Marsha Gainspoletti, RN (Nurse G.)

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Marsha Gainspoletti

 

Marsha Gainspoletti

Phone: 469-762-4210   ext, #43040

Fax: 469-762-4211

email:  mlgainspoletti@forneyisd.net

 

 

 

WELCOME TO THE FALCON CLINIC!

With background in Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health & Med Surg

Neurology, I look forward to helping our students with any of their health needs.  

The goals of the Falcon Clinic are to accommodate our student's health needs,

educate them on safety and health issues, as well as ensure maximized time is

spent learning in the classroom. I have been the school nurse at NFHS for 3 years

and love working with our students.  If you ever have any questions or concerns,

please call or e-mail me and I will be happy to help you.

 

Medications

If your child should need medication during school hours the Medication Administration Form  must be filled out. 

ALL medication must be in the original container labeled with child's name  and prescription label if applicable.

Allergies

If your child has an allergy that requires medication, please fill out an Allergy Action Plan (see form below) and provide clinic with needed medication.

Asthma

If your child has asthma that requires medication, please fill out an Asthma Action Plan (see below) and provide clinic with needed medication.

Diabetic

If your child is Diabetic, please send their Diabetic Plan, Dr. orders, medication and supplies that are needed for their specific care.

Seizures

If your child has seizure that requires medication, please fill out  a Seizure Action Plan (see below) and provide clinic with needed medication.

Click here to Download Allergy Action Plan-2.doc

Click here to Download Asthma Action Plan-2.doc

Click here to Download Seizure Action Plan.doc

 

 

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FISD is committed to the health and safety of all students.  Students will be sent home if they exhibit any of the following symptoms, he/she may be excluded from school:

  • Temperature of 100 degrees or above (May return to school when fever free for 24 hours without fever reducing medication)
  • Diarrhea and/or vomiting X2
  • Red eye with discharge or crusting
  • Scaly patches on scalp
  • Intense itching with evidence of open lesions or signs/symptoms of secondary infection
  • Open, draining lesions
  • Undetermined rash
  • Any individual with an acute febrile illness or other prodromal systemic symptoms and a definite rash, regardless of cause
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