Linda Merola, RN is our school nurse. Her office hours are from 8:15-4:15 daily. Her phone number is 571-434-4504 and the main office fax is 571-434-4501.Experience:
The school clinic stocks Tylenol. Other medications may be brought in for your student by an adult only. Medication should be brought in its original box or container. Please contact Mrs. Merola if you have any questions. For medication forms or other health forms or questions, go to the Loudoun County Public Schools Student Health Services web site.
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Physician order forms for medication, severe allergy, asthma, diabetes, and seizures will not be sent home at the end of this year for students who require medication at school. These forms are accessible to you or your physician through the Loudoun County Public Schools Student Health Services website: https://www.lcps.org/site/Default.aspx?PageID=2014
Click on Medication at School - Parent Information under Student Health Services.
If your child will need medication or medical care at school, you and your child’s physician will need to complete and sign the required forms. There are specific forms for students with severe allergy, asthma, diabetes, and seizure disorders. There is also a general medication administration form for prescription and over-the-counter medication.
We ask that you bring in your child’s medication with the corresponding form the week before school starts (August 31-September 4). Students are not allowed to carry medication to and from school.
Please inform clinic staff if you would prefer to have the forms sent to you.
Contact Information Address:
400 W. Laurel Ave., Sterling, VA 20164