Coleman Middle School cares about the health and welfare of ALL students. A clinic worker is available during school hours to assist with your child’s illness or injury while at school.
It is imperative to update telephone numbers and emergency contacts with the school so that in the event of an emergency involving your child we can reach you quickly.
Reasons to Keep Your Child at Home:
Health Management Plans:
Please provide the school clinic with all your student’s past and current medical information relevant to his/her well-being to care appropriately for him/her during school hours by completing the appropriate Health Management Plans (links below). All Health Management Plans must be revised every year for any changes.
All medications, both prescription and over the counter, must be accompanied by a School Administration of Medication Request form (link below) and must be brought to the clinic. Students are not allowed to carry any medications on them, including asthma inhalers, during school hours without a physician’s signature on the corresponding health management plan (or a letter written by your doctor authorizing the use of medication while in the classroom). All medications must be kept in the original labeled container. Medications stored in envelopes, baggies, etc., are not to be administered or allowed at the school. Medications brought to school during the school year must be picked up at the end of the year.
7th Grade Immunization Requirements:
All students entering the 7th grade must have a valid Georgia Form 3231 meeting the new requirements. You can read about it following the link below:
Worried about paying for your child’s medical care if an accident should happen?
K-12 Accident Plans available through:
Health Insurance Care also available through:
PeachCare for kids
If you have any questions or concerns, please call the clinic at 678-407-7410
Angeles Stamm, clinic worker