Clinic

My name is Kristen Mikkelsen.  I am a graduate of the University of Texas - Health Science Center San Antonio with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.  I have been a Registered Nurse for 23 years with experience from Adult ICU, NICU, Mother/Baby, Case Management and School Health.  I have been the RN School at WMS since 2011. We are a retired military family with 3 adult children, all who graduated from PWC schools.  My twins are now both juniors in college and my oldest daughter is in graduate school.


The health and safety of your child is my priority and the purpose of the School Health Program is to create an environment of wellness that supports student learning. Please help me by filling out a health treatment plan if your child has a chronic illness or requires special medical treatments. My door is always open to discuss any health concerns you may have.




****ALL MEDICAL FORMS CAN BE FOUND AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE FOR YOU TO PRINT AND COMPLETE AT HOME.****



Important FAQ's regarding the clinic...

1) Can the school give my child pain medication for their headache?  

The school clinic does not have ANY bottles of medications to distribute to a student at a parents request.

2)  Can my child have medication at school?  

Yes.  You may provide the school with an UNOPENED bottle of medication for the nurse/staff to administer to your student as needed.  There is a quick form that needs to be completed and signed by the parent/guardian.

3)  Can my child bring medication to school?  

No!!  DO NOT send any medication of any kind to school with your student.  An adult, 18 years old or older, must transport all medication to and from school in accordance with the PWCS Code of Behavior.

4) Who needs to complete the medical paperwork for my child?  

If it's a medical condition that requires prescription medication, the doctor and the parent/guardian both complete the paperwork.  

If it's for over the counter medication, only the parent/guardian needs to complete the necessary paperwork.


Medication 

 

If your child requires medication during school hours it is important that you complete the REQUIRED over-the-counter medication authorization form (Attachment 1 of Regulation 757-4). This regulation pertains to any substance considered medication, including pain medication, eye drops or oral numbing medication.  New as of 2011-12, students can now self carry cough drops without checking into the clinic first. 


Students found carrying unauthorized medications at school may be subject to disciplinary action in accordance with the PWCS Code of Behavior. This regulation is for the safety and wellness of ALL students at WMS. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call or email the school nurse.


Scoliosis Screening

Scoliosis is a developmental abnormality of the spinal column that may occur in otherwise healthy children during the growing years from ages 10 to 17.  The early diagnosis and treatment of scoliosis is important.
The fact sheet presents an explanation of scoliosis and an at-home screening methodology for parents.
Please Report your Student's Illnesses 
It is important that you call to report your child's absence as soon as possible, especially when it is due to illness. Please give basic information regarding your child’s illness when calling, stating if he or she has a fever and if there are any other symptoms of influenza. Please do NOT wait to report their illness until they return to school. Thank you for doing your part to help keep Woodbridge Middle students, families, and staff members healthy.


View health forms and regulations.