thinking about you and wishing you well. We are available to provide health and wellness support via email,
phone conference, or video conference. Please reach out to us so we can address any concerns you may
have or schedule a chat. If you have a life-threatening emergency situation, you should contact 911 immediately. If you believe your child is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 please keep him/her home from school and contact your primary care physician.
We can be reached via email Monday – Friday between 730am - 230pm.
exposed to this virus. Although it may be difficult to remain away from school and friends, social distancing can
reduce the spread of the disease. Here are some additional steps you can take to protect yourself and your
● Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
● Use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
● Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
● Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
● Stay home if you are sick. Ask a friend or neighbor to go to the store for you.
● Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily.
Below are some additional resources for updated information regarding COVID 19.
1. Cook County Department of Public Health (CCDPH) COVID-19 Hotline # 708-633-3319
4. Phone Advice Line Guidelines for Children (2-17 years) or Adults (≥ 18 years) with Possible COVID-
Please take care of yourselves and your families.
Christine Goeppner RN, BSN, MA, PEL-IL/NCSN,
Attention Incoming Freshmen
The School Code of Illinois requires that each student entering 9th Grade have a physical examination completed by a licensed physician, advanced practice nurse or physicians' assistant. Class schedules will not be issued without a completed physical and up to date immunization record on file with the school nurses. Parents/Guardians must complete and sign the Medical History section as well as the Emergency Information section. Please turn in the completed physical to the school nurses office as soon as possible. The physical form below may be printed out.
Attention Seniors (12 Graders)
Meningococcal Conjugate Vaccination (MCV4) is a requirement for all 12 grade students in Illinois. Your student must show proof of having received 2 doses of MCV, unless they have received their first dose after 16 years of age. Please provide documentation from the physician's office as soon as possible. No schedules will be provided to 12 grade students until this requirement is met.
Click the link for Illinois School Physical and Immunization Form
Click the link for the Illinois School Dental Form
Click the link for Online Concussion Resources from the CDC
Suicide Prevention Resources
Asthma Action Plan
Centers for Disease Control
Illinois Department of Public Health