Below are some links to health related items. If you have any questions, please contact one of our nurses.
Health Service Office Guidelines
The following guidelines briefly highlight the protocols practiced in the Health Service Office.The school nurse Ms. Hahn, is always available to consult with you should you have any questions or concerns. For a handy summary of these guidelines, including medications and immunizations, please download the document below:
How sick is too sick?
Parents may wonder whether they should send their child to school if the child has symptoms of illness or is being treated for an infection or communicable disease. Also, the child may have sustained an injury which would preclude his being in school for his own safety and well-being. At times, children will become ill or injured at school and parents will be contacted to take the child to a medical facility or home.
The following guidelines can help parents, caregivers, and school staff as they determine “How sick is too sick?”
Lead in Water Testing
As recommended by the Minnesota Department of Health, Parnassus Preparatory School conducts lead in water testing every five years. Samples are collected and analyzed during this cycle, which ensures that every building is tested every five years.
Testing results are available upon request through the Director of Operations, who is the designated contact person for the district’s lead in water program. They can be reached at 763-496-1416 ext. 219.