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Measles Information
Important 2017 Measles Information
Please click on the link below to access a letter distributed by the New Jersey Department of Health concerning the second laboratory-confirmed case of measles in New Jersey.

Measles 2017 Public Health Alert

District Head Lice Procedure and Rationale
Please see the files below on additional Head Lice information
Give Kids a Smile
Friday, February 3, 2017 is "Give Kids a Smile Day".
Participating dental offices offer free dental care for children ages 12 and younger. Facilities participating in Bergen County are:
Edgewater Pediatric Dentistry- Edgewater - 201-313-5437
East Hill Dental - Englewood 201-568-2532
Englewood Dental - Englewood 201-871-3555
North Jersey Dental Group - Fort Lee - 201-461-4800
West Ridgewood Dental Professionals, Ridgewood 201-652-8875
Washington Dental Associates -Bergenfield 201-384-2425
Spaces fill up quickly so schedule your appointment early. For more information or to find locations for family or friends in other NJ counties, please go to their website:
Sports-Related Eye Injury Fact Sheet
Head Lice Prevention and Control
National Association of School Nurses Provides ďDonít Be Bugged by Head LiceĒ Information Ė News media have recently reported the rise of treatment-resistant head lice. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides evidence-based resources for many health issues, including head lice. In addition, the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) has partnered with the pharmaceutical company, Sanofi Pasteur on the educational initiative Headfirst Lice Lessons to help school nurses and parents deal with head lice. For more information, go to the CDCís Head Lice Prevention and Control web page and the NASNís online Head Lice Resources page.
Influenza Information for Parents
Please see the file below to learn more about influenza. provided by the CDC.
Pertussis Cases in Monmouth County Report see file below
Rutgers University Meningococcal Disease Information
The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH), local health officials, and Rutgers Student Health are investigating two cases of meningococcal disease associated with Rutgers University-New Brunswick. Meningococcal disease is an infection caused by the organism Neisseria meningitdis.
Please see the File below for more information.
Coxsackie Virus Information
​Coxsackie Virus Information. -see files below
Mealses Information
You can learn more about measles by logging on to the Bergen County Department of Health Services website at www.bergenhealth.org or by calling 201-634-2600 and asking to speak to a Public Health Professional regarding Measles. If you have specific questions or concerns about your childís health, please contact your healthcare provider.
Discussion Topics
Influenza Information for Parents
 Asthma Treatment Plan.pdf
Asthma Medication Form - All Schools
 Coxsackie virus in New Jersey.pdf
Coxsackie Virus Information
 Designee Form0001.pdf
Emergency allergy designee form
 emergency-care-plan allergies.pdf
Epinephrine Emergency Care Plan
 Head Lice procedures.pdf
Head lice procedures and rationale
Health History Form - Elementary Schools Only
 Healthy Kids October Highlights.pdf
October Nutritional Highlights
Immunization Form - Elementary Schools Only
 Medication authorization[1]byrd.doc
Medication Authorization Byrd School
 Medication authorization[1]central.d
Medication Authorization for Central School
gers_Fact_Sheet_05 03 2016 106426.pdf
Rutgers University Meningococcal Disease Information
Physical Examination Form - Elementary Schools Only
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