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Burlington High School Nurses


Maureen Webb, RN, BSN, MEd,     Monday-Friday, mwebb@bsdvt.org
Jessica Valin, RN, BSN
                   Wednesday-Friday, jvalin@bsdvt.org

JoAnne Limanek, RN                      Monday & Tuesday, jlimanek@bsdvt.org




Phone: 864-8586 || Fax:864-2167


The Burlington High School Health Office is open from 7:30am-3:15pm every school day. Our staff of skilled school nurses are available to administer medications, provide routine hearing and vision screenings, respond to emergencies as well as the everyday aches and pains of the students. In addition, we can help set up doctor/dental appointments, work through insurance enrollments, and generally assist in navigating the health care system.

Any student with a special health condition such as Asthma, Diabetes, Seizures, Cystic Fibrosis or Severe Allergies to foods or bee stings needs to have a special health plan on file (see link below).

Students requiring prescription medications during the school day need to have a medication permission form on file and signed by both the parent/guardian and the physician (see link below) indicating the medication, the dosage and any special instructions regarding administration. Both the special health plans and medication permission forms need to be updated every year.

We also need to have emergency forms on file for every student (see link below). These forms provide the health office with important information regarding health insurance, emergency contacts as well as the administration of Ibuprofen (Advil) and Acetominophen (Tylenol) to students during the school day. This form needs to be updated and submitted every year.


Dental Program/Tooth Tutor Program

Diane Polson, RDHdpolson@bsdvt.org
316-0378,  864-8586
The goal of this program is to make sure all students have access to a dentist and are seen at least once a year.  All Burlington School District students, or siblings of students, who are enrolled in Medicaid (Dr. Dinosaur) or are low-income and uninsured and have not been seen in the last year are welcome at CHCB's Dental Center.  
It's easy, just fill out a registration form (one for each child), sign it, and send it back to our Dental Hygienist or School Nurse.  CHC will then contact you with an appointment.  Once your child is signed up, the school and CHC will take care of everything else.  Transportation is provided by SSTA.  They will pick-up your child at school, bring them to their appointment and safely return them back to school after their appointment is complete.
Parents are welcome to attend their child's appointment.
For more information contact Diane Polson, our Dental Hygienist, or one of our school nurses.  To register your child, please use the form listed below under "Files".



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