Nurse's Page

SRHS School Nurse Homepage                   

Patricia Brannan,RN
Jaime Holofchak, RN

End of year clinic info for parents:


-If your child has medications or health supplies in the clinic, please come by and pick them up May 31, 2017. Any medications left in the clinic after this date will be destroyed.


-If you child has a chronic health concern (asthma, seizures, diabetes, life threatening allergy, etc) please watch your mail for a 2016/2017 care plan! Please get these completed prior to the start of school next fall so we will have the information we need to start the year off right!


-Reminder: We do not have allergy medicine in the clinic. If your child suffers from seasonal allergies, please have them take their medication at home prior to coming to school. 

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine Information for Parents

Click Here for School Entrance Health Form Instructions

Click here for School Entrance Physical Exam Form

Click here for school immunization requirements

Click here for the medication administration permission form

Click here for the Non-Aspirin pain reliever form



~Protect your skin~

-Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States.

-Always wear Sunscreen! Use sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30. Apply at least half an hour before sun exposure and reapply often.

-Try to avoid sun exposure between 10:00am and 4:00pm when the sun is most intense.

-Wear a wide-brimmed hat to protect your face.

-Avoid the tanning bed!


 ~Protect your eyes~                                        

-Wear appropriate sunglasses to protect your eyes! Make sure your glasses will block 99%-100% of both, UV-A and UV-B rays. Check the lenses for scratches, bubbles, and distortions and make sure they will eliminate glare and squinting.



Ticks become more prevalent as the weather gets warmer. Not only are they annoying but they spread disease. Decrease your chance of acquiring a tick-borne illness by:

-Recognizing tick habitats                            -Dressing appropriately

-Using repellents                                            -Doing tick checks regularly

-Removing ticks promptly                            -Removing them properly with tweezers by                                                                                               the head

~Outdoor Sports~

-Always wear a helmet when riding your bike or skating.

-Take head injuries seriously.

-Never swim alone.

-Don’t dive headfirst into unfamiliar water.

-Take frequent rest and water breaks to avoid heat exhaustion

The BCPS nurses are excited to receive Grant Funding from the 
Bedford Community Health Foundation to move the school clinics into the digital age.  A BIG thank you to the Foundation Board for recognizing and supporting this need. Watch for more information to follow as we connect to CAREDOX for our Electronic Medical Records in the school clinics. As a parent you will have an active role in this process to allow for a quicker easier way of communicating your child's health information.