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District Nurse

STUDENT COVID-19 SCREENING FORM (for use when students return to in-person learning)

The DCS district nurse, Julie Liskiewicz, is available to discuss health concerns and answer student and parent questions.  Please contact her at 734-424-4100 ext.1051 or email liskiewiczj@dexterschools.org. 
 
District nurse duties include follow-up on immunizations, injuries, and health concerns, writing emergency plans for students with medical needs, certifying First Responder Teams in each building in First Aid/CPR/AED, and educating staff about student health needs.

Sharing/Updating Medical Information for Students

Each September, we ask all families to review and update student information in our Registration Gateway. One question asks if there has been a change in the student's medical information and directs parents to contact the school nurse with that info.
 

Please use the Medical Update Form to any time there is a significant change to an existing student's medical information (including medication changes or significant health events and diagnoses). This information will be used only to meet this student's health and educational needs in school. It will be kept confidential and will only be shared with staff on an as-needed basis. 

Emergency Plans

Please contact the district nurse if your child has a health condition that requires an emergency plan to be in place for his/her care and treatment. Examples of such conditions include: insulin dependent diabetes, seizure disorders, severe asthma, anaphylactic reactions to foods or insect stings, etc. The nurse is on call for medical concerns or injuries such as asthma attacks, sprains, strains, etc. In the event of a serious emergency, 911 will be called. Parents are always contacted in the event of an emergency.

For students who need to have an Allergy Action Plan, we have a form that parents can bring to appointments to be completed by the physician. Some offices prefer to use their own form, that is fine, too.  

Medications