Health and Medical

Medications at School

A few Over the Counter remedies and medications are kept on hand at Emmanuel-Faith for students. Tums, Calamine Lotion, Hydrocortisone (anti-itch) cream, and a generic Antibiotic Ointment. These will be given to students who come to the office with upset stomachs, itches and scrapes, etc.​

The school also has a small supply of Ibuprofen (Advil) and Acetaminophen (Tylenol) on hand. These can only be given to students with a signed permission slip on file. (Filled out during online enrollment).

Sometimes it is necessary for a student to take other medications during school hours. Please read and fill out the form below.

Physicals & Immunizations

The State of Nebraska Requires that all incoming students starting school for the first time or transferring from out of state provide a physical, vision and dental exam to be kept on file in the school office. All 7th Graders must also have a physical exam. You may use the form your doctor's office provides or the one below.

Immunizations records are also required for Kindergarten and 7th Grade Students. A list of required immunizations and information about accepted exemptions can be found at the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services.

Severe Allergies and Asthma at School

The safety and health of each student is important to us! If your child carries an inhaler, an EpiPen or other similar medical equipment at school or has a life-threatening allergy (anaphylaxis), we ask that the following forms be reviewed and filled out each year.  There is a space for your child's Physician to sign so make sure that you take it with you to your yearly check ups!