSN - University of Delaware
BSN - Stockton University
RN - Helene Fuld School of Nursing
Active member National Association of School Nurses, NJ State School Nurse Association.  President Cumberland County School Nurse Association.

Contact information:
Phone:  (856) 293-2470
Email:  wendi.carlon.wolfe@millville.org
Efax:  (856) 440-1106
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Goals

  • Promote a healthy and safe school environment for students, staff and visitors.
  • Assist students in managing acute and chronic health conditions in the school setting; keeping students healthy, safe and ready to learn.
  • Serve as a health resource to the school community.


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Health History Update -   At the start of each new school year, parents/guardians are asked to complete a Health History Update form for you child.  This information is used to provide me with the most up-to-date health information for your child so I can best meet his/her healthcare needs during the school day.  If any  health information changes during the school year, please contact me immediately.  
Click here for a Health History Update form.


Communicating with the Certified School Nurse- Feel free to contact me if you have any questions/concerns related to the health of your child.  I do my best to return all calls by the end of the school day.  Be sure to provide the school with current emergency contact phone numbers.  If any numbers change during the school year, please remember to contact the main office.  I must be able to contact an adult in the event that your child is ill/injured during the school day.


Medication in Schools - Medication (prescription or over the counter) cannot be administered to any student without a written order from a healthcare provider and written parental permission.  All medications must be brought to school by an adult in an original container.  Students with asthma are required to have a completed Asthma Treatment Plan on file in the nurse office.  Students with significant food, insect or other allergies are required to have a completed Allergy Action Plan on file in the nurse office.  All medication orders are in effect for one school year only.  All unused medications must be picked up by an adult on the last day of school.  Medications not picked up are discarded.


Click here for the following forms:

Asthma Treatment Plan (English and Spanish) 
Allergy Action Plan
Medication Administration Form

 

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