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Treatment plans, medication forms, sport's physical forms and immunization information can all be found at the bottom of the page. Get things turned in early, so I can make sure everything is in place to ensure your child has a healthy start to the 2023-24 school year!

There is a lot of health information on the website, but if you have any specific questions, please send me an email at
[email protected] and I'll be happy to respond.

Vaccination Requirements

You can view your child's immunizations in ParentVue, under the Health/Immunizations tab.  School immunization records are not automatically updated when students receive vaccines.  You can scan/email it to me at [email protected], please also include the registrar, Artanzah Francis, [email protected]  or you can bring a hard copy into the front office.  Everything  you need to know about the School Health Program and role of the School Nurse can be found at Office of Student Health Services

The  PWCS Health Mitigation Info will keep you updated on all the COVID recommendations/protocols. If you have general questions contact the Family Support Line at 703-791-7845.

Emergency Plan Don't have an EMERGENCY...Have a PLAN!
All health treatment plans must be renewed annually and can be found at the bottom of this page. Please print a copy and take it with you for the Provider to complete during your child's evaluation. Make a copy of the completed plan for yourself and email a copy to me and I will make sure that your child's team is aware of the plan. In addition to the health treatment plan, please remember to fill out a medication form FOR EACH medication that your child will need to take during the school day. 

Important Information:

  • Management of Diabetes in the School Setting- Regulation 757-6
  • Diabetic Treatment Plan
  • Regulation 757-4 regarding Administering Medication Form
  • Medication Administration Regulation- School personnel cannot administer ANY medication without having the appropriate documentation signed by the parent, on file in the clinic. All prescription medication must also be signed by the ordering provider.  An adult must personally deliver the medications to the school nurse. Medications may not be sent in with the student.  All medication (prescription & over-the-counter MUST be in an unopened, original container and will be kept in the clinic. It should be provided in the smallest quantity possible, as space is very limited.
  • Regulation 757-7 regarding Epileptic Seizures- Remember to also complete the Parent Questionnaire, along with the Seizure Treatment Plan.
  • Regulation 759-1 for Concussion Management
  • Regulation 757-5 for Asthma Medications to Students Form
  • Virginia Asthma Action Plan Form- (Even if your student plans to "Self-Carry" their inhaler, a completed plan MUST be on file in the clinic with the appropriate box checked in the lower right corner of the plan WITH the provider's signature and your student must stop in and see me with their inhaler to tell me where they plan to keep it and ensure that their name is on the dispenser.)
  • Regulation 757-2 Food Allergy Treatment Plan- Please complete ALL attachments
  • Regulation 757-3 Management of student with Health Treatment Plans- Tube Feeding (attachments 1,3,5 &6) & Catheterization (attachments 1,2 & 6)

Sports Physicals

Middle School Sports Physical Form