Nurse / Health Office
Ms. Jurgita Katkauskaite, BSN, MSN, CSN, RN
Ms. Celeste Cott, BSN, CSN, RN
Outside Number: 732-376-6062
Outside Fax: 732-638-1014
PARENTS: Please make sure all emergency contact information listed on the Emergency Card is kept current and accurate. Photo ID is required when picking your child up from school, you must also be listed as an emergency contact.
Coronavirus (COVID 19)
The flu, as well as bronchitis and pneumonia, has hit New Jersey. Many staff, as well as students are getting sick. Symptoms are coughing, sneezing, sore throat, nausea, headache, vomiting and fever. If your child is complaining of any of these symptoms please DO NOT SEND THEM TO SCHOOL. A large number of students, upon arrival at school, go immediately to the nurse's office vomiting and with fevers.
These illnesses can last for more than a few days and often reoccur if a child re-enters school to soon. It is important to remember that sending a sick child to school places other children in their class at risk.
If your child is taken ill at school, we will call you immediately to contact the person you have designated on your emergency card. Under NO circumstances will a child be allowed to leave the building alone.
Please keep your emergency contact numbers current.
Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated.
Tdap and Meningococcal Vaccine
In accordance to Chapter 14 Regulation 16 of the State Sanitary Code from the New Jersey Department of Health, as of December 2006, all children age 11 and entering the 6th grade are required to have the Tdap and Meningococcal vaccines by the first day entering 6th grade in September.
If your child has complied with this new requirement, or is in the process of complying, it is your responsibility to provide this documentation of each vaccine received to the school as soon as possible.
Your prompt action is appreciated in this matter.
Should you have any questions, please call us at 732-376-6062.