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Health 
Services 

The mission of Crookston Public School's Health Services is to create, provide and sustain a school health system that promotes and supports student achievement, health and well-being.

The nurse, Stacey Grunewald, goes to various schools and has different hours, below is her tentative schedule.  Hours and location can vary.

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Stacey Grunewald RN, PHN, LSN

School Nurse

Washington:  (218) 281-2762

Highland: (218) 281-5600  Ext.2404

High School: (218) 281-2144  Ext.2237 

Email: staceygrunewald@isd593.org

MONDAY/TUESDAY
Highland    7:45am – 3:35pm
       

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY
Crookston High School   7:45am – 3:35pm
   

FRIDAY

Washington   7:45am – 11:00am

Highland   11:00am – 3:35pm

(To be completed by a Guardian)

IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS

Minnesota law requires written proof of certain vaccinations for children in child care, early childhood programs, and school. However, if a child has a medical reason or if his/her parents are conscientiously opposed to any or all of the vaccinations, a legal exemption is available. 

MEDICATIONS

Medications should be administered at home under the supervision of the parent/guardian.  However, there are cases when students will require the administration of medication during the school day. 

(To be completed by the Medical Provider and Guardian)

(To be completed by the Medical Provider and Guardian)

IS MY CHILD WELL ENOUGH TO GO TO SCHOOL?

These guidelines are intended to help you decide whether your child is healthy enough to go to school. Call your school health office if you have any questions about your child's illness.

Contact you student's school every day they are absent. Your phone or email message should include: child's name, teachers name or grade, reason for absence, and please include their symptoms (fever, sore throat, ...).

Your child must stay home if they have: 

  • Fever of 100 degrees or higher

  • Vomited

  • Diarrhea

  • Rash that is not yet diagnosed

Your child may return to school: 

  • 24 hours after last episode of vomiting or diarrhea

  • 24 hours fever free, without fever reducing medicine

  • Feels well enough to fully participate in school

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