School Health Services

Sherri Yarbro
Tipton County Schools Coordinated School Health

Cindy Hogg, RN, BSN
Director, Health Services
Le Bonheur, Healthy Schools-Tipton County
Tipton County Board of Education
CHogg@tipton-county.com

Crestview Middle School Nurse: Ms. Marcia Murray

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COORDINATED
 SCHOOL HEALTH 
NEWS LETTER 

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New Shot and Immunization Requirements


NEW HEALTH VIRUS OUTBREAK!
Stay informed about a new stomach virus that is going around.
NORO Virus Read about it here.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Immunization for 7th Grade (PDF Format)

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Immunization for New Students in Student Handbook (PDF Format)



 

 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

NEW INFORMATION 

REGARDING IMMUNIZATIONS

IMMUNIZATION INFORMATION UPDATE MAY 28, 2014:

State Immunization Information-In a letter with the subject "NEW STATE IMMUNIZATION RULES AND CERTIFICATES," The Tennessee Department of Health (TDOH) has issued new immunization rules and is issuing a new official certificate that is required for entry into school effective July 1, 2010. All newly required vaccines are routinely recommended for all children. Most children should have already received them.

Immunization Requirement Summary: Tennessee Department of Health Rule 1200-14-1-.29


~~ There will now be only one official TDOH certificate of immunization that must
 be filled out by medical providers for delivery to schools prior to entry of their
 child into pre-school, Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 7th grade, or as a new student. This form
 will only be available from a private healthcare provider or local health department.

~~ Children entering the 7th Grade, who are already enrolled, must show proof of two new immunizations. See below.

~~ For 7th grade students already enrolled in Tennessee schools, only proof of the two new immunizations is required on the new immunization certificate.

Summary: Tennessee Immunization Requirements (TDOH 1200-14-1-29)

Children entering 7th Grade
~~New Immunization Requirements
~~~~Tetanus-diphtheria
-pertussis booster (Tdap)

~~~~History of Chickenpox (varicella) OR 2 doses of vaccine

If you have any additional questions, please contact:
Cindy Hogg, RN, BSN
Director
Health Services
Le Bonheur
Health Schools-Tipton County
Tipton County Board of Education
(901) 837-5600
CHogg@tipton-county.com E-Mail

                           


                                                                               



FEBRUARY 17, 2017

Weekly Wellness Insights

Did you know that your heart is about the size of two hands clasped together? This essential organ beats 100,000 times per day! Each minute, your heart pumps 1.5 gallons of blood. According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is your greatest health threat as it's the leading cause of death for both men and women.


February Health Observances

This week, we are highlighting American Heart Month!

Here are 10 tips on how to eat healthier for your heart:

1.       Make your meals. Prepare foods at home so you can better control the fat and salt content in your meals.

2.      Only sprinkle salt. Use as little salt in cooking as possible. You can actually reduce the salt in most recipes to just half.

3.      Look at labels. Choose foods low in saturated fats, trans fats, cholesterol and sodium. (Learn more about reading food labels here.)

4.      Do lower-fat dairy. This includes milk, yogurt and cheeses. Start with two percent products, then move to one percent and finally to fat-free to adjust to the new taste.

5.      Stock low-sodium products. You might also find no-salt-added products. Be sure to drain and rinse any canned goods to reduce their salt content even further.

6.      Look for "loin" or "round." Select lean cuts of beef and pork, especially cuts with "loin" or "round" in their name.

7.      Be a master (heart-healthy) chef! Bake, broil, steam, stir-fry or grill foods instead of high-fat frying.

8.     Go fish! Aim to eat fish more regularly. Great options include salmon, lake trout, albacore tuna (in water), mackerel and sardines.

9.      Enjoy more "plant-proteins" at meals. Examples include black beans, chickpeas, soybeans and lentils. In addition to protein, they are also excellent sources of fiber.

10.  Raise only one (or two) glasses. Too much alcohol can raise your blood pressure. If you consume alcohol, it's recommended that men should have no more than two drinks per day, and women only one.

 

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