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Deep Creek Central Elementary
Serving Students Grades K-5

2448 Shipyard Road
Chesapeake, VA 23323
Phone: 757.558.5356
Fax: 757.558.5358


 Office Hours: 7:30-3:30

School Hours - 7:55-2:24

 

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Nurse's Corner

Don't forget your seasonal flu shot

and your second dose of H1N1 vaccine.

(Chesapeake Health Dept Phone 757-382-8609)

For more information on H1N1, please contact the direct phone number to the Virginia Department of Health:
1-877-ASK-VDH3 (1-877-275-8343).

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Nurse's corner

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5th grade Parents Tdap booster shot needed for 6th grade.

HPV vaccine for girls

Health and Wellness links

(new links for Reye's Syndrome

and chicken soup remedy for cold/flu)

Swine Flu information

See Elmo's flu prevention and hand washing tips

Parents are reminded about the following items:

MRSA prevention and cold prevention strategies

  • Disinfect shared surfaces often

  • Hand wash always or use an alcohol based hand-sanitizer

  • NO sharing of towels, razors, deodorant, clothes

  • Cover Wounds

  • Cover cough/sneezes with elbow, not hands

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Please do not send students to school with

diarrhea or vomiting even if you have given

medication for this.

Please do not send students to school with a

fever (100 degrees or higher) even if you have

given them medication. Students should be

fever free for a complete 24 hours without the use

of fever reducing medications such as Tylenol

(acetaminophen) or Motrin and Advil (ibuprofen).

Students are not allowed to bring any type of

medication to school, this includes prescription

or over the counter medications. A parent or

another adult authorized by the parent are the

only way medications are to be brought to

school and are to be given to the nurse. Also,

all medications, prescription or

others, must have a written order

from a physician in order for them

to be given to the student.

Don't forget to have good hygiene!

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K. Hulce - TOY
CONGRATULATIONS

Mrs. K. Hulce

DCCE Teacher of The Year

2016 - 2017


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