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    Valerie Dattelbaum, LPN
    Alliance Academy for Innovation
    1100 Lanier 400 Pkwy.
    Cumming, Ga. 30040
    470-695-7823 ext. 572115
    Fax: 470-695-7825

    vdattelbaum@forsyth.k12.ga.us

     

    Clinic hours are from 8AM – 4PM

    Parents/Guardians,

     
    Welcome to AAI school nurse website.

    My name is Valerie Dattelbaum. It has been my pleasure to be a nurse in Forsyth County Schools since 2008 when I started as a sub nurse and  full time in 2009. My experience prior to school nursing has been in Dermatology, Dentistry, Ob/Gyn, Labor & Delivery, and Surgery. On a side note I also am trained in Massage therapy and Esthetics. Personally, I have 2 sons who are each moving on to their next stages in life. I am a little proud. J  I have had animals all of my life and have nursed them back to health too. My 2 cats keep me pretty entertained in my free time. When I am not playing with them I enjoy cooking and gardening.

    Please feel free to call me or e-mail me at any time with your questions or concerns.

    Services provided by school nurses include:

    1. Promotion of healthy lifestyles.
    2. Healthcare counseling or guidance to students, their families, and to staff.
    3. Identify health concerns by observation and assessment of needs, and provide appropriate care.
    4. Medication management.
    5. Immunization verification according to state guideline requirements.
    6. Screenings: vision, hearing, and scoliosis

     

    If your student has a chronic illness, please fill out the appropriate form (Action Plan and have it signed by their Physician) and return it to me. A new action plan must be submitted each school year. If your child needs medication while he or she is at school, whether it be a prescribed medication or an over the counter medication, a Request for Administration of Medication must be filled out and returned to me as well. The medication must be in the original bottle (pharmacy will gladly give a second bottle with label for schools) and brought in by a parent/guardian.

     Medications must be picked up by a PARENT/GUARDIAN, on or before the last day of school or it will be considered abandoned.  Abandoned medication will be destroyed in accordance with local, state, and federal laws/rules & guidelines by the school nurse and an administrator. Medications cannot be stored in the clinic over summer break

    If you child is to carry emergency medications (epi-pen, inhaler, insulin, glucagon, seizure medication) the appropriate form (Authorization to carry) must also be filled out by physician and kept on file in the clinic.

    If your student needs to check out early due to illness they must visit the school nurse and call home from the clinic for their absence to be excused. If they call from their cell phones and then report to the clinic, this will be unexcused.

     

    If your child has been out of school with any documented illness or injury please call or shoot me an e-mail so I can keep an eye on them. Thank you. Valerie  

     


    For other information, or for forms to turn into the nurse, please click here for the Forsyth County Health Services Page.