Health and Wellness on CSEC's campus
CSEC is unusual in that it employs a full-time RN on the campus. Our administration knows that learning and health, whether social, emotional or physical, goes hand in hand with being able to learn. In addition to immunization compliance and providing support for chronically ill students, we are available to respond in emergencies and for all the minor bumps and bruises incurred on the campus. We also evaluate students who are feeling ill to see if they need to go home, or if can we support them with treatment and/or rest, to make it through the school day. We also help coordinate contact with teachers if a student is going to be out for an extended time due to illness, or surgery.
On our campus students are allowed to carry over-the-counter medications. Medication needs to be in original packaging (bottle/container). Students may not share any medication with other students.
If your student is on a prescription medication, those meds are kept in the nurse’s office and will be dispensed, as ordered, by your physician.
|Shawn Hunt, RN BSN||Nursefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sallie Pearson, RN BSN||Nurseemail@example.com|
Emergency and Medical Information Form * (webform) This form is required to be enrolled at CSEC.
Immunization Information & Form * (download) A copy of your student's immunization record is required in order to enroll at CSEC. We will accept records directly from your doctor’s office or from the previous school. Or you may have your physician complete the chart.
- Immunization records may be faxed directly from your doctor’s office or from your previous school to 719-528-7006.
- You may have your physician complete this certificate.
- You may sign the waiver/exemption area on the form.
Medication Administration Form (download)
Filling out the Permission to Administer Medication Form will give CSEC’s Registered Nurse permission to administer over-the-counter (OTC) medication to the student when needed.
Authorization to Administer Medication (download)
The Authorization to Administer Medication is to be signed by your health care provider, giving the school nurse permission to administer prescription medication in school. This form must be filled out and signed by you and your Health Care Provider (HCP), if your child is taking prescription medication during school hours.
Diabetic Packet - This is required to be filled out completely, with your physician, for any student that has diabetes. Please return completed packet to the school nurse. These forms are required to be filled out completely with your Health Care Provider (HCP), and signed by you and your physician before the first day of school.
Allergy & Anaphylaxis Packet - When your child has an allergy and may require medication such as Benadryl, an inhaler, or an epi-pen. These forms are required to be filled out completely by you and your Health Care Provider (HCP) and signed by you and your physician before the first day of school.
Asthma Packet - When your child has asthma and has a prescription to carry a medication (even if it is not all the time). These forms are required to be filled out by you and your Health Care Provider HCP, completely and signed by you and your physician before the first day of school.
Epilepsy/Seizure Disorder Packet - When your child has Epilepsy and/or Seizure Disorder, these forms are required to be filled out by you and your Health Care Provider (HCP) and signed by you and your physician before the first day of school.
State of Colorado Immunization Requirements
Senate Bill 10-056 requires that schools send a Parent Immunization Letter to parents of students in child care/preschool and K-12th grades yearly.
The link to this letter with updated immunization requirements in Colorado is below. We have provided them in English and Spanish.