Blakely Morris, RN, BSN
Garrison Pilcher Elementary School
277 Hall Road Thomasville, Georgia 31757
School nurses positively affect academic success, student and staff wellness by the provision of health services and healthcare education to the school community.
Medication Consent Form: This form should be printed, filled out, and brought to the school nurse if you would like for your child to take any type of medication while at school.
Medication in the Clinic:
ALL medication must be in the original prescription bottle with the student's name on the prescription label. Expired medication can not be kept in the clinic and will not be administered to students.
PLEASE REMEMBER: NO MEDICATION OF ANY KIND IS TO BE TRANSPORTED TO SCHOOL BY A STUDENT. PARENTS/GUARDIANS MUST BRING MEDICATION TO SCHOOL AND ENSURE A SIGNED CONSENT IS ON FILE IN THE CLINIC.
Flu Season is Upon Us!
Please remember that your student must be without fever for a full 24-hours without the use of fever-reducing medicine (Tylenol, Advil, Motrin, etc.) before they can come back to school after being sick!
You can find helpful information in the link below from Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. This link may help answer questions about whether your child is ready to come back to school or not. You're always welcome to call the school nurse's clinic if you have any questions about whether your child is ready to come back to school.