Nurse Office

The Health Office is staffed each day from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm.  

School nurse responsibilities include first aid, school record and immunization review, medication administration, vision and hearing screenings, development and implementation of Individual Health Plans and all Board policies pertaining to health and wellness.

The school nurse is the Medical Response Team coordinator, member of the Leadership, Multi Tiered System Support (MTSS), and Crisis Response Teams and serves as the health liaison between school, home, and community.

What to do if your student is exposed to Covid:

Health Forms

Documentation is due by the FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL


All students are required by the State of Maine to present a certificate of immunization or evidence of  immunity for attendance at school.

Students that are not fully immunized
shall not be permitted to attend school unless one of the following conditions are met:

  •  The parents/guardians provide a Immunization Medical Exemption form  annually from a licensed healthcare provider (physician, nurse practitioner, or physician’s assistant) against one or more diseases that may be medically inadvisable or;
  •  IEP students covered by the Maine Immunization Law provide a signed IEP Immunization Exemption form annually from a licensed health care provider.

Safer Sex

              The Five Town CSD Board acknowledges the fact that some of the Camden Hills Regional High School students are sexually active.  In an effort to help prevent sexually transmitted infections (STI's) and unintended pregnancies, the Five Town CSD will provide students access to free condoms in the nurse's office and other appropriate locations, in conjunction with written information on condom use, sexual readiness and STI's.

  Parents as Sex Educators (from Advocates for Youth)

          When parents talk to and affirm the value of their children, young people are more likely to develop positive, healthy attitudes about themselves.  This is also true when the subject is sex.  Research shows that positive communication between parents and their children can help young people establish individual value and make healthy decisions.                                                                                                                                                                                            

           The following are topics are from the Advocates for Youth website: