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Health Services

Sara Speight
District Nurse
sspeight@nc.k12.mo.us
573-386-3326
 Cheryl Henley
High School Health Aide
chenley@nc.k12.mo.us
573-386-3309
Marty Rumbaugh
Auxvasse Elementary Health Aide
mrumbaugh@nc.k12.mo.us
573-386-3326
 Tresa Dame
Williamsburg Elementary Health Aide
tdame@nc.k12.mo.us
573-254-3103
Lora Ireland
Hatton-McCredie Elementary Health Aide
lireland@nc.k12.mo.us
573-642-4333
To prevent the potential spread of illness or a communicable disease, students exhibiting symptoms of illness will be sent home from school.  North Callaway Schools have a 24 hour rule.  A student should not come to school if during the previous 24 hours they exhibit any of the following symptoms. 
  • Temperature of 100 degrees or higher, without the use of fever reducing medication.
  • Vomiting or diarrhea
  • An unusual or unexplained rash
  • Persistent cough
Ongoing symptoms of discomfort that would interfere with the students functioning in class.  Exception made with a physician's note.  Students with a communicable disease should have a release from their physician to return to school.

Please call to schedule a meeting if your child has been diagnosed with any of the following:
  • Asthma
  • Diabetes
  • Seizure disorder
  • Severe allergies: insect stings, food allergies, environmental changes
  • Heart condition
  • Any other serious condition not listed here
  • Self carry medication, i.e. inhalers, EpiPens
These conditions require the district to have emergency action plans and medical alerts, for the safety of your child. 
The files and links below provide more information and forms regarding your child's health.
 Documents
 Links
 

Health Services

 
Missouri School Immunization Requirements
Information About Head Lice
Clinical Signs and Symptoms of Influenza
Missouri Department of Social Services
Missouri Tobacco Quitline Information