• Kelly Mill Colts!!! 
    Welcome to our clinic page!

    Your student’s health is important at Kelly Mill Elementary School!

Phone: 440111


Degrees and Certifications:

Jenifer Aquino

  • CLINIC HOURS 7:00-3:00

    Students are able to access the clinic during their school day by requesting a clinic form from their teacher if they are ill or injured. If your child was seen during their school day, a copy of the clinic referral slip will be in their bookbag giving details of their visit.


    • If their temperature is 100.4 or higher
    • If they are actively vomiting
    • If they have diarrhea
    • If they need to be seen by a physician
    • If the school nurse feels it is in their best interest

    I Have Listed Some Information Below That Should Help Answer Questions You May Have Regarding My Role And The Operation Of The Clinic At Kelly Mill:
    • Epi-pens, Albuterol, Benedryl, Tylenol, or Cough Drops cannot be supplied by the school. Medications of any type, even over-the-counter medications, should never be delivered by the child. We ask the parent to please bring medications to the clinic and fill out a Medication Administration form prior to the nurse administering it.
    • A doctor's signature on all Care Plans and medication forms for prescription medications that will be given for longer than a two-week period is required.
    • Food allergies of any kind are not recognized by our cafeteria staff unless we have a Food Allergy Action Plan signed by a doctor. These forms may be found on the Forsyth County Schools website or you may pick up forms from the nurse.
    • Please keep our staff and the school nurse informed of any health conditions that could affect your child while at school.
    • Children do have accidents at school: please be sure to send a change of clothing in their backpack to keep at school. This is for every grade, even older students have accidents/spills.
    • Children may not return to school until a fever of 100.4 degrees or greater, diarrhea, and/or vomiting has stopped for a full 24 hours without the aid of medication.
    • If your child has seen a physician and has ordered antibiotics, please keep your child home for 24 hours after the antibiotics have been started.


    • Please make sure if your child wears glasses or contacts that they bring them to school for screenings.
    • If your student did not pass the first screening, a second screening will be done by a nurse and you will be notified if the results require a referral for further care.


     More information can be found on our FCS Health Services page.