Please keep your contact information current, so you can be easily reached when your child needs you during the school day. To make changes, please contact the registrar.
Make sure your child knows at least one parent/guardian phone number.
Please send in a copy of any immunizations that your child receives over the summer or during the school year so the school records can be kept up to date.
Consider placing a complete change of clothing in your child’s back pack.
Per CISD policy: A student with the following symptoms will be sent home from school :
temperature of 100 degrees or more (37.7 Celsius)
vomiting or diarrhea
suspected contagious condition/illness
too ill to function in the classroom
severe stomachache, headache, or earache
PLEASE NOTE: A student should not be sent to school if fever-reducing medication is required to get the temperature below 100 degrees. To help keep our Cox family healthy, students should be fever free/vomiting free for 24 hours before returning to school following an illness.
Some children have health-related dietary restrictions. Please contact the clinic if your child has any type of food allergy.
We recommend that foods eaten in the classroom contain no peanuts/nuts of any kind.
Lunch is eaten in the cafeteria; your child MAY bring peanut/nut containing foods for lunch.
When planning birthday celebrations, we request the following:
Check in with the teacher a day or two in advance regarding any restrictions.
Per district policy, homemade items are no longer permitted.
Food items should be in the original store packaging with the nutrition label intact.
Items may only be served during your child’s lunch period
Medications (over the counter or prescription) to be administered at school:
must be delivered to the clinic by the parent and signed in with the nurse.
must be in the origianl container and labeld for age-appropriate use. New containers are preferred.
Presciption medication may not contain more than a 90 day supply.
Over the counter medication bottles may not contain more than a 30 day supply.
All medications, including cough drops, must be kept in the clinic during the school day.
Students may not transport medications to and from school.
All prescription medications must include the pharmacy prescription label. This includes inhalers. (Sample medications must be accompanied by a note from the physician with dosing instructions.
If you use assistive technology and experience difficulty accessing the document below, please contact the nurse.
There are 2 Required immunizations Â for in coming 7th graders . Â They are Tdap (Tetnas, Diptheria & Acelluar Pertussis) & Meningitis (MCV4). Many children receive these during their 5th grade or 6th grade routine doctor visits. Please provide an updated immunization record to the school nurse whenever your child receives new vaccines.