Snowy Range Academy

Our Nurse’s Office

At SRA, we are fully committed to the health of our students. Our registered nurse looks after each student’s physical and mental well-being while on our campus.

Our school nurse is responsible for checking the general health of students. She also works in the area of communicable diseases, accidents, and illnesses that occur at school.

Annual Emergency & Health Information

Please fill out or update your child’s emergency and health information on InfoSnap completely and accurately so that we can take the very best care possible of every student. It is important that we know about all medical conditions, medications, and any other information that may affect our students and their learning at school. It is also crucial that we have the most up-to-date contact information so that we can get a hold of you in case of an emergency or illness or when your child simply needs you.

Remember to let us know if your contact information changes or if your child receives a new medical diagnosis, starts taking a new medication, or experiences any other significant change in health status during the school year. 

Medication Policy

Please be aware of our school district’s medication policy:

  • Parents must provide all medications for their children. We do not stock medications for general student use at the school.
  • Parents must complete and sign (and have the doctor sign if it is a prescribed medication) a medication form for every medication their child must take at school. This includes both prescribed and over-the-counter medications such as Tylenol, Motrin, cough drops, and the like.
  • Every medication (including over-the-counter medications) must be in its original container. This means that even cough drops must be in the original bag with ingredient, dosage, and expiration information.
  • Students may not carry medications with them while at school. We will store all medications in a locked cabinet in the nurse’s office. We make an exception for inhalers and insulin, which students may carry with them if the parent(s) and doctor decide it is appropriate. In such cases, the student’s parent and doctor must complete and sign the proper paperwork.