Wellness

  • Vernon will have a new Health Aide for the 2019-2020 school year (TBA).  The Health Aide attends to student first aid and administers medications everyday from 8:30am-2:45pm.

    Vernon's School Nurse is Rob Nicholson RN, and 2019-20 is his third year at Vernon.  He's in the Office one morning per week (Thursdays), but can be reached anytime during the day.

    Vernon School takes its commitment to good health very seriously.  Office staff are regularly trained to administer medications to students and give basic first aid.  Medications (prescription and non-prescription) that need to be given during the school day require a signed authorization from the parent.  Medications must be received in original containers with doctor's name and prescription and dosage information clearly visible.  Please contact the School Office for more information.

    A defibrillator machine was installed at Vernon School in 2011.  Staff have been trained to give basic first aid, CPR, and to use the defibrillator to assist in an emergency until paramedics arrive.

    Vernon School is committed to the safety and welfare of our students and staff. Vernon School has a Emergency Response Plan that is updated and reviewed each year with staff. Emergency Drills occur on a monthly basis.

    The Oregon Office of State Fire Marshalls provide valuable resources for our school and families - http://www.oregon.gov/osp/SFM/pages/yfpi.aspx#School_Resources

    2-1-1INFO FAMILY - RESOURCE FOR FAMILIES WITH YOUNG CHILDREN

    211info Family is a free resource for parenting information, advice, and resources (birth-8). Any parent or caregiver can dial 2-1-1, email children@211info.org, or text the term "children" to 898211 and connect with a masters level parent educator who will listen, offer suggestions and support, and make connections with resources. It's free and it's confidential.