Lake Nona Middle has a full time School Health Assistant on campus. When a student gets sick at school, a pass must be obtained from a teacher. From the clinic, parents are notified depending on the child’s illness.

It is very important that every student has a completed Emergency Student Contact form on file with the school. Any changes to parent contact information (phone or address) must be reported to the Registrar as soon as possible.

Students needing occasional medication, such as antibiotics, are to take the medications at home if possible. However, if medications MUST be given at school, it must be brought in by a parent and the authorization forms will be filled out. The medication MUST be in original container and clearly labeled with the child’s name. Medications should be delivered to the Clinic before school starts. Students are not allowed to carry any medication, over-the-counter or prescribed, at any time during the school day. Any medication found with a student will be taken away and parent notified. Students with an inhaler must carry with them written notification from their Health Care Provider (forms available in the clinic).

For more information, please contact our School Health Assistant.