My name is Liz Albrecht and I am the registered nurse here at SJH. I have worked for the district as a school nurse for the past 7 years. Prior to my school nurse career, I have 15 years of hospital nursing.
I am excited to be here at Skyview and look forward to meeting as many of you as I can. Feel free to stop by my health room if you have any health questions or concerns. Please keep me updated on any changes with your teenagers health.
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From The Nurse:
We have seen an increase of flu in both King and Snohomish County and we have had flu, cold and stomach viruses in our Skyview community. With these circulating it is more important then ever to check your child every morning for signs of illness, and if they are ill to keep them home.
Contagious illness is always with us and can be spread in a variety of ways. For example, the flu is spread when a person who has a virus coughs, sneezes or speaks and sends the virus into the air. The virus enters the nose, throat or lungs of another person and multiplies. It is important to teach everyone not to share personal items such as food, drink containers, water bottles, lipstick etc as these items can harbor and transfer germs between people.
We are trying to ensure that all of our students and staff stay as healthy as possible. Hand washing is the number one way to reduce spread of illness. We are reminding students to be diligent in washing their hands while at school. Hand gel will be available to students in rooms that do not have access to sink and water. In order for hand gel to be effective, it must contain at least 60% alcohol. We are also reminding students to cover their coughs and sneezes. Getting enough sleep at night and good nutrition also play a role in staying healthy. Flu shots are recommended for all children age 6mo to 19yrs and adults, especially those with chronic health conditions.
When your child is ill, he/she is more likely to contract other illnesses. Your child also exposes other students and staff when he/she comes to school sick. If your child has any of these symptoms, please keep him/her at home until the symptoms subside.
These are the same guidelines that the school nurse uses to evaluate students who may need to go home:
Students should be fever-free without fever reducing medication and no vomiting/diarrhea for 24 hours before returning to school.
It is not unusual for students to feel better in the morning and then worse as the day goes along. The school is not equipped for prolonged care of your sick child. We require that you or an emergency contact will pick up your sick child within the hour that you are called. It is important for the school to have a list of local emergency contacts that are available to pick up your child in the event that we are not able to reach you. Please notify the school if there are changes to your contacts.
We need everyone’s cooperation, to be better able to provide a healthy learning environment for our students and staff members. Please contact me if you need any additional information.
Thank you for your cooperation,
Liz Albrecht RN,
425 408-6806 email@example.com
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