School Nurse - Sonia Marquez RN



Welcome to the East Cliff Nursing Page.

Communication between parents, students and the nurse is essential in providing a positive school health experience.  Please let me know if your child has a special health requirement so we may discuss specific approaches in meeting those needs.

The GPISD policy states ALL MEDICATION MUST BE KEPT AND GIVEN IN THE NURSE'S OFFICE.  Please understand that by following the medication procedure, you will be preventing medication errors due to possible confusion or miscommunication.  Medications MUST be kept in an original container or a labeled prescription bottle accompanied by a completed PERMISSION TO ADMINISTER MEDICATION form.  Medication received in any other form (plastic baggies, etc.) will not be given.  Your pharmacist will dispense a properly labeled school container upon request.  For the safety of all students, medications will not be sent home with children.  Parents must pick up their children's medication from the nurse.  Medications will be discarded at the end of the school year if not picked up.

KG, 1st, 3rd, 5th grade and new students hearing and vision screening will be held early in the fall semester. 

Immunization records will be updated throughout the school year. Your child may be withdrawn from school if required immunizations and documentation are not received by the school nurse. Please check Texas immunization school requirements at
  http: //www.dshs.state.tx.us/immunize/school/default.shtm

 

If your child has a fever (100 degrees or higher) or vomiting in the evening or morning before school, he/she should NOT come to school that day.  This policy supports the ill child and prevents unnecessary exposure of other students to illnesses.  Please report communicable diseases (Ex: chicken pox, measles, conjunctivitis, strep throat, Fifth's Disease, etc.) to the nurse's office.

Your knowledge and experience with your child is a valued part of their health care.  My goal for each student is to help your child develop a positive self-image and enhanced health awareness.  Your child is very special to me and I am pleased to be their school nurse. 


Please contact me if you have any questions.
Sonia Marquez
smarquez@g-pisd.org
361-777-4255 EXT. 2203


Every Child Deserves a School Nurse