Nurse: Debbie Rucker, RN
phone: 832-484-6284
fax: 832-484-6305

Clinic Assistant: Rachel Petrovich
phone: 832-484-6347

Welcome to Lemm Clinic

We are so glad to have to back for the 2017-2018 school year.

The clinic uses only heat, cold cloths, ice, Vaseline, Calamine lotion, hand lotion, soap, band-aids and salt water for the care of our students.

We do not give medications to students unless a parent has made previous arrangements.

No medication can be sent to school with the student, it must be brought to the clinic by a parent or guardian.

The clinic is always in need of donations.
We accept clothing (that is in good condition), new underwear and socks, band-aids, bottled water, hand sanitizer, laundry soap, dryer sheets, dish soap and many other items.

All forms that need to be filled out can be accessed via

The Klein ISD Health Services page

Klein Health Services


medicine bottle

1. All medications must be brought to & picked up from the clinic by a parent. Children are not permitted to transport medications.
2. The school may accept a sufficient quantity of medicine for one month.
3. Only prescription medication needed for the student to remain in school will be given by the school nurse.
4. Prescription medicine must be in its original container, kept in locked storage in nurse's office, and administered by the clinic.
5. No vitamins, health food, or herbal preparations will be given by the school nurse.
6. Over the counter medications will only be administered for a period of 2 weeks with written parent permission. A physician's note will be required for any OTC medication needed longer than two weeks.
6. Any leftover medicine not picked up by the parent at the close of the school year will be destroyed.
7. Medication prescribed "three times a day" can be given before & after school and at bedtime.

Illness & Absences

Please notify attendance if your child is absent due to illness. If your child has a fever, 100 degrees or above, the student will be required to stay home & can return to school once they are fever free for 24 hours without the use of Tylenol/Advil/Motrin. The student must be free from GI symptoms such as vomiting & diarrhea to be permitted to go to school. Your child can return to school when there has been no diarrhea for 24 hours. Remember, handwashing is the single most important tool for preventing the spread of illness.

Update Contact Information of Parents/Guardians

It is very important for the school to reach you at all times especially in the event of an emergency. Anytime a phone number changes, please inform the front office, school nurse & teachers.


Texas State Law requires immunizations to be current for admission to school. Please send a copy of your immunizations to the clinic anytime your child receives them. State law requires a student to be excluded for late immunizations. The clinic will inform you of any outstanding immunizations and permit ample time to accomodate those requests. Please view the links page on this website for immunization requirments.

Our Partnership

Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your child's development. Please feel free to visit the clinic to discuss any health concerns you may have. We look forward to helping your children have a safe, healthy, and positive school year.

Role of the School Nurse

1. Employed on a full time basis.
2. Vision & Hearing screenings are conducted for grades PK, K, 1, 3, 5 & students new to the district. A letter of referral will come home if your student does not pass the exams.
3. Acanthosis Niagricans is a marking found on the neck & is a required screening for grades 1, 3, 5. It may indicate a pre-diabetic condition. A letter will be sent home for a positive acanthosis nigricans marker.
4. Spinal Screenings will be conducted on all 5th graders. A letter of notification will come home for the parents review prior to the exam. If there is a concern, a letter of referral will be sent home.
5. KISD nurses are employed to give immediate attention to school-related injuries or illnesses. Nurses are not permitted to make medical diagnoses, therefore parents are always encouraged to contact their physicians.
6. In the event of sudden cardiac arrest, many of our staff members are trained in CPR and the use of AED"S.
7. Health education is provided throughout the school year. Topics include dental health, nutrition, handwashing & growth and development.

Parent Notes for PE exclusion

A parent note is accepted to excuse a child from PE/Recess for 3 days. A physician note is required for more than 3 days.
If your child is excluded from PE/Recess from the physician due to injury or illness, please include when the child is able to return to full activities.


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