BHS Health Office

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Questions or concerns can be directed to the health office at Boonville High School at 897-4701.

Freshman Orientation Letter

Welcome to Boonville High School from the Health Office. The health office is staffed everyday. Our goal is to keep your student healthy and in school. If your student has a medical condition, please let the health office know so we can document it.

Medication sheets are available upon request in the office. Please fill out the form and your student can return it with the medication on the first day of school. There are no stock medications in the school so if your student is prone to headaches, etc. and needs Tylenol or Advil or other over the counter medication, please send in advance. All medication must be in the original container with the student�s name on the bottle. If it is a prescription medication, the label must match the way it is to be administered at school. Students can deliver their medication to the health office but must have a signed request from the parent or guardian to take meds back home. To prevent any problems, all meds should be kept in the health office. This means students are not allowed to carry any medication in the halls. No meds can be given unless there is a written consent from the parent or guardian.

Ill students must go to the nurse and have the nurse contact their parent regarding any need to leave school. The school nurse or office personnel must speak directly with the parent/guardian in order to write a pass enabling the student to leave the building without being considered unexcused or truant. This is very important. Please discourage your student texting or using their cell phone to call as this will result in a demerit for the student.

Please feel free to call the office at any time during the school day or email me at if you have any questions or concerns. Please let us know how we can help your student enjoy the school year.


Brenda Hachmeister R.N. School Nurse