Mary Van Hoomissen, RN, MSN
Office Hours: M-F 7:30am-3pm
Phone: 916-786-8676 Ext. 5126
GBHS Health Office Services
Granite Bay High School provides a wide range of health promotion services under the direction of the school nurse.
Student Illness or Injury
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Health office info
Students should not attend school if:
•The student has a temperature. The student may return to school after having a normal temperature for at least 24 hours while not taking any fever reducing medications (ex. Tylenol or Motrin).
•Antibiotics are prescribed. The student may return to school after taking the antibiotics for a minimum of 24 hours and a temperature <100 degrees F for at least 24 hours without taking any fever reducing medications.
•The student is vomiting. The student may return to school approximately 24 hours after symptoms resolve, and is able to tolerate a normal diet.
•The student has diarrhea. The student may return to school approximately 24 hours after symptoms resolve, and is able to tolerate a normal diet.
•The student is diagnosed with a communicable disease or illness. (ex: conjunctivitis, Influenza, Pneumonia, Strep Throat, Pertussis, head lice, Chicken pox, impetigo, scabies).
•The student has severe cold symptoms, upper respiratory infection, a persistent cough, or other symptoms that would interfere with effective school participation.
There have been many questions concerning the passing on SB 277 this summer and how it might impact students for this upcoming year. Here are some helpful resources to better understand the new law. You can also check out the immunization section on the Resource page.
California Department of Public Health
SB 277 FAQs