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Wards Creek Elementary Clinic

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Michelle Lee, RN – School Health Nurse
Clinic: (904) 547-8738  Fax: (904) 547-8735
Email: Michelle Lee

The clinic provides a vital service for our students at Wards Creek Elementary School. I always extend an open door policy for students, parents, teachers, and staff. If you have any questions about the St Johns County School District Medication Policy or Illness Guidelines please contact me. If you need medication authorization forms they are at the bottom of the page.

Due to the nature of communicable illnesses and during this time of COVID-19 Pandemic, in addition to symptoms of commonly occurring illnesses, any student presenting with the following symptoms should stay home and contact their doctor for further evaluation.

I need to Stay Home If…

  • I have a fever of 100.4 or greater. Students MUST be fever free for 24 hours WITHOUT the use of fever reducing medications, such as Motrin or Tylenol.
  • I have vomiting/Diarrhea within the past 24 hours
  • Children MUST be symptom free for 24 hours before returning to school.

CLICK HERE FOR St Johns County School District Illness Guidelines

All medications that need to be administered during school hours must have a Medication Authorization on file BEFORE the medication can be brought to school. This includes all prescription and over the counter medications, including Tylenol, Ibuprofen, any topical cream, ear drops, eye drops, vitamins and supplements. Local physicians are aware of the St Johns County Medication policy and will sign these requested forms. If you have any questions, please contact me at 904-547-8738.

Please select the link below to see the St Johns County School District Medication Policy.

CLICK HERE FOR St Johns County School District Medication Policy

2021-2022 Medical Management Forms:

ADHD Medical Management Form

Seizure Medical Management Form

Medication Authorization Form

Asthma Medical Management Plan

Allergy Medical Management Plan

Diabetes MMP/Pump

Diabetes MMP