School nurse with student.As a registered nurse, I am here to provide emergency medical care, screen students for illness, teach health maintenance, administer medication, administer physician ordered treatment and/or procedures, and sometimes to be a good listener. If I can be of help to you or your children, please do not hesitate to call the clinic at 723-3735.


Jennie Miller, RN
Office: 804-723-3735
Sick Line: 804-723-3696


Always update the clinic emergency cards with any new medical information or changes in phone numbers. You may also call with these changes as well.

Sick at School

Your student should obtain a pass from his/her teacher to go to the clinic. The school nurse will contact you by phone. Students are NOT to to use their cell phones to text or call you directly.


Please access and print forms on the division Health Services page.

The following forms may be picked up from the clinic or requested from Jennie Miller.

  • Memorandum of Understanding for Private Duty Nurse

  • Release of Medical Information

  • Medically Fragile Health Services Plan

  • Medical Procedure Order Form


You will be called to pick up your student for a temperature 100° F or higher. Students with a temperature 100° F or higher will not be allowed to return to school until they have been fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication such as Tylenol, or Advil.

Be aware that some combination cold medications contain these ingredients. Please resist the temptation to give acetaminophen or ibuprofen, send your student off, and cross your fingers. The fever may be reduced, but their contagiousness will not be.


  • A medication administration form must be completed for each medication and signed by a parent/guardian annually and immediately if changes occur.

  • ALL MEDICATIONS must be brought to the school by a parent/guardian.

  • Prescription medication must in the ORIGINAL container supplied by the pharmacy. Many pharmacies will provide a “school bottle” for prescription medications. Just ask the pharmacist.

  • Medication labels must contain the student’s name, name of medication, directions for use and fill date. Physician’s order and medication labels must agree.

  • ANY medication given more than 10 consecutive school days must be authorized by a physician in writing (including non-prescription medication). The prescription label on the bottle will be accepted as the physician’s order for those medications given for less than ten consecutive school days.

  • Non-prescription medication must be in the ORIGINAL manufacturer’s container.

  • No medications will be accepted in a baggie or an unlabeled bottle.

Epi-Pens & Inhalers

Students are allowed to carry inhalers and epi-pens if a written order is received from the physician stating they may do so.

Cough Drops

May be carried by students and do not require written permission from the parent. The clinic DOES NOT carry cough drops.


Please encourage your child to eat before coming to school or eat breakfast in the cafeteria. The clinic DOES NOT have snacks.

Health Screenings

Health Screenings are conducted each year as a free service to Hanover County students. This is done to identify any physical problems which may impact their ability to learn. 10th graders are screened for vision and hearing. If your child has an abnormal screening, a letter will be sent home indicating the need to follow up with your family physician.

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