Welcome to Osceola Elementary School Clinic
The clinic provides a vital service for our students at Osceola. I always extend an open door policy for students, parents, teachers, and staff. My hours in the clinic are from 8:00am to 4:00pm, Monday-Friday. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call or email me. I will be happy to answer any questions.
|Krystle Kelley, LPN School Nurse|
Click here for information on ways you can help your children to be physically active and to eat healthy foods.
I can administer medication during school hours. However I do not keep stock medicine in the Clinic. You may bring in ANY “over the counter” medication but it must be in the original container and be accompanied by a signed form signed by the parent AND the doctor! Over the counter medications include but are not limited to Chap-stick, Sunscreen, Cough drops, Antacids, Caladryl, Tylenol, Benadryl cream, Motrin etc. The Medication Authorization Form can be found below in the FORMS section of this page. Please also read the following Medication Policy
Click on the links below to view forms.
Medication Authorization Form **Medication forms must be submitted EVERY school year and/or if any changes are made to the type of medication or dosage.**
Allergy Medical Management Plan Document **If your child has asthma and/or allergies please fill these forms out and return them to the clinic.
Click on the links below to view helpful links.
The clinic is always looking for the following items: –
– Baggies of any size
-3 to 5oz. paper cups
-4oz. Juice boxes
-Boy or girl pants/shorts with elastic waists if possible and underwear sizes 5-8 & 10-12 are much needed in the clinic.
If you are cleaning out your child’s drawer and need a place to donate, please send it to the clinic.
-Fragrance-free, hypoallergenic and Alcohol free baby wipes