Mission Statement

All students will become powerful thinkers, effective collaborators, and compassionate contributors in preparation for success in a dynamic, interdependent world.


Health Clinic


Christine Santa, RN 

Clinic Hours: 8:30am - 3:30pm 

Phone: 860-844-3041 ext 5450

Fax: 860-413-9295

email: nursekelly@granby.k12.ct.us 


Downloadable Documents and Forms
Health Resource Links
Immunization Requirements for Granby Public Schools

Early Child Health Assessment Record (Yellow Form)

Health Assessment Record (Blue Form)



School nurses are often asked when it is appropriate to keep a child home from school and when they may return after an illness. The chart below can help with these questions. For more information, please contact your school nurse. 


Stay Home or 

Go to School?


 Chicken Pox    


Children with chicken pox must stay home from school until ALL spots are dried and crusted, typically 5-6 days.

 Cold with mild  symptoms (stuffy nose,  sneezing, mild cough)


Your child may attend school if he/she is fever free for 24 hours and is able to participate in school activities.



If the cough is persistent and irritating, it is disruptive to learning.



With discharge need to seek medical treatment, may return after 3 doses/24hours after treatment if prescribed.



Students should be kept home for 24 hours after the last episode of diarrhea without the use of medicine.



Students should stay home if temperature is 100.0 degrees or more. Keep home until fever-free for 24 hours without the use of medicine

 Fifth Disease


By the time the rash appears, children are no longer contagious and do not need to stay home.



Students may return to school 24 hours after treatment starts. Sores should be covered at school.



Students may come to school as long as area is being treated and is covered.

 Strep Throat


Students may return to school 24 hours or 3 doses after antibiotics have started and temperature is less than 100.0 degrees.



Students should be kept home for 24 hours after the last episode of vomiting associated with a gastrointestinal illness (without the use of medicine).

  Lice   -does not require a child to stay home from school.  We request children be treated at home and the nurse can assist with periodic checks to make sure the treatment was effective.  Additional resources for parents can be found at Lice Lessons

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15-B North Granby Road
Granby CT 06035
Fax: 860.844.6081
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