The Boston Latin School Health Services address the physical, mental, emotional, and social health of all students. It promotes health and wellness and supports student success in mind and body.
The School Nurse:
The school nurse is your health gateway to the school.
For more information on the school nurse’s role, immunization and health requirements, physical exams, and other health services for students in Boston, please visit this link www.bostonpublicschools.org/Page/709
According to a newly revised District Wellness Policy, all students attending secondary school in the Boston Public Schools are permitted access to free condoms at their school, along with appropriate health education and counseling services. As a parent or guardian, you may ask the school not to give your child condoms.
Downloadable Asthma Action Plan (AAP) for students who may need to use their inhaler in school. Please print out a copy for the doctor to fill out, sign it, and return to the school nurses as soon as possible. Please discuss with the doctor and your child the importance of having their rescue inhaler available at all times. A renewed AAP should be turned in at the start of every school year.
Downloadable Emergency Action Plan for students with anaphylaxis (potentially life-threatening allergies).
Please print off a copy to take to your child's medical provider and then return to the school nurses as soon as possible.
We recommend that you remind your child to carry their epipen on his/her person at all times.
This Action Plan needs to be renewed every school year.
Please call the Health Room with any questions or concerns.
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