Health Suite

Logos Academy does not employ a school nurse. For this reason, we would rather medication be given at home than at school. Staff can administer medication, but please familiarize yourself with the medical guidelines found in the family handbook.

Health problems and acute injuries that occur outside the school hours are the primary responsibility of the family and care should be obtained through the family doctor.

A student must remain home for 24 hours after:

    • A fever of 99.9 or higher (24 hours from the time the fever broke and student was without medicine for fever reduction)
    • Beginning treatment or antibiotics for any contagious diagnosis 

Upon receiving a phone call from the school office for any kind of illness or suspicion of illness, parents/guardians must pick up their students immediately. If the parent/guardian can not be reached, persons listed as the Emergency Contact will be contacted to pick up the student. 

  • Physical exams are required for students entering 6th and 11th grade.
  • Updated immunization records or exemption forms are required for students entering 7th and 12th grade.

New medication and new documentation must be provided at the start of each school year. Medication must be picked up at the end of each school year. If medication is not picked up by a parent/guardian it will be disposed of.

    • You and your physician must complete and return the following forms.
    • Medication listed on the medical form must be provided to us (with an expiration date that lasts the entire school year) along with the documentation.
    • Documentation must be kept up-to-date throughout the school year in order for us to serve your student. 
    • Any accommodations made to the National School Lunch Program (breakfast and lunch) for food allergies must be supported by documentation from a licensed prescriber. This will also alert teachers of any food allergies should snacks be brought into the classroom.

New medication and new documentation must be provided at the start of each school year. Medication must be picked up at the end of each school year. If medication is not picked up by a parent/guardian it will be disposed of.

    •  You and your physician must complete and return the following forms
    • Any medication listed on the medical form must be provided to us along with the documentation (with an expiration date that lasts the entire school year).
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