Kiroli School Nurse Page
Here you will find needed health forms, current health news, OPSB illness policy and much more. If you have health questions or concerns in regards to your student here at Kiroli, please contact our school nurse via phone: (318)396-1118.
Is Your Child Sick?
OPSB Policy states that students CAN NOT return to school with fever of 100.4° or greater, vomiting, and/or diarrhea for 24 hours after the onset. They can return once symptoms have stopped for 24 hours WITHOUT medication.
Should my child attend school today?
Keeping students healthy can be a major effort for both school personnel and parents. Here are some guidelines to consider when deciding whether your child should attend school.
Helpful Health Guidelines For School Attendance
School Nurse Updates and News
Check this section for up to date health news from Nurse Aimée. I will update on illness related issues and do my best to leave you with a little health nugget each month.
Does your child require medication at school? Please download and print the medication packet found in the link below. This packet must be completed and medication brought to school by a parent/guardian. The medication must match the medication prescribed on the doctor’s orders and a current prescription label must be attached. Kiroli Medication Packet
Other health forms:
Health Information Sheet
Kiroli Handbook – School Nurse Information
Follow the link below to read the Ouachita Parish School Medication Policy. Also listed are the screening programs provided by our school nurse.
Kiroli Handbook – Nhttps://files.gabbart.com/1828/handbook_22-23.pdfurse (scroll to page 15)
Immunization Schedule 2021
Follow the link below to review the required immunizations for school aged children.
About Nurse Aimée
Aimée Swanner is our school nurse. Also known as “Nurse Aimée” to her school kiddos, this is her eighth year at Kiroli. A Louisiana Tech graduate with over 20 years of maternal/child experience, Aimée began her career in the school system when her oldest son started kindergarten at Kiroli. Before becoming a school nurse, she worked in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at St. Francis Medical Center.
Nurse Aimée says, “I love my job as the nurse at Kiroli. I hope every child feels love and compassion each time they visit my office, pass me in the halls or see me out in public. We all need a little extra kindness in our life. I hope that my Kiroli kiddos find that kindness in me and my nursing care.”