Meet Our Nurse

Mrs. Ashley Woolsey, RN

Phone: Front Office: (210)564-1520 Ext. 3 Fax: (210)619-0320

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Registered Nurse

Mrs. Ashley Woolsey, RN

Hello! I am the nurse at Hartman Elementary.

My Goal for the Hartman Clinic is to keep all students healthy and in class, so they can achieve the highest levels of academic success.

When to Keep Children Home

  1. Fevers over 100 degrees
  2. Vomiting
  3. Diarrhea
  4. Any physician diagnosed contagious disease

*It is recommended that children be sent to school if they have any other condition not listed above.

If you have questions or need clarification, please contact the clinic at (210)619-0325*

Immunizations

Texas law requires that all children attending school have an up-to-date immunization record on file. Children who do not have the required immunizations will not be permitted to attend

school. A copy of the original shot record with month, date, year and validation must be presented at registration.

If a student does not have up-to-date immunizations, they will not be able to continue or register for school. If a student gets new immunizations, the new record must be presented to

the clinic for a copy to be made.

Yearly Screenings

All students have their vision, hearing, and growth screenings done every September during their elementary school years, as well as any new students to the district. Any student found

to have a deficiency will have a referral sent home with them. Please contact the clinic with any questions you may have.

Here are a few tips to help you keep your children healthy and to minimize illness from spreading at school:

  1. Students with 100 degree or more temperature is considered a fever and will be sent home. The student should remain at home until they are fever free for 24 hours WITHOUT fever reducing medications (Tylenol or Motrin).
  1. Medication at school must be in original container with specific instructions, name of student, physician, name of medication, dose and time. A signed parent consent form must also be signed. Non-prescription medications will NOT be administered unless written instructions from a physician and signed parent consent are presented to clinic.
  1. Please inform the clinic of any health problems/concerns so appropriate forms can be completed. School personnel will provide first aid for injuries/illness that occurs at school only. Injuries from home should be taken care of at home.
  1. It is the parent’s responsibility to provide the school with CURRENT phone numbers and emergency contact information. If a parent cannot be reached for seriously ill or injured children, the child will be transported by EMS and JISD does NOT assume any financial responsibility.
  1. Dietary modifications require a special dietary from that must be filled out and signed by a physician. Dietary substitutions for preference, etc. are the responsibility of the parent/guardian. 

       6. When a child does not feel well or has a minor injury he/she must get a clinic pass from their teacher.

Alert! FLU Information

Parents, please be aware that there always seems to be a virus going around the schools. If you want to get the flu vaccine, this is the time to do it. This is the time of year for allergies,

colds and unfortunately the “FLU” as well. As always, students come back to school and they are enclosed in a classroom most of the time. It is very easy for them to pass any ailments

they may have to every other student in the class.

Please remember the flu shot/mist will not always prevent you from getting the flu, but it will keep you from having a full blown case of the flu. Once you receive the flu shot, it will take

10-14 days for your body to build up the immunity against the flu. If you are exposed to the flu during that time, then, yes, you can get the flu. It is a common misconception that if you

receive the flu shot/flu mist, you can get the flu. You CAN NOT get the flu from the flu shot.

General information about the flu:

  1. When coughing or sneezing, turn your head away and down, then cough into your elbow.
  2. Wash your hands frequently, especially after using the restroom or blowing your nose.
  3. Students don’t want to miss school and if you come to school sick, you have already spread it to 20-25 people.
  1. If you are running a temperature of 100.0 or greater, you will need to stay home until the fever is gone for 24 hours without using Tylenol or Motrin.
  1. Get a good night's sleep. This is the time your body recuperates and fights off germs.

**The clinic policies can be found in the Judson ISD Student Handbook**

Please feel free to contact me with any further questions or concerns you may have, and I will respond to your email or phone call within 24 hours (school day).

Thank you, and let’s all strive to have a safe, happy, and healthy 2019-2020 school year! 

Mrs. Ashley Woolsey, RN