Clear Lake Health Room
THERE ARE IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS FOR OREGON STUDENTS TO STAY IN SCHOOL. BE SURE YOUR CHILD IS NOT EXCLUDED FROM SCHOOL ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19th 2020 FOR LACK OF IMMUNIZATIONS.
YOUR CHILD CAN RECEIVE THESE IMMUNIZATIONS
AT THE BETHEL HEALTH CENTER! PLEASE CALL FOR
AN APPOINTMENT, NO WALK-IN’S.
WHERE: BETHEL HEALTH CENTER
1525 ECHO HOLLOW RD, SUITE A
WHO: All BETHEL STUDENTS MAY RECEIVE NEEDED VACCINES INCLUDING THOSE WITH NO INSURANCE. MOST INSURANCES ARE ACCEPTED.
COST: PAYMENT BASED ON INCOME LEVEL AND INSURANCE STATUS. CHECKS, CASH AND CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED
PLEASE BRING YOUR CHILD’S IMMUNIZATION RECORDS WITH YOU
Head Lice Information
Steps for Safe Use of treatment – Follow these steps to use any head lice treatment safely and appropriately.
- After rinsing the product from the hair and scalp, use a fine-toothed comb or special “nit comb” to remove dead lice and nits.
- Apply the product only to the scalp and the hair attached to the scalp-not to other body hair.
- Before treating young children, talk with the child’s doctor or your pharmacist for recommended treatments based on a child’s age and weight.
- Use medication exactly as directed on the label and never more often than directed unless advised by your health care professional.
- Use treatments on children only under the direct supervision of an adult.
- Teach your children to avoid head-to-head contact during play and other activities at home, school, and elsewhere (sports activities, playgrounds, slumber parties, and camps).
- Teach your child to not share clothing and supplies, such as hats, carves, helmets, sports uniforms, towels, combs, brushes, bandanas, hair ties and headphones.
- Disinfest combs and brushes used by a person with head lice by soaking them in hot water (at least 130°F) for 5-10 minutes.
- Do not lie on beds, couches, pillows, carpets, or stuffed animals that have recently been in contact with a person with head lice.
- Clean items that have been in contact with the head of a person with lice in the 48 hours before treatment. Machine wash and dry clothing, bed linens, and other items using hot water (130°F) and a high heat drying cycle. Clothing and items that are not washable can be dry-cleaned or sealed in a plastic bag and stored for two weeks.
- Vacuum the floor and furniture, particularly where the person with lice sat or lay. Head lice survive less than one or two days if they fall off the scalp and cannot feed.
- Do not use insecticide sprays or fogs; they are not necessary to control head lice and can be toxic if inhaled or absorbed through the skin.
- After finishing treatment with lice medication, check everyone in your family for lice after one week. If live lice are found, contact your health care professional.
Check list for cleaning:
Wash bath towels, coats, washable rugs, hats, scarves, sheets, blankets and pillow cases
Sanitize brushes, combs, nit combs, barrettes and other hair holders
Vacuum car seats, chairs, couches, pillows from couch or bed, bed mattresses
Remember to comb and pick nits twice a day for two weeks, even if you don’t see nits!!
- Use plenty of soap and water
- Scrub vigorously wrists, tops of hands, between fingers, under and around rings, palms, and fingernails for 30 seconds
- Rinse well
- Turn off the faucet with a paper towel so clean hands stay clean
It is the soap and rubbing action that helps dislodge and remove germs. Drying helps remove germs that may be left after rinsing.
It is important to wash hands:
- Before, during and after preparing food;
- Before eating;
- After using the bathroom or assisting another person in the bathroom;
- After handling animals or animal waste;
- When hands are dirty;
- After recess or gym; and
- After blowing nose, coughing, or sneezing. (Yes! Even if you use a tissue!)
Exclusion day is Wednesday, February 19th, 2020 for overdue immunizations.
We have started the process of gathering immunization information so we don’t have any students excluded from attending school in February.
Parents please provide us with any immunization updates students have, including month & year of chickenpox disease. Any updates can be given or faxed to the front office or your Health Room Assistant.
The Bethel Health Center is a full service medical clinic located at 1525 Echo Hollow Rd Suite A (Cascade Middle School) Open Mon-Thurs, following the school calendar during the school year.
Call for appointment 541-607-1430 Website: http://blogs.bethel.k12.or.us/bshc/
A dentist will be at the Bethel Health Center to provide…….
FREE Dental Care January 10th and 24th!
FRIDAY DENTAL DAYS
is brought to us by White Bird Dental Clinic
All Bethel students are eligible regardless of ability to pay.
To take advantage of this convenient and great service, forms are available at the schools and at Bethel Health Center.
Fill out the form, and return it to your Health Assistant in the front office and you will receive a call to schedule the appointment. You can also call the Bethel Health Center for an appointment, 541-607-1430.
If you have health insurance, please bring your insurance card to the appointment.
If the hygienist noticed possible dental need at a school screening, you will also receive a phone call offering help to get care.
Call White Bird Dental and mention the Bethel Friday clinics at 541-344-8302
Bethel Health Center is located inside Cascade Middle School. The entrance is on the north side of the building. Look for the plants. 1525 Echo Hollow Rd Suite A
Click on link for application (English): Whitebird Dental Permission Form- Eng
Click on link for application (Spanish): Whitebird Dental Permission Form- Span