The goal of the GSA Nurse’s Office is to keep students healthy and safe by addressing their mental, physical, emotional, social, and health needs in order to support optimal learning.
Our school nurse accomplishes this by educating our students; promoting good health and disease prevention; organizing flu shot clinics; monitoring immunizations; administering medication; testing vision; providing first aid; training staff; updating medical charts; coordinating care; promoting infectious disease control; promoting health equity by assisting families with outside resources/services; maintaining the school counselors’ schedule; leading the development of health policies; advocating for students; promoting self-management of disease and optimal health; and coordinating the annual blood drive.
For Oct. 7 Flu Clinic information, click here.
Click here for the full GSA Health and Safety Guidelines. (updated Sept. 18)
Looking for information about quarantine or isolation?
If someone TESTS POSITIVE in your household: Parents and guardians, if your child or anyone else in your household tests positive for COVID-19, let us know as soon as possible. We need the first and last name of the person with the positive case, their date of birth, their town of residency, and your phone number.*
To report between 8 A.M. and 2:30 P.M. on a school day, please contact School Nurse Nikki Jaffray at (207) 374-2808, ext. 131, or email@example.com
To report between 2:30 and 8 P.M. on a school day, please contact Head of School Tim Seeley at (207) 266-0158 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. On weekends and other days when there is no school, please contact Mr. Seeley between 9 A.M. and 8 P.M.
If reporting by email, please put “Reporting a COVID-19 Case” in the subject line.
Faculty and staff also should report a positive case in their households the same way.
*The information you report is CONFIDENTIAL. Mrs. Jaffray and Mr. Seeley will collect it, and they will share it only with those who need it to help with the Maine CDC case investigation.
Click below to learn about COVID-19 symptoms.
Our prescreening app questions and paper prescreening tool were derived from this sheet, but this sheet also lists less common symptoms. This sheet says that if you have two or more of these less common symptoms, stay home. Though these less common questions are not part of our prescreening app and paper screening tool, many of these symptoms are a good reason to stay home even if they are not related to exposure to the coronavirus. Contact School Nurse Nikki Jaffray with questions at email@example.com or (207)374-2808, ext. 131.
Click below to learn about handwashing.
Click below to learn about wearing a facemask.