Health Services

The NREVSD District Nurse and health aides are committed to meeting the daily healthcare needs of our students, as well as being a resource to parents and staff. We are dedicated to promoting health and safety for all students in our district. Additionally, we strive to be advocates for every student’s physical health and wellness, as well as mental, social, and emotional well-being. 
 
What We Do
In addition to assessing and reacting to the daily needs of our students, including treatment of illness, contacting parents, and administering first aid: 
  • The District Nurse and health aides maintain the clinics and student health records for each school in the district. 
  • We complete vision screenings and referrals for grades K, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11 according to the Ohio Department of Health guidelines. 
  • We complete hearing screenings and referrals for grades K, 1, 3, 5, 9, and 11 according to the Ohio Department of Health guidelines. 
  • We serve as resources and educators to district staff on managing individual student health concerns and medical diagnoses. 
  • We monitor and report immunization compliance in accordance to Ohio Revised Code, and we communicate the legal requirements to parents/guardians. 
  • The District Nurse, with assistance from the health aides, develops emergency action plans for students with medically documented illnesses requiring emergent and/or rescue treatment at school. 
  • The District Nurse, with assistance from the health aides, develops individualized healthcare plans for students with medical needs/considerations during the school day that guide staff on appropriate care for the student. 
  • We administer medications as permitted by district policy, as prescribed by a physician: oral, rectal, ocular, aural, topical, inhaled, and injectable. 

Immunizations

Just a friendly reminder that the following immunizations are required upon admission to kindergarten and all new students entering the district, regardless of grade: 
  • Four or more doses of DTaP - a fifth dose is required if the first four doses were all given before the 4th birthday 
  • Three or more doses of IPV (polio) - the final dose MUST be administered on or after the 4th birthday 
  • Two doses of MMR 
  • Three doses of Hepatitis B 
  • Two doses of Varicella (chicken pox) 
 
All students entering seventh grade and all students new to the district in grades 7-12, in addition to the above vaccines, are required to provide proof of immunization for the following: 
  • One dose of Tdap 
  • One dose of Meningococcal vaccine 
 
All students entering twelfth grade are required to provide proof of: 
Two doses of Meningococcal vaccine, unless the first dose was administered on or after the 16th birthday.
 
The Board of Education policy regarding immunizations is available online. Follow the hotlink and search for Immunization.

For additional information about immunizations, visit the Clermont County Health Department website, https://ccphohio.org/immunizations/?

Contact Us

District Nurse: Kristy Baker, RN, BSN
513-553-3161
baker_k@nrschools.org 

New Richmond Middle School: Tracy Hamilton
513-553-3161
hamilton_t@nrschools.org

Locust Corner Elementary: Debbie Haun
513-752-1432
haun_d@nrschools.org
 
Monroe Elementary: Mary Henderson
513-553-3183
henderson_m@nrschools.org 

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