Health Clinic
    Students Health Services Makes It Happen!  
    Clinic Hours
    7:40 AM -3:10 PM

    Reminders from the Health Office:

    Rapid REVIVE!Loudoun County offers a shortened format of the training, called Rapid REVIVE! This version allows individuals to complete the training in six minutes. After watching a short video and then providing their contact information, participants receive free naloxone nasal spray. This version is available anytime. No registration is required.

    To start the training:
    •Visit loudoun.gov/rapidrevive for Rapid REVIVE! in English
    •Visit loudoun.gov/reviveespanol for Rapid REVIVE! in Spanish

    Let’s be safe!

    All medications prescribed or over the counter must be brought to the school’s health office by a parent/guardian. Without a doctor’s order the Health Office staff cannot administer any kind of medication including but not limited to cough drops, anti-itch creams, etc. Please go to the “Health Forms/Medical Documents” link on this page to access the appropriate forms and receive more detailed information.

    Let’s be comfortable!

    All ages can benefit from keeping a change of clothes with their belongings. No matter the grade, food/liquid spills and mud happen. Ready access to a change of clothes your child feels comfortable in will prevent the loss of valuable classroom time as well as avoiding unnecessary calls home. Parents should not be worried about how to provide with those items as they could be handy in their child’s backpack.

    Let’s prevent injuries!

    Please make sure your student has appropriate shoes for daily recess. Footwear should be closed toe with supportive soles
    Please click the link below for documents to take to your childs doctor.

    Ms. Mary Marsh
Last Modified on November 6, 2023