• Nurse Powel I care  
    Michelle J. Powel, RN
    Office: 512-594-3935
    Fax: 512-594-3905
    Hours: 7:10AM - 3:30PM 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     **** NEW YEAR, NEW START, NEW MEDS NEEDED****
     
    Dear Parents and Guardians,
     
    Please remember to bring your child's medication to the school nurse.  Inhalers, Epi Pens, and daily medications should be brought to the Clinic with a medication administration form.  Please note that it is PFISD policy that all medication be brought to school and picked up from school by a Parent or Guardian.  Students are not allowed to transport any medications. Please click on "Health Forms" under the "Nurse Menu" on the upper left area of this web page and you will be able to print all medication forms or you may pick forms up in the clinic.  Please give me a call if you have any questions.  Thank you for helping me provide a safe learning environment for your children.
     
     
     

    IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS

    PRE-KINDERGARTEN (3 and 4 years) 

    4 doses of DTP, DTaP, DT
    3 doses of Polio
    1 dose of MMR on/after 1st birthday
    1 dose of HIB on/after 15 months OR 3 doses with the 3rd dose given on/after 1st birthday, and at least 2 months since dose #2
    1 dose of pneumococcal on/or after 24 months of age OR 4 doses of pneumococcal with one given after 1st birthday
    3 doses of Hepatitis B
    1 dose of Varicella on/after 1st birthday (if the child has NOT had chickenpox)
    2 doses of Hepatitis A on/after 1st birthday (may be 6 - 18 months between doses)
     
    KINDERGARTEN – 5th GRADE
     
    4 doses of DTP, DTaP, DT with one dose is on/after the 4th birthday
    3 or 4 doses of Polio with one dose on/after 4th birthday
    2 doses of MMR on/after 1st birthday
    3 doses of Hepatitis B
    2 doses of Varicella on/after 1st birthday (if the child has NOT had chickenpox)
    2 doses of Hepatitis A on/after 1st birthday (must allow 18 months between doses)
     *Note: HIB and Pneumococcal vaccines are not routinely recommended to children > 5 years