Health Services

 Nurse Hannah Duran
RES School Nurse
706-265-6544 Ext. 1123


Hi! My name is Hannah Duran! This will be my first year at Robinson! I graduated from Brenau University with a Bachelors in Nursing. I live here in Dawsonville with my husband, Nick. We have two boys, Luke and Hayden, and a Daschund, Hank. In our spare time, we love to spend time outside and go to the park. I can't wait to have a fantastic year! 

District Nurse:  Vikki Brannon

School Nurse/Health Services

The School Nurse’s Office is located on the Media Center Hall. Each day a School Nurse is present beginning at 8:00 a.m. The School Nurse is a Registered Nurse. The School Nurse’s Office has facilities for students who become ill, need first aid, daily medication administration or require acute medical assistance.

Robinson Elementary School Nurse's services may include:

Management of student health/medical issues
Medication administration and training
Hearing and Vision Screening
Case Management, including Individualized Healthcare Plans for students with significant health problems (diabetes, seizures, asthma, severe allergies)
First aid and emergency care, including Student Injury Reports
Health and Safety Programming
Health Education: individual and group

Parent information

Students who are too ill to continue classroom activities will report to the Nurses Office with a pass from their teacher. The student’s parent/guardian will be notified of the situation and will be expected to make appropriate arrangements for the student to leave campus. It is critical that all emergency numbers be kept up-to-date in the event of student illness or emergency. 

Injuries: A Student Injury Report must be completed by staff at the time of injury and processed by the School Nurse. Forms are available in the School Nurse’s Office and the main office.

Students must be signed in and out in the Main Office before leaving campus in case of injury or illness.

Students who are ill are encouraged to stay home. Students experiencing a fever (without medication) and/or any infectious symptoms such as vomiting/diarrhea are asked to stay home until they are symptom-free for at least 24 hours.School Nurse 

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Is my child too ill to attend school?

Parents are often confronted with this decision when their child complains of not feeling well. The guidelines shown on the inside of this brochure may be helpful. It will not cover every medical condition and does not take the place of seeking medical attention. Please consult your doctor for specific medical advice.

Fever - 100 degrees or higher - A fever is a sign of illness. A child with a temperature of 100 degrees or higher should not attend school. The child should be free of fever for 24 hours before returning to school.

Sore Throat/Colds/Cough - Minor cold symptoms are common and usually don't interfere with school attendance. A persistent, frequent cough and/or constant nasal drainage may affect your child's performance at school, and he/she may be more comfortable at home.

Rash - A rash may cover the entire body or only one area. A child that has a rash that is draining, has open areas or is causing the child to itch excessively should not attend school. A rash accompanied with other symptoms such as: a fever, sore throat, irritability, vomiting, etc. should not attend school.

Vomiting/Diarrhea - A child who has vomited should wait 24 hours and be able to retain solid foods before returning to school. A child who is having frequent diarrhea stools should not attend school. If there is cramping/abdominal pain with diarrhea, the student may be more comfortable at home.

Food Allergies 
Bee sting allergies

Epi-pen form

Students may keep in their possession certain medications, such as prescription inhalers and epi-pens when the need for such medication is urgent and a delay could result in a serious health event. This is permitted, provided it is cleared through the clinic in advance, with a form on file with both a parent's and physician’s signatures.

Food Allergy Network


Guidance From District 2 Public Health

     Distrito 2 de Salud Publica (Spanish Version)

For additional information about Influenza:


Included here are resources on Staph Infections and MRSA.

Please inform the school if your student has a staph or other infectious skin infections so we can monitor for outbreaks and ensure student health and safety.

A Parent’s Guide to MRSA in California

MRSA For Athletes

Please contact School Nurse Dvora Citron for any questions or concerns.


CDC Links for Parents

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