FDA alert regarding EpiPen auto-injectors and the authorized generic versionsEpipen auto injectors may potentially have delayed injection or be prevented from properly injecting. EpiPens are not being recalled at this time and patients and caregivers may use the EpiPens they have on hand but be aware of the potential issues.Please see the link from the FDA below for further information.
Coronavirus resources from the health office
Follow the link to learn more about influenza from the CDC & NJDOH. Here you will find information in Spanish and English.
To prevent illness wash your hands often and keep your child home when showing signs of illness.
Here is the link to the Flu Basics brochure in English: https://www.nj.gov/health/cd/documents/flu/flu_basics_eng.pdf
Here is the link to see the brochure in the other languages: https://www.nj.gov/health/cd/topics/flu_other_lan.shtml
A message from Nurse Skordinsky
The Health Office has seen an early start of the cold virus, nasal congestion, sore throats and flu-like symptoms. Please encourage and review with your students the importance of handwashing to help control the spread of illness.
Click on the link to for suggestions from the NJ Department of Education to help remind children When Should You Wash Your Hands?
And view the following links from the CDC and the NJDOH for more information.