We are the Tallmadge School Health Services Team from Akron Children's Hospital. We are dedicated to supporting the academic success of all children and youth through health promotion, education and child advocacy. School Health Services nursing staff are an extension of Akron Children’s Hospital in the school community. We promote and advocate for student health and wellness in school. We help manage patient populations and individual student health needs in the school setting. If you have any health questions or concerns, please contact the District RN or your school's clinic staff.
Fri Mar 22 2019
Flu season is still with us. Please keep your student at home if they have a fever above 100 degrees. They need to be fever free for 24 hours without medication before returning to school. I have included information about cold vs. flu for your information. Remember, the most important way to prevent illness is to wash your hands properly and often.
All incoming 7th graders need TDap and meningicoccal vaccines and incoming Seniors need to have a second meningicoccal vaccine. These are required by the state. In order to facilitate this, I have arranged for Health Heroes to come to our Middle School and High School to administer these on Wednesday, May 1st to the 6th and 11th grade students. Please look for the Parent letter and consent forms. Fill out the consent forms entirely and return them back to school by Thursday, April 25. I have attached the parent letter and consent form on the right. If you have any questions or concerns, please give me a call.
Tallmadge Middle School/District RN
Beth Wyslutsky, BSN, RN, LSN, NCSN
Graduate of St. Louis University in St. Louis, MO
Clinical Coordinator/District RN
330-633-4994 ext. 6025
work cell: 330-819-4658
Kelly MacDonald, M.A.
Mary Avery, M.A.
Tallmadge High School Clinic