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

Health Records

Immunization Certificate

MA Hea​lth Record Provider Form

Delaney School

Kerry Richardson

richardsonk@wrenthamschools.org​

508-384-5433 x1050

​Julie Cashman

cashmanj@wrenthamschools.org

508-384-5433 x1050​​


Roderick School

​Carly-Rae Akrouche

akrouchec@wrenthamschools.org​

508-384-5433 x3050​​​​


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

 

Health Services Protocols

Medication

Lice Letter

When to Keep Your Child Home From School

Wellness Page

MA Immunization Guidelines

MA General Laws: Vaccination and Immunization


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


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Wellness

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*
​​*Updated Fall 2015*
Food Services (School Cafeteria)

Parent Safety Presentation

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Recess!

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.