​                    Medical Safety Training ​
​For School Staff and Parents​​

Health Records

Immunization Certificate

MA Hea​lth Record Provider Form

School Nurses

Kerry RichardsonKerry Richardson is the full-time Delaney School nurse. The 2008-09 school year marked her first year of employment with the Wrentham Public Schools. She has twenty years of practical nursing experience and a first-hand appreciation of the Wrentham Public School system having three children enrolled. Kerry received her Bachel​​or's Degree of Science in Nursing from American International College and gained considerable experience at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. She has also obtained extensive community health nursing experience working at Dimock Community Health Center and as a maternal child health visiting nurse.​


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Health Services Protocols


Lice Letter

When to Keep Your Child Home From School

Wellness Page

MA Immunization Guidelines

MA General Laws: Vaccination and Immunization

Julie CashmannJulie Cashman is the part-time Delaney School nurse. The 2010-2011 school year marked her first year of employment with the Wrentham Public Schools. She has eighteen years of practical nursing experience. Julie received her Diploma in Nursing from St. Elizabeth's School of Nursing in Brighton, MA and her Bachelor's Degree of Science in Nursing from Curry College in Milton, MA. She has gained considerable experience at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Brighton and has also obtained extensive community health nursing experience working with the Visiting Nurse Association. Julie comes to us with experience in School Nursing from The Boston Higashi School in Randolph, MA & St. Joseph School in Holbrook, MA.


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Health Forms
Nurse Emergency form

Allergy Update & Allergy Action form​​

Asthma Update form
     Asthma Action Plan

Medication Order & Authorization form

Seizure Update & Medication form

Carly-Rae AkroucheCarly-Rae Akrouche is our full-time Roderick School nurse. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth. In 2008, Mrs. Akrouche began her first year of employment with the Wrentham Public Schools as a substitute teacher and in 2011 she began substituting as a nurse at Wrentham and worked as a full time nurse during the Summer Institute. Her prior experience in nursing includes working as a medical-surgical nurse at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Brighton and as a perioperative nurse at Boston Eye Surgery and Laser Center.  Carly-Rae received her School Nursing License in 2016.​ ​


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School Nursing Links

The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network

Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America

American Diabetes Association

Know what to do about the flu

U.S. Department of Agriculture-Steps to a Healthier You

Massachusetts Department of Public Health

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention



Food items provided for general consumption must comply with MA General Law c 111 223 "An Act Relative to School Nutrition":
  • Water, low-fat milk, and 8 ounces of 100% juice
  • Fresh fruit and vegetables
  • Snacks made of at least 51% whole grain, 200 calories or fewer per serving, and pre-packaged
  • No artificial sweeteners or trans fats 
State and Federal Resources:
School Nutrition at a Glance
Smart Snack Calculator
Choose My Plate

Overall Wellness Information for Kids and Pa​​rents from Kids.gov

At Wrentham Public Schools:
Wellness Policy 
Wellness Policy Implementation Procedure*
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Food Services (School Cafeteria)

Parent Safety Presentation

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Students have 20 minutes of recess every day, outside (weather permitting) in addition to at least one physical education class a week. Students who need help in developing gross motor skills also have periodic Adaptive PE classes. Recess is supervised by multiple staff who carry a walkie talkie in the event that they need to communicate with the school nurse or office. Wrentham Public Schools does not practice class-wide discipline by denying recess to students. Individuals may be required to finish assignments before going out or to sit out of play for five minutes due to poor conduct. 

Kindergarten through Grade 3 alternate between two areas for recess. One is an open field behind the school with a shed of equipment which includes hula hoops, jump ropes, rhythm flags, and balls for various sports. At this time the school has established a committee to look into the possibility of building a new play structure in this area. The second Delaney recess spot is  in front of the Vogel Building. It has a smaller open area for running around, a play structure with swings, and black top for playing four square or drawing with chalk.
Preschool students have a brief daily recess in an ADA compliant, enclosed playground in front of the Vogel Building and beside the one used by the other grades. 

Grades 4 through 6 use a playground next to the building for recess. It includes a basketball court, a play structure with zip-line and monkey bars, and an open area for various sports. General sports equipment like basketballs, jump ropes and Frisbees are provided, and students are allowed to bring their own sidewalk chalk or footballs. Students are not allowed to bring personal electronic devices out to recess.


​Be germ smart! Remember to wash your hands.​